Auberge Les Olivades
Mallemort - Table 13
Set at the foot of the hilltop village of Mallemort, this Provencal house was bought up in 2007 by Chef Cyril Biau, who trained with Alain Llorca and Roger Verger at the "Moulin de Mougins". His cuisine evolves with the seasons as does the garden, which offers magnificent vistas over the Luberon.
- Accessible for disabled
- Private parking
- Open air swimming pool
Information provided by OT Mallemort
Quartier le Petit Paris
- 04 90 57 41 31
04 90 59 10 61
Where to stay
Pleasant small independent gite at the groundfloor, on a beautiful enclosed property of 3700 sq.m. in the countryside, at the gates of the Alpilles, between Avignon and Aix en Provence. Ground-floor : equipped kitchen, microwave, washing-machine, dishwasher, Comfortable living-room/dining-room…
Gite adjoining two other gites situated on a farming concern. Farm camping and sale of products grown on site. Enclosed and secured shared swimming-pool (10m x 5m, from 10.00am to 8.00pm, from the 15th of june to the 15th of september). Groundfloor : kitchen/dining-room with fireplace (wood :…
Things to do
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Where to eat
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