Salle des vertus
Puyloubier - Cultural place
Show venue in Le Puyloubier that was expanded and restored in 2010.
Open-air shows staged in the presbytery garden.
Open-air theatre seats 350.
- Accessible for disabled
Information provided by OT Aix en Provence
Esplanade Des Vertus
- 04 42 66 34 45
04 42 66 34 46
Where to stay
La Bastide de Richeaume
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…
Les Grands Chênes
In an exceptional environment, in the countryside, the gite of the Great Oaks is a completely independent house on 1.2 not enclosed hectares of land. Views on the mountain Ste Victoire. On the ground floor : large 80m² living room with high ceiling, kitchen (fridge/freezer, stove with…
Things to do
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…
Domaine de Mauvan
The Domaine de Mauvan extends over about 150 hectares in the municipality of Puyloubier, alongside Route Nationale 7. On the last southern foothills of Montagne Sainte-Victoire, the Domaine is midway between Aix-en-Provence and Saint-Maximin. The Domaine currently has 26 hectares of vineyards…
Domaine le Loup Bleu
Located between the Sainte Victoire Mountain to the north and the Aurelian Mountains to the south, in an unspoiled nature, the Loup Bleu domain in Pyuloubier draws its name from the Podium Luperium Mountain, "la colline des loups" (the hill of wolves) and from this magic moment suspended at the…
Domaine des Diables
At the foot of Sainte-Victoire mountain, this winery has been open since 1979, and today has a great reputation through its brand "MIP " ("Made In Provence"). A winner of the Excellence Award at the general agricultural competition every year since 2001, the wine produced here has nothing left to…
Behind Sainte Victoire mountain, at an altitude of 600m, La Sinne observatory enjoys an exceptional setting, ideal for astronomy. Discover our cupola and the large Schmidt-Cassegrain 355-mm telescope as well as other instruments for visual observation. Practical astronomy for members. Monthly…
The uniform of the French Foreign Legion museum
The museum shows the history and development of the uniform of the French Foreign Legion from 1831 to the present day. It contains 100 models, more than 150 uniforms, ephemera, approximately 250 weapons and a wide variety of souvenirs. The museum was opened in 1990.
Situated in Puyloubier, at the foot of Sainte Victoire mountain, the estate was created in 1978 by Michel Fabre. It covers 40 hectares and has an efficient modern winery. Since 2005 his children have joined the estate after studying winegrowing, winemaking and marketing of wine, and work…
Les vignerons du Mont Sainte Victoire
In the foothills of the Sainte-Victoire, among pine trees and olive groves ... Around six hundred years ago, Rene Roy, the emblematic figure of the Provencal history, said he would drink no other wine but the Puyloubier rosé. A favor certainly related to the quality terroir of which today's…
Where to eat
Le Relais de Saint Ser
Ah, the delights of the country! Stressed-out city-dwellers will adore this new auberge, tucked away in splendid surroundings at the foot of Sainte Victoire mountain. The young owners have truly breathed life back into this establishment, featuring 9 rooms and a restaurant serving deliciously…
Art de vivre
The accent: our identity
The history of cinema in Provence dates back many years. And similarly to the region's artistic hall of fame, it was inspired by light...
As you may know, the very first moving picture was screened by the Lumière brothers ('Lumière' meaning 'light') on September 21st, 1895 in La Ciotat.
According to Marcel Pagnol, "if we only judged things by appearances, nobody would ever have wanted to eat a sea urchin"
Provence… the perfect place to relax and chill out