Access

 

“Le Mas Caché” is 30 minutes only from the A7 autoroute (highway).

The nearest airports are Marseille (85 km) and Avignon (25 km).

The TGV train station of Avignon is 35 kms and the journey from Paris (gare de Lyon or CDG airport) takes 2h40mns, from Strasbourg 5h50mns, from Brussels 4h20mns and London 6h00mns.

 

 

Coming from Lyon on the A7 autoroute :

- Take the exit nr.24 “Avignon sud” and go on the D900 road towards Apt until the

  roundabout at Lumières.

- Take the first exit on your right towards Lacoste on the D106 road.

- 100 meters after the junction of the hamlet of Saint-Véran, take the private drive on your

  left (you will see 4 mailboxes and a big stone at the beginning of the drive)  

  Le Mas Caché is the last house on the right.

 

 

Coming from Marseille on the A7 autoroute :

- Take the exit nr.25 “Cavaillon” and go to D 2 road towards Apt.

- Past Robion, go towards “Coustellet”.

- At “coustellet”, go on the D900 road towards Apt, going right at the traffic lights. Follow

  the D900  until the roundabout at Lumières.

- Take the first exit on your right towards Lacoste on the D106 road.

- 100 meters after the junction of the hamlet of Saint-Véran, take the private drive on the

  left (you will see 4 mailboxes and a big stone at the beginning of the drive)  

  Le Mas Caché is the last house on the right.

 

GPS  coordinates :

Latitude: N 43° 50’ 31’’ (43.43.4444° N)

Longitude: E 5° 15’ 17’’ (3.617778° E)

Leisure - activities

 

The region is well known for its colorful and scented markets in Apt and Cavaillon, for its hundreds of second hand and antique dealers in Isle-sur-la-Sorgue and for its historical city, Avignon, reputed for its culture and its festivals.

 

There are prestigious villages to discover all around : Bonnieux, Gordes,Goult, Lacoste, Ménerbes, Oppède and the ochres of Roussillon and Rustrel.

 

Further to the west, "Le Pont du Gard", the most impressive aqueduct built by the Romans, and Uzès, a real wonder of a city with its paved streets, its 17th century bourgeois houses and its provencal market are well worth a visit.

 

To the north stands le Mont Ventoux (1909 m high), the giant of Provence and to the south the Calanques of Cassis, where a small fishing port is hidden with its cafés and restaurants alongside the quay.

 

It’s with great pleasure that we will tell you about our favourites; whether it’s sporting activities (trekking, biking, golf, kayak, horseriding…), cultural activities (concerts, exhibitions, museums, theaters …), or gourmet pleasures (museum of lavender, tasting of olive oils and wine tasting), you name it !

 

 

 

Summer festivals

 

Le Mas Caché has a rather priviledged location allowing to go easily to the hundreds of festivals and cultural events taking place in the region. Please have a look on our personal choice :

 

Festival d’Art Lyrique et de Théâtre de Lacoste : espace.la.costa@wanadoo.fr

 

Musique de chambre : www.musicalesluberon.com

 

Les Soirées d’été à Gordes : www.gordes-village.com/html/evenements.html

 

Les Estivales des Taillades : www.lestaillades.fr/culture/saisonindex.htm

 

Festival des Musiques d’été : wwww.château-de-lourmarin.com

 

Festival International de piano de la Roque d’Anthéron : www.festival-piano.com

 

Les Chorégies d’Orange : www.choregies.com

 

Les Rencontres Photographique d’Arles : www.rencontres-arles.com

 

Festival de Théâtre d'Avignon : www.festival-avignon.com/

 

Aix-en-Provence : www.aixenprovencetourism.com/aix-manifestations-tipu.htm