L'ami de pain
Noves - Producer
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.
- Accessible for disabled
- Public car park
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
Boulangerie Maison Gaillardet
Paluds de Noves
50 avenue François Marcel Roudier
- 04 90 95 05 52
Where to stay
In the countryside 1.5 km from the village, detached villa located in the quiet on a green ground, fully enclosed, not overlooked, pool 8 x 4, boules pitch, table and stone bench for an aperitif under the pine. Terrace shaded by vines, barbecue. Possibility 3ch with 1 bath or 4ch with 1sdb and 1…
Gite situated in a quiet countryside, adjoining the owners'home. Groundfloor : kitchen. Living-room. Shower-room. Toilet. First floor : 1 bedroom (1 double bed and a child bed). 1 bedroom (2 single beds). Electric heat included. TV. Small terrace with garden furniture. Barbecue. Large open…
Le Val De Provence
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La Maison à Côté
Ideally located between Avignon and the Alpilles, La Maison A Côté is a family house for 6 people, adjoining the owners' house by the garage but totally independent of them and without vis-à-vis, with private garden. On the ground floor, the gite is composed of: - Living room with dining area…
Gîte du Grand Mas
Entre Alpilles et Lubéron, à 23 kms d'Avignon en pleine campagne, gîte indépendant sur terrain entièrement clos (1400 m²), dont le charme réside notamment dans sa belle terrasse ombragée par de vénérables platanes et sa piscine privative clôturée (7,8 m x 3,5 - accessible du 01/05 au…
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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…
Village de Noves
This small village on the Durance Plain was fortified in the 14th century and is bursting with character. In this village, the home of Laura de Noves whom Petrarque sang about in his 'Canzionere', visitors can admire the Romanesque Saint Baudile church, the 12th and 14th century ramparts, Notre…
Where to eat
LE PRE GOURMAND
Le Pré Gourmand is a huge contemporary restaurant which opens onto the meadow. A discreet, efficient place ideal for having a break. Patrick Léonce's cuisine is creative, colourful and full of emotion and contrasts, but it remains authentic, highlighting each of the regional products used. What…
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…
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…
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