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Hotel in Gordes in the heart of Luberon

A charming stop-over with a pool in the Vaucluse

The Luberon region, located in the Department of the Vaucluse is a must when visiting Provence. Painter's palette, a land of markets, truffles, hilltop villages… Between Mont Ventoux and the Luberon lies a land of incomparable light that invites you to relax and take it easy. A land of festivals, flavours and fabulous itineraries, its beauty, history and passion will charm you. At its heart, the village of Gordes sits astride its hilltop and its chateau plays host to wonderful exhibitions devoted to art, photography…

From Gordes, rocky paths lead to sheltered valleys and the hillsides where meandering lanes offer superb views, in the foreground over the ochres of Roussillon, and beyond the Luberon. To discover nearby: the villages of Bonnieux, Roussillon, Lacoste, Robion, Fontaine de Vaucluse, Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, the Abbaye de Sénanque, the "Colorado of Provence"…

After your escapades into the Luberon region, what more could you ask for but to return to our hotel in Gordes and its 14x6 m swimming pool, bathed by the sun. Eyes set on the horizon, all you have to do is settle down in the comfort of a soft sun lounger and give yourself up to a very southern activity: the siesta!



The crowning jewel of the Luberon

Perched on its rock, the best known of the Provençal villages radiates with beauty and elegance facing the hills of the Luberon. 


The finest Renaissance Chateau of Provence

The favourite village of Albert Camus, classified among the most beautiful villages of France, is a pearl in the heart of southern Luberon.


The second most visited village in the Luberon after Gordes

At the heart of the biggest deposits of ochre in the world, it owes its fame to its magnificent cliffs and impressive ochre quarries.

Fontaine de Vaucluse

A chasm of beauty and freshness

This village in the region of Sorgues gave its name to the Department. Its source is one of the most treasured natural sites in the Vaucluse.



On the northern slopes of the Luberon

This hilltop village is an ideal place to take a stroll through the narrow old streets and admire the breathtaking views from its terraces.