This house was the summer residence of the Marquis de Castellane in the 17th century. Large (500m2 on 3 floors, 9 rooms, garden of 4000m2), it is ideal for family holidays, from 7 to 77 years, or friends. After a day of hiking, mountain biking or swimming in the lake, nothing like an aperitif in the shade of chestnut or tan in the sun on his recliner, before dining on barbecued and then rest in the 17th century living room listening to music or playing the piano.
Children will enjoy the large garden, the large trampoline, swings and slide, or play tennis.
The house is 100m from the village, with its restaurants, shops, its typical Provencal market 2 times per week. Laugh is famous for its lavender, honey and truffles.
Ideally located near the Lake of Holy Cross, the Verdon Gorges, Moustiers Sainte-Marie. All activities (hiking, water sports, golf, spas, tennis 500m).
The tourist attractions of the region are numerous. First, the village of Laugh and its ancient streets, gypsum ries characteristics. Riez was a Roman city as evidenced by his columns. The Sainte-Croix Lake Verdon is one of the largest and most beautiful in Europe. The Verdon and Grand Canyon are an opportunity to ballads, rock climbing for the more experienced, or water sports: kayaking, ... The Museum of Prehistory of Quinson is unique in Europe. Hiking and mountain bike enthusiasts will be spoiled for choice, with ballads also from the house, including the hill of Saint-Maxime and his beautiful church overlooking the village. In July, the lavender fields are visible on the Valensole. Aix en Provence Festivals (1h) and Avignon (1h30) will delight fans of theater and classical music. Greoux les Bains is a famous thermal station 15 km from Riez. The house is located 1km from the munical tennis (3 hard courts). Golf fans can head to the 18-hole Pierrevert, at 38km.
July and August are the busiest, while June and September are very pleasant: long days, mild climate and less crowded. May and October are also very nice.
Laugh is located 300m above sea level, and the nights are cool, even in summer. The sky of Provence is one of the purest of France, and in August can be admired from the garden shooting stars.