27 July 2021  |  Gastronomy, Holidays, Pure France, Tourism, Restaurants

Discover Lorgues, and nearby Pure France holiday rental homes

Lorgues is a colorful city, typical of Provence, lulled by the song of the cicadas!


Small alleys cross larger avenues full of restaurants and shops.



Near the church is La Bulle Sucrée, a fantastic bakery and patisserie.

La Bulle Sucrée

Discover a wide range of restaurants, including the excellent Restaurant Bruno.

Chez bruno restaurant - Lorgues


"A house owes so much to its owners... In this Provencal farmhouse, former home of the great-grandmother of the 1920s, all the generosity of the Bruno family is exhaled! Under the aegis of Clément Bruno, figure giant father and benevolent earthling, known for his cult of truffles, the two brothers, Samuel in the dining room and Benjamin in the kitchen, perpetuate the tradition with just the right amount of modernity.If the unique truffle-based menu is still there (black diamonds changing with the seasons), vegetables are now very present. We had a delicious time, in particular thanks to a service that was as smiling as it was attentive."

- Extract from the Michelin guide


Not to be missed in Lorgues

Wine estate the Château de la Martinette, wine estate the trails of the Dracenie (hiking trail) and Benva Chapel (church and cathedrals).

Tourism near Lorgues

Near Lorgues, you will find the Gorges du Verdon, the abbey of Thoronet, Châteaudouble, Saint-Tropez, the Massif des Maures, the lake of Sainte Croix, the Verdon Regional Natural Park and much more.

One of the oldest villages in Provence

The village keeps the memory of the Celto-Ligurians of the Middle Ages. Its dynamism is reflected in a real increase in its population (10,000 inhabitants).

Nature and terroir

Sunny site well fed by numerous springs. Lorgues bears witness to great agricultural wealth with its AOC Côtes de Provence wines, its promoted olive oil, its very varied honeys (lavender, rosemary, chestnut, thyme, dandelion depending on the year), but also its tasty fruits and vegetables and scented. This environmentally friendly agriculture has managed to preserve good water quality.

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Virginie Erre

After gaining a Masters Degree from the Panthéon Sorbonne, I worked as a real-estate agent for luxury properties and now am a manager with Pure France high quality holiday rentals. I am also a yoga instructor.

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