The commercial of John
Noves - B&B - from 50€ €
Haven of peace in the countryside to relax and live in the rhythm of nature. Good location for visiting Provence. Garden Spades - fuck, big meadow to play. You have a special diet, do not hesitate to tell me.
- Pets allowed
- Private parking, Garage Bike
- Internet access
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
Mme Gisèle FILIOL
- 04 90 90 26 89
Where to stay
Pretty gite in the countryside near the touristic destinations of the Alpilles. Adjoining the gite G297 and the owners' house, but not overlooked. Functional and convivial fit-out, opening generously on the beautiful garden. Goundlevel gite : kitchen/living-room (sofa bed for 1 person) with a…
Gite in the countryside, quiet area, in a Provencal farmhouse, on a property of 8 ha, near the Alpilles. 2 other gites 13G311/13G310. Possibilities of rambling, bicycle and mountain-bike tours on flat ground or hills. At the groundfloor : Kitchen (microwave, washing-machine,…
Between the Alpilles and the Luberon, beautiful luminous gite, adjoining the gites G384 and G273. Guaranteed peacefulness at 3 mn of the village, on a property of 5 ha. Shared yard of 5000 sq.m. Groundfloor (air-conditioned) : kitchen/dining area. Microwave. Dishwasher. Washing-machine.…
Le Mas du Gui - Maison de Famille
Le Mas de Gui est composé de 3 gîtes confortables et modernes à 2km du centre dans un environnement calme. 'La Maison de Famille" de 30m2 plus mezzanine, avec chambre coin salon et cuisine et salle de douche à l'italienne. Belle terrasse avec table et chaises pour chaque gîte. Barbecue…
Au Jardin Du Papet
Large villa located in a 5 ha market gardener farm, overlooking the Alpilles. At your disposal, 2 nice bedrooms upstairs with private bathrooms. Each room has a balcony of 9 sqm with deckchairs. An independent w. c to share. terrace on the ground floor of 80 m² with garden furniture and…
Things to do
Musée Jean Moulin de Saint Andiol
-A dive unique in the life of Jean Moulin - in a historic building, once municipal school where Jean Moulin was student - the discovery of his Provencal roots - more than 200 m² of exhibition - 200 rare photos, archives, objects of era and films - videos teaching - Reconstitution with sound and…
L'ami de pain
M. et Mme Gaillardet font partager leur passion pour la boulange et la pâtisserie à leurs clients. En plus de divers gourmandises, la spécialité de la maison est la Tropézienne. Ils ont d'ailleurs été récompensés en 2016 par la Chambre des Métiers et de l'Artisanat de la région PACA.
L'atelier de Cédric Mataix est un lieu de création, de recherche et de diversité. La vaisselle de grès à vivre au quotidien côtoie des pièces décoratives inspirées par la nature, où terres craquelées et émaux se mêlent et s'enrichissent. Il réalise aussi des pièces uniques en…
Where to eat
La Maison - Domaine de Bournissac
Set between the Alpilles and Luberon, with fabulous views over Mont Ventoux, this sober, monastic-style building dates back to the 14th century. Its sweet-scented gardens, romantic terraces and cosy lounges are an invitation to happiness. Star-rated chef Christian Peyre's inspired and gracious…
LE PRE GOURMAND
It was quite a challenge setting up in the middle of a field! But Christine Fare and Patrick Léonce did it, transforming the ancient family-owned sheepfold into a contemporary-style restaurant set under a cedar timber frame. Christine Fare takes care of the service while Patrick Léonce works…
Mas dou Capoun
The restaurant side Capoun Mas, it is a family history. Side kitchen, the chef is Michael and side room it is Michele.Both offer refined cuisine of French inspiration, where local products have the beautiful part, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.The beautiful season, you will have lunch or…
Provence is more than a simple destination, it's a whole way of life!
Francis lived happily close beside his tree...
Picked ripe from the tree, figs are simply to die for. They can also be scattered on trays and left to dry in the sun for 3 days: "That's the best way to keep your figs all winter – we serve figs at Christmas as one of Provence's famous 13 Desserts," smiles Jacqueline Honoré.
A gourmet treat…
Provence has been famed for its candied fruit from time immemorial. In the early 16th century, the region was fairly impoverished. Fruit grew here in abundance, but much of it was lost every year.
Can anyone resist an almond? Everyone raves about these little nuggets of happiness you can savour every which way – fresh, dried, whole, grilled, sliced, ground or made into a cream or milk!