Les Costebelles

Nearby



Gorge du Verdon



  • Moustier Sainte Marie
  • Sainte-Croix-du-Verdon

(Cayak, hiking...)

The Valensole plateau



Immense mer de galets roulés, le plateau de Valensole est le "grenier de la région". Reconnu comme l'un des plus vastes plateau de France, il se situe entre Durance et Asse, à proximité des Gorges du Verdon et de ses lacs.



Marseille



Is located 1 hour away.
A port city in the south of France, is a crossroads of trade and immigration since its foundation by the Greeks around 600 B.C. At its heart is the Old Port where fishermen sell their catch on the boat-lined quay.Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde Basilica is a Romanesque church of Byzantine inspiration. It is a place of quiet squares, steep alleys, lively avenues laid out in the 19th century and street markets. The hilltop streets of Le Panier, the oldest district of the city, are a real mix of cultures. La Vieille Charité, dating from the 17th century, is today a cultural centre housing an archaeological museum and a museum of primitive art. Saint-Victor Abbey is a fortified abbey founded by Saint Cassian and built on the 5th century crypt where his sarcophagus is located. The fashionable Cours Julien street has shops, bars, restaurants and galleries. The local culinary speciality is bouillabaisse, an aromatic seafood stew.

Aix-en-Provence



Is 45min away.
Aix-en-Provence is a university town in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in the South of France. It is the birthplace of the painter Paul Cézanne, a figure of post-impressionism. A walk connects various important places in Cézanne's life, including the house where he grew up, the Jas de Bouffan, and his studio. The Sainte-Victoire, a limestone mountain overlooking the town and its surrounding landscape, was the subject of many of his works.
The main street of Aix, the Cours Mirabeau, is a green boulevard with several baroque fountains, elegant houses, café terraces and brasseries. The old town to the north is home to the Saint-Sauveur cathedral with its Roman columns, 12th century cloister and Renaissance dome. To the south, the Mazarin district offers numerous mansions built between the 16th and 18th centuries. The Granet museum exhibits impressionist and post-impressionist works painted by Cézanne or other artists. A modern spa sits enthroned above the city's thermal baths and ancient Roman baths. Many pastries sell Aix's speciality, calissons, an almond confectionery, from which it takes its shape, topped with a piece of candied melon,

Gordes



Is located 1h30 away.
Gordes is classified among the most beautiful villages in France. Gordes is facing the Luberon massif. It was the inspiration of many artists such as Marc Chagall, Victor Vasarely, André Lhote or Pol Mara, they all fell under the charm of this perched village and settled there to live.Gordes is one of the most famous villages of Provence and also one of the most visited. Rooted on the heights of a rocky peak and leaning against the southern flank of the foothills of the Monts du Vaucluse, it is one of the largest municipalities in the region.The heritage of Gordes is only splendour, the diamond of the village this blond stone that can be found through many old hamlets, houses, buildings such as two abbeys, water and windmills and hundreds of dry stone huts make this village a jewel of Provence.

Marseille



Is located 1 hour away.
A port city in the south of France, is a crossroads of trade and immigration since its foundation by the Greeks around 600 B.C. At its heart is the Old Port where fishermen sell their catch on the boat-lined quay.Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde Basilica is a Romanesque church of Byzantine inspiration. It is a place of quiet squares, steep alleys, lively avenues laid out in the 19th century and street markets. The hilltop streets of Le Panier, the oldest district of the city, are a real mix of cultures. La Vieille Charité, dating from the 17th century, is today a cultural centre housing an archaeological museum and a museum of primitive art. Saint-Victor Abbey is a fortified abbey founded by Saint Cassian and built on the 5th century crypt where his sarcophagus is located. The fashionable Cours Julien street has shops, bars, restaurants and galleries. The local culinary speciality is bouillabaisse, an aromatic seafood stew.

Aix-en-Provence



Is 45min away.
Aix-en-Provence is a university town in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in the South of France. It is the birthplace of the painter Paul Cézanne, a figure of post-impressionism. A walk connects various important places in Cézanne's life, including the house where he grew up, the Jas de Bouffan, and his studio. The Sainte-Victoire, a limestone mountain overlooking the town and its surrounding landscape, was the subject of many of his works.
The main street of Aix, the Cours Mirabeau, is a green boulevard with several baroque fountains, elegant houses, café terraces and brasseries. The old town to the north is home to the Saint-Sauveur cathedral with its Roman columns, 12th century cloister and Renaissance dome. To the south, the Mazarin district offers numerous mansions built between the 16th and 18th centuries. The Granet museum exhibits impressionist and post-impressionist works painted by Cézanne or other artists. A modern spa sits enthroned above the city's thermal baths and ancient Roman baths. Many pastries sell Aix's speciality, calissons, an almond confectionery, from which it takes its shape, topped with a piece of candied melon,

Gordes



Is located 1h30 away.
Gordes is classified among the most beautiful villages in France. Gordes is facing the Luberon massif. It was the inspiration of many artists such as Marc Chagall, Victor Vasarely, André Lhote or Pol Mara, they all fell under the charm of this perched village and settled there to live.Gordes is one of the most famous villages of Provence and also one of the most visited. Rooted on the heights of a rocky peak and leaning against the southern flank of the foothills of the Monts du Vaucluse, it is one of the largest municipalities in the region.The heritage of Gordes is only splendour, the diamond of the village this blond stone that can be found through many old hamlets, houses, buildings such as two abbeys, water and windmills and hundreds of dry stone huts make this village a jewel of Provence.