La Bastide de Richeaume
Puyloubier - B&B - from 90€ €
At 18 kilometers from Aix-en-Provence, at the foot of Mont Sainte-Victoire, the Bastide de Richeaume overlooking the vineyards, land and moors from its park filled with pines, oaks and cypresses, offering a superb view.
Elizabeth Dumon welcomes you in her mansion’s three guestrooms and her two small independent houses.
- Private parking
- Open air swimming pool
Information provided by OT Aix en Provence
- 04 42 66 30 37
- 06 84 23 86 27
Where to stay
Mas Des Adrets
Detached house in the countryside at the end of a dirt track on foot of the Sainte Victoire Mountain (north face). On an unenclosed 1 ha property, ideal for lovers of nature out door activities. Upper ground floor: kitchen with fireplace opened on the covered terrace with stone barbecue (wood…
Things to do
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Domaine de Saint Ser
Located on the side of Sainte-Victoire mountain, at 400 metres in altitude, the Domaine de Saint Ser enjoys an exceptional location. A grape garden (19 varieties) and an olive garden (13 varieties) are a wonderful way to appreciate the rich resources of Provence. Every year, the Domaine…
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The uniform of the French Foreign Legion museum
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Where to eat
Relais de Saint Ser (Le)
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