Provençal village
Provençal landscapes
Lavanda culture
Mountain bike


The scents of Provence's is unique

Our bedrooms are comfortable and warm and will guarantee a memorable trip.
You will be able to enjoy the perfume of the surrounding pinewood with the scents of thyme and rosemary and of the juniper trees.
Sometimes you will feel a cooling breeze from the 'Mistral' wind.
You will be drawn to the invigorating sea air or be tempted to go for a promenade in the region enjoyed by Cezanne.
You can then choose enjoy all there is to offer at the coast around St Tropez or at Sainte-Victoire mountain according to your taste.



Activities in Green Provence

    There are many activities available in Provence.
  • Horse riding in the forest and along the bridle ways (The Bessillon Mountain Range, the Sainte-Baume Mountain Range, Sainte-Victoire Mountain, and the costal paths).
  • Bike riding along several ‘400 metres’ circuits. The bike trails have been adapted to each level of rider.
  • Water sports in the gorges of Verdon and of Argens or on the lakes of Quinson and Sainte-Croix: canoeing, rafting, sale boarding, kayaking, and fishing.
  • Other activities such as Tennis, swimming, golf (3 locations:: Brignoles, Aix les Milles, Nans les Pins) are also possible.
  • You can also enjoy the sea side and the sun in the ‘calanques’ of Cassis, la Cote d'Azur, the Porquerolles islands and Port Cros et du Levant.

History, Culture and Tradition

  • Barjols is a village just 10 mins from Bellone at the confluence of four rivers. In the village you can see 42 fountains and traditional “lavoir” washing houses. Collegiate church, Carmeliade's cascades, regional houses and the fountain circuit are some
  • The Abbeys of Thoronet, Sylvacane and of Sénanque are beautiful Cistercian abbeys.
  • Rians is a village built on a hill like a 'spiral staircase' around the belfry. It is possible to visit its chapel and the old ramparts.
  • There is also the sanctuary of Sainte-Baume, the Templers’s path, castles and other picturesque villages. You can also visit the prehistoric Museum of Quinson, the Cezanne landscapes, the wine route, the local markets, the crockery workshops at Moustier or Varages, the tilted floor of Salern