In 10 minutes by car, you will be at the gates of the city of Avignon. Stroll through the center and discover the history of the town through its exceptional monuments such as the Pont d'Avignon, the Palais des Papes, the Place Pie, the Doms Cathedral, the Calvet Museum, the Museum of Petit Palais, the Lambert Collection, the Saint-Martial Chapel, etc. Don't miss one of the biggest theater events, the Festival d'Avignon, a must.
An exceptional situation
The Moulin d'Aure enjoys a central location, it is ideally located in the region to allow you to easily reach the most beautiful villages, natural sites, hiking trails, towns full of history, museums, etc. . Explore the entire region from the Moulin d'Aure, visits and activities, adapted to all tastes and all ages, will be less than an hour's drive away.
Although we are close to all points of interest in Provence and the Alpilles, we are located between two small villages Maillane and Graveson. This position ensures you stays in peace, far from the hustle and bustle of the main tourist trails.
Hélène and her team know the region perfectly. They will offer you walks far from the tourist trails, tips and must-see addresses.
From the Moulin d'Aure, go on an expedition for half a day or a day, then come back to sleep in peace, enjoy a gourmet meal at Tutti Quanti and appreciate the soothing setting.
The City of the Popes Avignon
Van Gogh's village Saint-Remy-de-Provence
The Moulin d'Aure is on the road to Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. This village is famous throughout the world for having welcomed and inspired Van Gogh. Some of his finest works were painted during his stay at Saint-Paul de Mausole Hospital. During your visit to Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, don't miss the archaeological site of Glanum, Lac de Peirou, the Estrine Museum and the Alpilles Museum.
The Careers of Lights The Baux de Provence
Less than twenty minutes by car will suffice to reach the village of Les Baux-de-Provence. This perfect example of a Provençal village will offer you beautiful walks through its narrow streets and pleasant breaks on its shady squares. Les Baux-de-Provence is renowned for its Carrières de Lumières. At the heart of former quarries, live a unique immersive experience, where sound and light combine to present the work of a key artist from the region.
Activities in the heart of nature The Alpilles
The Regional Natural Park of the Alpilles is at the gates of the Moulin d'Aure. The Alpilles preserve a resplendent fauna and flora. Hikes suitable for all levels and bike trails, such as the Vélodyssée, crisscross this vast natural and preserved region. Superb viewpoints and activities in the heart of nature will be on the program for your stay in the Alpilles.
Colours, scents and tastes Provencal markets
All the villages and towns of Provence host a market. Every morning, town centers come alive to welcome market gardeners and producers. Fruits, vegetables and crafts will be found on the colorful stalls. Stroll between the stalls of the market gardeners and do your shopping for your next meal or to leave with a superb souvenir of the region.
Exceptional landscapes The lavender fields
Provence is famous throughout the world for its lavender fields as far as the eye can see. In less than an hour's drive, you can reach the first lavender fields. It is between the months of June and July that the region turns purple and releases its delicious fragrance. Take exceptional photos in the middle of these superb lavender fields.
A region of tradition The Camargue
In less than an hour's drive, you will be in the heart of the Camargue. Take the opportunity to discover Camargue culture and to observe marvelous landscapes between herds, salt marshes and the Mediterranean Sea. During your stopover in the Camargue, you can take the opportunity to visit the towns that make the region famous: Arles, Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, Aigues-Mortes, Salin-de-Giraud and Grau-du. -King.
A masterpiece in the heart of the garrigue Gard's Bridge
We give you an appointment 30 minutes away by road to discover the Pont-du-Gard. Amid lush vegetation and overlooking the Gardon, discover the Pont-du-Gard, an incredibly well-preserved example of a Roman aqueduct, built in the first half of the 1st century. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Pont-du-Gard will impress you with its exceptional dimensions and superb preservation.
Near Pont-du-Gard, be sure to take a detour to the towns of Nîmes and Uzès.
Exceptional panoramas The villages of the Luberon
An hour's drive will be enough for you to reach the Luberon and its famous perched villages. During your visit to the Luberon Regional Natural Park, we advise you to go through Roussillon and its ocher path, Gordes and its cobbled streets, Oppède-le-Vieux and its medieval past, Goult and its authenticity, but also by Lauris and its superb panorama.
The city of a thousand fountains Aix en Provence
Set off for a day to discover Aix-en-Provence. Stroll along the Cours Mirabeau, lined with luxury shops and cafes, discover the Rotonde, and stroll through the cobbled streets of the city center. Don't miss a visit to Cézanne's Atelier, the Mazarin Quarter, the Granet Museum, the Vasarely Foundation and the Milles Memorial. During your visit, taste a calisson from Aix.
A little over an hour's drive, and you will be in the heart of Marseille. Explore the city and discover all its points of interest such as the Old Port, the Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde Basilica, the Panier district, the Mucem and many others. You can also enjoy the generous sun of the Mediterranean coast on the fine sandy beaches or in the creeks of Marseille.