The smell of lavender, thyme and rosemary. The old villages. The picturesque squares. In the reception you will find a lot of information about the area.

Some of our guests have been coming for 30 years. And still they discover new places.

And then, suddenly, we get a few tips about cycling routes, running possibilities. Or someone sends us beautiful photos of the countryside.

Enough to enjoy. Just a few ideas…

Villages and Cities

The Provence. An ancient region, with a lot of history, many picturesque villages. Too much to mention here. You can come here for years and discover new things every time. Every day there is a market somewhere, an overview is on the information board.


Hiking. We regularly organise clothed hikes outside the grounds for both experienced and inexperienced hikers. You can walk naked on the entire grounds. More information in the reception.
Cycling. For the less trained cyclists, with a traditional bike, there are a limited number of cycling routes available in the area. If you have an electric bike or racing bike with you, the possibilities are endless. Many cyclists go crazy: there is a lot of climbing to do. And why not, alone or with a group, climb the Mont Ventoux? Or cycle as training from Cereste to Vitrolles-en-Luberon?
Of course, you can also cycle the signposted route “Autour du Luberon au Vélo” partially or completely.
Electric bikes can be hired in Manosque and Forcalquier.

Running. Lovely. If it is not too warm yet, put on your running shoes and go for a nice run. Afterwards take a shower and relax in the swimming pool.

Swimming. The swimming pool is our biggest attraction. We often see guests swimming early in the morning.

Fitness. There are a number of fitness machines available, in the shade


The Provence….

Purple-blue lavender fields with their characteristic scent. The piercing sound of crickets. Rolling vineyards. The springs of Fontaine de Vaucluse. Rousillon and Colorado de Rustrel with the bright red, orange and yellow rocks. The Gorges du Verdon. Poppies. The caves of Gordes. The Parc Naturel Régional du Luberon.