Spread over 10 hectares, “Le Mas de Bagnol “ is made up of old farm buildings and a XIXth century silk spinning mill. Vines and olive trees have replaced the former mulberry plantations in which you can freely wander around and follow the cycle of the vines.
The two gites are side by side each with their own entrance. The original building has been renovated to enable the use of the 2 gites independantly or as one large one for family get togethers, get aways with friends or business seminars, perfect for a peaceful break in an authentic, friendly environment.
Horse riders with their horses are more than welcome, there is a comfortable tackle room with a safe enclosure, shelter and unlimited complimentary hay.
|Address: 681 route de Coustellet, 84660 Maubec, France|
|Zip/Postal Code: 84660|
| Latitude/Longitude: 43.84826899999999 / 5.143193999999994|
|Nearest airport||AVIGNON||25 km|
|Nearest market||SUPER U COUSTELLET||4 km|
|Nearest train station||AVIGNON TGV||40 km|
Coming to Maubec «Le Mas de Bagnol»
By the road
• Coming from the North, motorway A7 : exit Avignon Sud
Direction Apt on the D900 until Coustellet.
At the traffic light in Coustellet, turn right direction Maubec
• Coming from the South, motorway A7 : exit Cavaillon
Direction Apt on the D2 until Robion then D29 direction Maubec
Take D144 direction Ménerbes, Oppède le Vieux to get to Maubec center
Le Mas de Bagnol is on your right : 3 big plane trees and a sign PRIVATE ROAD indicate the entrance, follow the sandy path through rows of vines.
Avignon airport : 25 km, Marseille Marignane airport : 70 km.
Avignon TGV train : 40 km (Paris 2h40), Brussels, Geneva, Barcelona, Nice and Marseille.
Have you already thought about your next trip to the Luberon ?
Feeling active : bike, mountain or electric bike (Calavon cycle path nearby),
the ascent of Mont Ventoux will rise to the challenge of the most athletic,
Via ferrata, canoeing, treetop adventure parks, rambling ......
Feeling gourmet : visit the vine yards, wine cellars and oil mills. Talk to the producers, passionate about their work and taste their products, wine and freshly pressed oïl. Let the chefs in the local restaurants tickle your taste buds ... Discover a colourful array of local products, fruit and veg, cheese, fruit juice, wine, honey, olive oïl at the Farmer,s Market on Sunday mornings from April to October in Coustellet ... Local shops and restaurants are just a 15min walk away …
Feeling curious : Discover varied and original visits and exhibitions ( the lavender museum, the corkscrew museum, the home of the truffle at Ménerbes, the Colorado Provençal at Roussillon, the Carrières de Lumières ( world famous multi-medie shows projected onto the rocks) at Baux de Provence, the village of Bories with it's Bronze Age habitations in Gordes, the Abbeye of Sénanque)
Avignon with it's rich, cultural heritage and summer music and drama festivals is only 30 mins away.
Go deeper into Provence to discover it's traditional, authentic, wild side, fields of lavendar, tiny perched villages such as Gordes, Lacoste, Roussillon,sBonnieux or the Isle de la Sorgue famous for it's antique markets. The Fontaine de Vaucluse with it's miraculous source, the Alpilles villages, les Baux and St Remy de Provence ...) www.luberoncoeurdeprovence.com
Fancy relaxing : Yes, you can rest and do no more than sunbathe near the pond, play petanque in the shade of the plane trees. Take the time in these magical surroundings to watch the sun set over the Luberon with a glass of chilled rosé wine …
We recommend our Cuvée Alidon, AOP Lubéron, sold at the Coustellet winery