An exceptional stay in Provence


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During your stay in Provence, take a break in the heart of a vineyard or a field of lavender, discovering pieces of art or oasis of calm.

Hôtel la Coquillade Provence Ressort & Spa

Experience a dream in Provence

In the heart of the Luberon, this hotel is surrounded by the hills of the Regional Natural Park and is in the heart of a typical Provencal vineyard.

La Coquillade Provence Ressort & Spa is a refined 5-star island in the middle of vineyards and lavender fields. You will find elegant swimming pools glistening over the Provence and an award-winning Spa.

The hotel has 63 beautifully decorated rooms and suites.

There are three restaurants and bars, a cycling centre where cycling is an art.

Address: 84400 Gargas, France

Château La Coste

An exceptional place

45 minutes from the centre - towards Aix-en-Provence, Château La Coste offers a unique experience in a 125 hectare vineyard.

Wine, art, architecture, gastronomy and well-being make this destination unique, as does the trail of 40 works of contemporary art installed in the heart of the vineyard. 

In this exceptional environment, discover also several restaurants to taste the wines of the domain and enjoy an exceptional break.

 

Address : 2750 Route De La Cride, 13610 Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade

New at Château La Coste 2022

A permanent work by Bob Dylan on the Art and Architecture trail.

Rail Car - an immersive installation of wrought iron freight cars set on railway tracks - incorporates prominent motifs from Dylan's art, while also referencing aspects of his past. 

The converted freight car he incorporated into the sculpture is a WIIX 723 double-door boxcar used to transport rolls of paper for Willamette Industries, an Oregon-based lumber and paper company. Work on Rail Car began in summer 2019, involving teams of engineers from France and the US. 

 

Oscar Niemeyer Auditorium

Set in the heart of a Vermentino vineyard, the new pavilion houses an exhibition space and an auditorium. It is accessed by a walkway that opens onto a large curved glass façade and leads to a space of 380 square metres. The curved pavilion, emblematic of Niemeyer's organic and sensual architecture, perfectly matches the rolling vineyards of this Provencal hillside. The impressive glass façade gives the impression that the vines extend into the building, while the water basin at the entrance plays with reflections and light.