Hotel 4 stars in Lourmarin - Provence - 35 minutes of Aix-en-Provence - Luberon
Lourmarin, Safe Haven in Provence
Discover the Luberon, Lourmarin, ranked among the most beautiful villages in France. The center, located just 200 meters from Hotel Bastide, immerses you in a typical Provencal atmosphere with its narrow streets full of charm, fountains and medieval houses and historical buildings that you must visit, including the castle of Lourmarin, built in XVsupthsup century, listed building or the mill without wings.
The village has, by its beauty and charm, seduce writers, including Albert Camus who lived in Lourmarin and are buried there.
See you every Friday at the village market to enjoy the products of local producers: pleasure and guaranteed buds!
Around the city, do not hesitate to take the hiking trails, to admire the landscapes that are available to you: vineyards, olive groves, mountains, hilltop villages and ocher quarries. Provences deploys its natural beauty and its mosaic of landscapes to the delight of visitors.
Less than 20 km away from the hotel Bastide, the town of Pertuis has a large number of listed buildings. It is worth a look for the beauty of its surrounding landscape, along the Durance and at the heart of Provence, but also for its charm that can be enjoyed during a walk in the center.
Here, food lovers will be delighted: olive oil, wine, asparagus, Sisteron lamb, honey and goat cheese ... The gastronomic heritage is important and epicurean delight!
Aix-en-Provence and la Sainte-Victoire
A thirty kilometers from Lourmarin, you will visit the charming city of Aix-en-Provence, so dear to the heart of Cezanne who painted so many times the mountain of Sainte-Victoire, standing proudly at the gates of the city.
A walk on the Cour Mirabeau, main avenue of the city, is a must. Continue your exploration of Aix-en-Provence in the quiet, narrow streets of Provence. Finally you admire the many fountains that stand in the streets of the city. Art lovers and history will enjoy visiting the Cezanne's museum, workshop and home of the painter, which tells the story of his life and his work.