Your dream vacation in the heart of famous Bedoin village, Provence. Stunning views of Mont Ventoux close to famous vineyards like Chateau-Neuf du Pape. Walk to village in 2 min to shopping & restaurants; secluded on large property 5000m2 estate. Located in the well-known scenic village of Bedoin, Provence.
This is a very relaxing large suite with huge terrace. Coffee station, fridge and dining area. We kept it simple yet elegant and functional. Unique little nooks around the place.
A perfect place to unwind, relax and enjoy life and reconnect with yourself. The space definitely has an atmosphere of calm and welcome. A good motto: come to be yourself and use it as your own.
It can also sleep up to 6. 1 king, 2 double beds.
Walking distance to shopping. Great hiking and biking trails. Sightseeing and well-known fine restaurants. 35 minutes from Avignon TGV.
House is on 3 easy access levels not stories but interesting levels which makes it very attractive and unique. There are views from all the bedrooms. It's truly a very special space.
You can walk to the village in 3-5 minutes to go shopping and lots of really good restaurants in the village itself. All walking distance through communal path or small road.
Bedoin has the largest mountain in the region. The famous Mont Ventoux where the Tour de France goes I'm not sure every year but it's a dreamland for cycling and nature lovers.
We redid the facade last year. White. We also have a couple plans for the property which stretches under an acre and has beautiful rock cliffs along it, all lit at night. You can hike all the way to the top and watch all around the village, Mont Ventoux and the country side. It's pretty stunning.
There are so many vineyards close by. Lakes and water holes. The ocean is about 1 hour away by car. We're 2 and a half hours from St. Tropez, Cannes and Nice or Italy a little further by freeway. (10 minutes).
Bedoin has the largest mountain in the region. The famous Mont Ventoux, Vaucluse is a cyclist’s paradise. No doubt about it, cycling through the Vaucluse is one of the very best ways to enjoy the contrasting landscapes, the winding country roads, and feel the life and beauty here. Mountain-biking trails abound in the hills and mountains in Vaucluse. Discover all the circuits: for exploring the Côtes du Rhône vineyards, the lavender fields and highlands in the Sault area, the range of hills known as the Dentelles de Montmirail, the Roman presence in Vaison-la-Romaine, the beautiful hilltop villages in the Luberon, the Sorgues area, the Nesque river canyons, …
Mount Ventoux is legendary as one of the most grueling climbs in the Tour de France. It is here that legendary British cyclist Tom Simpson collapsed and died from a lethal cocktail of amphetamines. It is also the one stage Lance Armstrong really wanted to win but never did. The mountain is the biggest in Provence.
There are so many vineyards close by. Lakes and water holes. The vineyards of the Vaucluse produce some prestigious wines, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas, Vacqueryas, Beaumes de Venise. While most of the wines are red, there are also some white wines, and sweet wines such as Rasteau and Beaume de Venise, which goes well with foie-gras or as an aperitif.
The rest are divided into three appellations, Cotes du Rhone, Cote du Ventoux, and Cote du Luberon. The vineyards are spread across a wide range of terroirs, in different soils, and on different facing slopes, producing rich and varied wines with an enormous profusion of aromas and bouquets.
It is thought that wine production dates back as far as the Greek founding of Massilia (now Marseilles) in 600 BC. Although Rome tried to curtail the production of wine here so as to favour exports of Italian goods throughout the empire, soldiers retiring from the legions undermined them by privately continuing to grow grapes in “provincia nostra”
The produce in the area is out of this world. Organic growers galore!
Hikes, easy walks and strolls: There are more than 4000 kilometres of hiking paths and trails crossing Mont Ventoux to the Luberon Hills. You will come across typical stone villages, with an inviting cool stream, or red ochre hills surrounded by ancient cypress trees, which characterise the region, and fertile plains perfumed with the scents of Provence.
Hiking on a donkeys back. Donkeys will guide you along the trails and paths in Provence, redolent of thyme and rosemary. Take your trail map, your picnic, and let yourself be guided by a gentle donkey. For four people who are offering this simplistic pleasure.
Horse riding: For experienced riders who want to ride through the countryside on their own there are immense possibilities on a wide network of marked trails.
Canoeing and Kayaking: Vaucluse is the home of beautiful waterways. The Sorgue River is an oasis of cool water on a hot summer day. Springing forth from Fontaine-de-Vaucluse.
Fishing: Come and discover fishing in the Vaucluse. 2, 900 km of riverbanks, quiet water rivers, home to white fish and their many predators. There are trout fishing rivers, with fast flowing cold water, flowing from Mont Ventoux, and the hills in the Vaucluse. 700 ha of lakes on 30 different sites throughout the Vaucluse, with carp, and white fish. Go fishing, to find all the guides and places.
Balloon over the beauty of Provence: Flights arranged through Provence Ballooning.
Paraglide from Le-Barroux.
Aviation and Gliding Clubs: There are many you can try – the outstanding geography in the Vaucluse offers magnificent sites for flying in any season.
Golf: Discover the great life style and wonderful landscapes whilst enjoying your favourite sport. A Golf Pass Provence is available at all the regional golf courses, offering 5 green fees and access to your choice of 5 regional golf courses, 3 of which are in the Vaucluse.
Choose from Provence County Club:
Monts de Vaucluse, Pays des Sorgues
Grand Avignon Golf Course, Vedene
Château Blanc Golf Club, Monieres les Avignon
Ski Resorts: Chalet Reynard Bedoin Mont Ventoux