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Activities and leisure

From the Mas, you can enjoy great walks or bicycle rides in the magnificent massif of the Alpilles.
Horse riders will have a choice among several horse riding centers including the Académie d'Art
Equestre (equestrian art academy) of Maussane which organize rides in horse drawn carriages.

Golfers will also have variety of courses to choose from in the Baux de Provence area and the
golf course of Servanes. We have established a partnership, you will benefit of privileged rates
by reserving from us.
For gourmets, Provençal cuisine lessons are available with the Jean Martin house in Maussane.
Chefs of the area regularly offer classes and tastings.


 

Tourism in the Provence

Les Baux de Provence

Rocks carved by time and the ruins of ancient citadel give this balcony of the Alpilles the magic that
deserves it to be considered one of France's the most beautiful villages. You will be seized by the
beauty of the landscapes and colors at any time of day.
Do not leave Baux de Provence without visiting the Carrières de Lumières which was used as the setting
of Jean Cocteau's “Testament of Orpheus. In the gigantic underground room, the immaculate
limestone walls serve as a screen for projections creating an entire visual and musical universe for
visitors to dive in. In 2006, on the occasion of the centennial of the death of Paul Cézanne,
the cathedral will host a show dedicated to the works of the painter.

Saint Rémy de Provence

A typical Provençal town with its plane trees, narrow streets and old center and shops.
St. Rémy was the native town of Nostradamus. Vincent Van Gogh once had a studio at the
St. Paul de Mausole hospice. 
A visit to the Antiques and to Glanum will take you back
the Roman past of the area.

Arles

The largest municipality in France, this antique and Romanesque city has a unique architectural heritage.
Arles is the French city with the largest number of Roman monuments after Rome.
It has seven monuments on UNESCO's World heritage list (the antique theater, the bullring, the baths of Constantine, St. Trophism church, the Alyscamps...)

Avignon

From the Avignon bridge or rather the Saint Bénézet bridge, reach the Palais des Papes by way
of the Place de l'Horloge and its many café terraces. 
The Palais, a Gothic masterpiece, is
impressive both by its size and historical value. In July, the theater festival make Avignon
the world's most important stage.

Uzès

The seat of the first duchy of France whose rich feudal heritage is perfectly preserved, the city
of Uzès offers very enjoyable visits from the Tour Fenestrelle to the Place aux Herbes and its
'couverts'. In Anduze, a micro climate has allowed the development of the Bambouseraie,
a park planted with an extraordinary collection of bamboo varieties from all parts of the planet.

Le Pont du Gard

An illustration of the perfection of Roman architecture combining beauty and technical prowess,
the Pont du Gard is the most spectacular element of the Nîmes aqueduct.

La Camargue

A unique setting for walks, bicycle or horse rides in a vast natural park along the theme paths of the ornithological park to discover the wildlife of Camargue and its ponds. Lovers of the sea will find magnificent sand beaches in sPiémanson, Beauduc and Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer.

Le Luberon

Between the Alps and the Mediterranean, the Lubéron mountain range offers to discover the beautiful perched villages such as Bonnieux, Lacoste, Oppède le Vieux, Gordes and its “bories”, Roussillon, its quarries and Conservatoire des Ocres as well as superb Cistercian abbeys like Sénanque and Silvacane.