Welcome to the Divine

Charming house for rent in the heart of Provence

For your holidays, your meetings with family or friends, your tourist, sports, gastronomic, oenological, cultural stays ...

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Roussillon ochres

THE PROVENCAL COLORADO

A true geological curiosity in the heart of the Luberon, the ocher quarries with multiple natural colors offer a breathtaking landscape. The Ocher Conservatory allows you to discover the path of ocher, from its extraction to its transformation into a manufactured product (visit of the old factory with its basins, workshops, ovens ... shop and library).

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Vaucluse fountain

1ST SOURCE IN EUROPE

The village of Fontaine de Vaucluse has had the privilege of giving its name to the department. At the end of a deep green gorge, at the foot of a cliff sculpted by erosion, the most beautiful river in the department springs: the Sorgue. With an average total flow of 630 million m3 per year, this source is the first in Europe, and one of the largest in the world, in terms of its volume of water discharged. It results from the emergence of a huge underground network. From Fontaine de Vaucluse, you can go down the Sorgue by canoe or kayak.

 
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The hilltop villages

GET TO THE HEIGHT

Eleven hilltop villages, just that! Venasque, Gigondas, Beaucet, Barroux, Méthamis, Blauvac, Crillon le Brave, Roque Alric and Roque sur Pernes, Sault, Aurel have kept their authenticity! Take to the skies and enjoy their breathtaking view of the Comtat-Venaissin plain, Mont-Ventoux, the Dentelles de Montmirail or the Sault plateau.

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The wine route

CHATEAUNEUF, GIGONDAS & CO

Present for millennia, the history of the vineyard and that of Vaucluse merge. In turn, Greeks, Romans, Popes and Jews played a determining role, not forgetting that of the Rhône. Three appellations now share the territory: Côtes du Rhône, AOC Ventoux and AOC Luberon. Châteauneuf-du-Pape has acquired international fame. Discover all these winegrowing villages including: Gigondas, Vaqueyras, Châteauneuf du Pape, Beaumes de Venise. The Dentelles de Montmirail wine route is particularly attractive.

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The Camargue

HORSES, BULLS AND PINK FLAMINGOS

The Camargue, a territory at the confluence of Gard and Bouches du Rhône, Languedoc and Provence, Rhône and Mediterranean. South of Arles, in the Rhone delta, the Camargue covers an area of 150,000 hectares between sky, land and sea. Discovery of the Gardian culture and its traditions, of its towns with an exceptionally rich historical past, walks or on horseback between sea and ponds, tourist route, nautical activities or lazing on the beach, you will be spoiled for choice!

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La Divine -52, Avenue Jacques Bernard - 84570 Villes-sur-Auzon  

maisonladivine@gmail.com / TEL: +33 (0) 6 80 61 00 96

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Avignon

WE DANCE WE DANCE

City of history, city of spectacle, Avignon does not leave you indifferent. The passage of the Popes in Avignon marked its architecture in an impressive way. The Palace of the Popes: behind the superbly preserved ramparts, you will discover the city of the Popes built in the 14th century. From the top of the ramparts you will understand why the city of the Popes has become a formidable palace fortress: Avignon overlooks the immense spaces of the Rhône plain, it is the strategic capital of the Rhône valley. Stroll through the streets of Avignon and discover the ancient alleys and interior courtyards of mansions.

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Luberon

REGIONAL NATURAL PARK

The Luberon Regional Natural Park covers 185,000 hectares, spread over 77 municipalities: 51 municipalities in Vaucluse and 26 municipalities in Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. Whether small or large, perched or located on the plain, the villages of the Luberon are all pretexts to taste the tranquility of Provençal life: around fountains, in the shade of plane trees, in picturesque, narrow and winding streets and on the burning cobblestones of the village squares, each of the villages is differentiated by heritage curiosities and original architecture. And among the most famous: Gordes, Lacoste, Ménerbes, Lourmarin, Bonnieux and Goult.

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Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

IN THE HEART OF THE ALPILLES

Located in the heart of the Alpilles , Saint Rémy is one of the must of Provence . Its green and subtly scented valleys, its beautiful houses tastefully restored and its charming old streets have made its success ... Strolling quietly in its narrow and winding streets, you will come across beautiful old fountains, small shaded squares welcoming 'pleasant restaurant terraces and elegant shops.