Menerbes, Oppede, Roussillon, Gordes and Lacoste with the ghostly castle of the Marquis de Sade which is strikingly illuminated at night, are all close by. Bonnieux has a good butcher, two bakers and even a Bakery Museum. It also boasts an excellent supermarket, a great florist, a pharmacy and an interesting range of small shops and boutiques. There is an impressive choice of restaurants, cafés and bars in Bonnieux and the nearby villages.

For antique lovers, the unique town of Isle sur la Sorgue, just 30 minutes away, with its plethora of antique and bric a brac shops and the famous weekend markets, is an absolute must.

How to get here

Mas des Vignes Folles in located 2.5km from the village of Bonnieux in the Luberon Valley, Provence, France. Please contact us for address and GPS co-ordinates.

Air

Marseille-Provence, Nimes, Avignon and Toulon. Further afield: Nice, Paris Charles de Gaulle. Approximate time from airports to Mas des Vignes Folles by car: Avignon 40 minutes, Marseille 70 minutes, Nimes 90 minutes, Nice 180 minutes.

Train

TGV Station Avignon.  Eurostar runs from the heart of London or Ashford, UK to Avignon, up to five times a week during summer. Travel time is approximately 6 hrs. Subject to change and to availability. Check the Eurostar or TGV websites for details. The route from the UK to Avignon takes you past some of France’s most breathtaking scenery, from the English countryside to the glorious French campagne. Direct trains from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport; Paris Gare de Lyon; Lille and Brussels.

Car

Car hire is available at all airports. Road tolls are payable on most major motorways. Approximate time from airports to Mas des Vignes Folles by car: Avignon 40 minutes, Marseille 70 minutes, Nimes 90 minutes, Nice 180 minutes.

 

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