Le Grand Mas

27 May 2024  |  Pure France, Holidays

Holiday rental in Provence, Le Grand Mas

Nestled in the heart of the Lubéron natural park, this locality offers authentic charm and typically Provençal landscapes. Although less known than certain towns in the Lubéron, Puyvert has a unique character due to its tranquility and beauty of the Provençal landscapes.

Historical roots of Puyvert

Puyvert has historical roots dating back to the Middle Ages, the village has managed to preserve the architecture, the traditional houses with colorful shutters and stone buildings which contribute to the authentic charm of this village.

Luberon wines

One of the characteristics of the Luberon is its wine production. The Lubéron is renowned for its quality wines and several wine estates surround the town. Visitors can participate in tastings and discover a variety of wines, from white, fruity to full-bodied red, often produced using natural methods.

Proximity to the tourist sites of the Luberon

Although Puyvert is a small town, it has an ideal location for exploring the Luberon. A few kilometers away are towns and villages such as Lourmarin, Bonnieux, Roussillon...

Lourmarin is known for its Renaissance-style castle, but also its artisanal shops and lively cafés. Literature lovers will also appreciate that the writer Albert Camus is buried in the Lourmarin cemetery.

Where to stay in Puyvert?

Pure France offers you a magnificent 17th century farmhouse, completely renovated in Provence in Vaucluse:

Le Grand Mas

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6 bedrooms | 5 bathrooms You will find high quality furniture and equipment, as well as a huge enclosed garden with lawns and olive trees as well as a private swimming pool.

Le Grand Mas

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Activities in and around Puyvert

The Lubéron regional natural park which offers opportunities for outdoor activities. Hikers will find trails suitable for all levels with spectacular panoramas of the surrounding mountains and valleys. You will also have the opportunity to take beautiful bike rides.

Discovering Provençal gastronomy

Provençal cuisine is one of the major assets of the region around Puyvert. Local markets offer a wide variety of fresh produce, olives, tomatoes, goat cheese, lavender. The surrounding restaurants offer traditional dishes such as ratatouille, aioli, tapenades. These specialties are naturally accompanied by local wines.

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Amélie Roca

I am a Community Manager for Pure France as well as the host of Pure France TV, presenting high quality rental homes all over France.

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