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Geneviève Puschiasis
Chemin de la Fontaine de Pié Caud



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Price per night:

price from €596






Description for B&B:

Garance is a spacious 35 m2 room that receives abundant morning sunlight, with a southern exposure offering a delightful view of the pool and garden. It features a cozy lounge area and a bathroom with a large walk-in shower and a private toilet.

Hellebore is a comfortable 35m2 room situated at the back of the Mas, offering a private terrace of 25m2 with stunning views of the Luberon. It includes a corner lounge and a bathroom painted in elegant pearl grey, complete with a spacious walk-in shower and a private toilet.

Pivoine is a charming room located on the garden level, boasting a size of 30 m2 and overlooking the lush garden and inviting pool. Its 15m2 terrace provides a cozy and private outdoor space, furnished with a table and chairs. The bathroom is adorned in blue waxed tadelakt and features an antique mirror, a spacious walk-in shower, and a private toilet.

Acanthe is a stunning master suite, measuring 45m2 and painted in warm and inviting colors inspired by the beauty of Provence. It offers a separate living room and a well-equipped kitchenette with a dining area. A 15m2 terrace invites you to relax and unwind in a tranquil setting.


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Directions to Rognes:

Rognes is a charming village located 22 km (13.67 miles) from Aix-en-Provence.

By Train:
The nearest high-speed train station (TGV) is located in Aix-en-Provence, 35 km (21.75 miles) away.

By Air:
The international Marseille Provence Airport is a 45-minute drive from Rognes.

By Car - Coming from the north or Northeastern part of France:
Take Highway A7-E15 and exit at Senas. Then, follow N7 towards Lambesc and turn left onto D15 until you reach Rognes.

By Car - Coming from the West:
Drive on Highway A9 until Nîmes, then take Highway A54. Exit at Salon de Provence and follow the direction of Pélissanne on D572 until Lambesc. From there, take D15 towards Rognes.

By Car - Coming from the Southeast:
Exit Highway A8 at Aix Ouest and head towards Avignon on N7. Continue on N7 until you reach Lignane (crossroad), then turn right onto D543 towards Rognes.

Welcome to Provence!



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 596 596 20 oui
(3 pers.)
2 100 110 20 oui


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  • Château La Coste: Located in Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade, just a short drive from Rognes, Château La Coste is a renowned vineyard and contemporary art center. Visitors can explore the beautiful gardens, vineyards, and sculptures while enjoying wine tasting and art exhibitions.
  • L'Occitane en Provence: Situated in Manosque, L'Occitane en Provence is a popular tourist attraction for those interested in the beauty and skincare brand. Visitors can take a guided tour to learn about the history of the company, its products, and enjoy a sensory experience.
  • Pont Royal Golf Course: Located in Mallemort, the Pont Royal Golf Course is a picturesque 18-hole course nestled in the heart of Provence. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy a round of golf surrounded by stunning landscapes, including olive groves and vineyards.
  • Luberon Natural Park: Situated to the east of Rognes, Luberon Natural Park is a protected area known for its breathtaking landscapes, charming villages, and diverse wildlife. Visitors can explore the park's hiking trails, cycle through picturesque countryside, and discover traditional Provençal villages.
  • Aix-en-Provence: Just a short drive from Rognes, Aix-en-Provence is a vibrant city renowned for its rich cultural heritage and charming streets. Visitors can explore the historic city center, admire the beautiful fountains, visit museums, and indulge in the local cuisine.
  • Les Baux-de-Provence: Located in the Alpilles mountains, Les Baux-de-Provence is a medieval village perched on a rocky outcrop. Visitors can wander through the narrow streets, visit the impressive Château des Baux, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Marseille: As the second-largest city in France, Marseille offers a wide range of attractions. Visitors can explore the historic Vieux-Port, visit iconic landmarks such as Notre-Dame de la Garde and the MuCEM museum, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of this coastal city.
  • Cassis: Situated on the Mediterranean coast, Cassis is a charming fishing village known for its picturesque harbor and stunning calanques (narrow inlets). Visitors can take boat tours to explore the beautiful calanques, relax on the beaches, and enjoy fresh seafood in the local restaurants.
  • Avignon: Located on the banks of the Rhône River, Avignon is famous for its well-preserved medieval walls and the Palais des Papes (Papal Palace). Visitors can explore the historic city center, visit the renowned Avignon Bridge, and immerse themselves in the city's rich history and culture. 10. Gorges du Verdon: About an hour's drive from Rognes, the Gorges du Verdon is a spectacular river canyon known as the "Grand Canyon of Europe." Visitors can enjoy scenic drives, hike along the rim of the canyon, and engage in various water activities such as kayaking and swimming. These tourist attractions near Chemin de la Fontaine de Pié Caud offer a diverse range of experiences, from exploring art and culture to enjoying natural beauty and outdoor activities.