In a park of 1.5 ha in the middle of the pine forest, La Bousquatière offers quality services. With a capacity of 8 people, the farmhouse is spacious in an exotic setting with its covered terrace, flower gardens, palm trees, lavender, landscaped pool with beach, rocks and waterfall. You will have available 2 private parking, flat screen and free wifi.
The villa is completely full of feet.
It involves :
- 2 entries
- 2 W-C
- 1 bathroom with bathtub
- 1 shower room with Italian shower
- 1 living room with sofas and leather armchairs and fireplace
- 1 dining area
- 1 equipped kitchen, American fridge, dishwasher, oven, microwave, espresso, etc ...
- 1 equipped kitchenette
- 2 double bedroom with bed 160 x 200 cm
- 1 double bedroom with 2 beds of 80 x 190 cm that can turn into a bed of 160.
-1 double room with 2 beds of 90 x190
- 1 covered terrace of 50 m² with outdoor lounge table and chairs
- 1 covered terrace 15 m² with table and chairs
- 1 garden furniture
- 1 barbecue area with table and chairs, a bar
- 1 swimming pool 15m x 8m
- 2 private parking
- 1 boules playground
- 1 grass volleyball court
- flower gardens
LA BOUSQUATIERE is located on the road of the wines of the Dentelles de Montmirail, on the heights of the village of PIOLENC (Haut Vaucluse). Ideally situated for exploring the departments of Vaucluse, Drôme, Gard and Ardèche.
Guests enjoy a privileged environment to visit Roman Provence (Orange and Vaison la Romaine) or Provence des Papes (Papal Enclave), character villages with their Crus (Gigondas, Vacqueyras, Châteauneuf du Pape), the majestic sites such as the Dentelles and Mont Ventoux but the Ardèche gorges and the Drôme Provençale and its castles and Gard, its ancient sites and villages of character.
The Avignon also easily accessed by access to the A7 motorway in the town of Piolenc.
In the district of dominant Valbonnettes THE BOUSQUATIERE offers an environment in pine forest, very quiet with walking trails starting directly from the villa.
In the village of Piolenc you find all the shops (Carrefour Contact open Monday through Saturday from 8 am to 20h and Sunday morning from 9am to 12.30pm, Bakery, Grocery village, Pharmacies, Bar-PMU, tobacco shop ...) and 2 ATMs.
You can also buy your goat cheese and sheep from local producers.
In the near of the villa environment, many tours available to everyone, for everyone and for every budget. Non exhaustive list.
The medieval fortress of Mornas
The troglodytes of Barry - Bollène
A troglodyte villages of the finest and most important of France where we find the remains from the Celto-Ligurians to the Romans until the nineteenth century.
The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin - XIth Century (Historical Monument) - Bollène
Castles of the Drôme
• Château de Suze-la-Rousse
• Château de Grignan
• Château des Adhemar in Montelimar
The Aiguebelle Abbey in Montjoyer (26230)
Crocodile Farm in Pierrelatte (26700)
The Ardèche Caves
• Cave of St Marcel d'Ardèche
• Cave Forest
• The Orgnac
• The Chauvet Cave
• The cave of Marzal
• The cave of the Madeleine
The Pont du Gard
But also, a little further but feasible on the day, Nimes Arena or the Bamboo Anduze
A welcoming Roman at the end of the second century BC-C., Vaucluse today testifies to their location with a remarkably well-preserved remains.
Vaison-la-Romaine, a full-scale past
Former capital of Voconces, Vaison-la-Romaine was a prosperous Roman city as evidenced by the remains of houses and high quality decorations nowadays still visible monuments.
On a stroll on the website of the Villasse whose columns draw the old shops organized around a spa together, you can then visit the site Puymin with its ancient theater carved into the north side of the hill.
The Roman bridge, a major architectural monument, connects the lower town to the medieval city.
The visit of the Théo Desplans Archeological Museum will be an opportunity to get closer to the remains with sumptuous decorations.
Besides traces of communication routes, many monuments have survived, giving us a full size view of the organization of Roman cities and their daily lives.
These are the cities of Orange and Vaison la Romaine enjoying the finest examples of Roman times.
A forty kilometers of Mondragon, access to Avignon is done easily through access to the A7 motorway in Piolenc (8 km)
City of history and spectacle, Avignon does not leave indifferent.
The passage of the Popes in Avignon marked its architecture impressively.
Behind the superbly preserved ramparts, you will discover the city of the Popes after passing one of the seven main doors: the Papal Palace built in the fourteenth century and its lively square, the famous Pont d'Avignon, the museums of the Palais and Petit Palais du Roure.
The city also offers ancient alleys with mansions and courtyards.
The unavoidable :
• The Papal Palace
• The Rocher des Doms
• The St Benezet Bridge (Pont d'Avignon)
• The breakfast Palace Museum (paintings and sculptures from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance)
• The Calvet Museum and Lapidary (archeology, prehistory and paintings from the XVI to the XX)
5 wine routes are the tourist route of the Côtes du Rhône.
The town of Mondragon is located on the Wine Route of the Dentelles.
Besides the tasting in the many cellars, some tourist attractions to discover
• Beaumes-de-Venise: Our Lady of Aubune (12th century).
• Cairanne: Gallo-Roman remains.
• Dentelles de Montmirail: landscape, picturesque path of the col du Cayron.
• Mornas: old village, castle.
• Sablet: ramparts, church (12th century), chapel.
• Séguret: classified village.
• Sérignan-du-Comtat: Museum of Entomology
You can also cross the Route des Coteaux du Tricastin, the Wine Route of the Drôme Provençale, the Mont Ventoux Wine Route or the Wine Route of the Popes.
Several majestic sites are available to you and to mention only the best ones.
The Avignon Festival: The largest theater in the world
Founded in 1947 by Jean Vilar, the performing arts festival held annually in July.
The festival "off" offers street performances that you can discover in Avignon intramural. This festival brings together the performing arts as a whole, that is to say, theater, song, dance, music and other artists such as juggler, magician, clown ...
The "in" festival (former official name but still used), you can attend performances in sacred places some prestigious as the courtyard of the Palace of the Popes that turns into theater stage for the festival.
Orange chorégies are now the oldest French festival date since 1896. The Lyric Art Festival takes place each summer in the Roman Theatre which guarantees exceptional acoustics. The chorégies are heads of major festivals and have an indisputable international reputation.
Every year in July, the ancient theater of Vaison la Romaine welcomes troops from all countries in the International Dance Festival. Vaison Danses crosses cultures (hip hop and cappoeira, African and contemporary dance, shaolin and neoclassical ...) and welcomes innovative companies in the world of art.
Orange, a Roman town of two thousand years of history.
The City of Orange conceals itself and among other wonders, two monuments "world monument".
But it is also his vocation alive and gourmet city that make the city a stay of visitors especially appreciated. Discover the ancient theater, unique in the world, and meet at the same time a generous land, tasty products and a welcoming population.
The city of Orange, or "City of Princes" offers immediate trip through time and culture. Discover the beauty of the old city, its historical and architectural wealth, the center of a perfect environment, as a gateway to the charm of Provence always.