Museum of the school from 1950 to 1970
Noves - Cultural place
This museum reproduced in the typical old school classes from the period between 1950 and 1970. Furniture, decorations, offices, everything is there to get back to childhood.
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
Musée de l'école de 1950 à 1970
Avenue De la République
- 04 90 95 01 81
Where to stay
Le Val De Provence
Au sein d'une propriété de 1 800 m² plantée de cyprès, d'oliviers et de lauriers, entre Alpilles et Luberon, le Mas des Cyprès est situé au coeur de la Provence. Proche de Saint-Remy de Provence et d'Avignon la situation est idéale pour visiter la région : Avignon, son palais des papes…
Mas De Mauche
In the Massif of the Alpilles, on a renovated and refurbished farm, very nice house/loft for 2 to 4 persons, adjoining to the housing of the owners.On the ground floor, beautiful main room with furniture of high quality, comfortable eating area, kitchen (dishwasher, oven, microwave, hob), lounge…
In the countryside but only 1 km from downtown Eyragues, pretty independent duplex for 2 persons. Another gite and the house of the owners on the same site. Very nice view on the landscape from the property, view on the hillock to the West and the Palace of the Popes in the Northwest.Access to…
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,…
Le nid de la Huppe
"Le Nid de la Huppe vous propose un logement de charme pour deux ( ou trois ) personnes doté de tout le confort souhaité dans une ambiance bohème-chic ! Du jardin , planté d'essences méditerranéennes , à la terrasse à l'ombre du figuier et à quelques pas de la piscine , vous serez…
Le Clos du curé
Gite adjoining another rental. Secure communal swimming pool accessible from 1/05 to 30/09. Beautiful shaded terrace with garden furniture. Children's games, ping pong table, bicycles,... large living room, American kitchen. Beautiful volumes and high quality materials. Sheets and linen on request.
Things to do
Musée Jean Moulin de Saint Andiol
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Where to eat
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…
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…
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