Campagne Bertani is close to the most beautiful tourist sites in Provence.
As we go hiking ourselves, we can indicate to you the lesser known trails for walkers, and the small lovely lanes winding through the region for cyclists.
Being lovers of good wines, we can tell you where to find some of the great wine-makers' cellars in the neighbouring areas.
Possibilities of hikes at 800 metres from the house, along small paths or bigger trails through the fragrant scrubland. You can cycle along quiet little lanes to the vineyards of Tavel and Lirac.
Villeneuve-lez-Avignon boasts a remarkable heritage and offers you stunning views over Avignon and the Popes' Palace, the Mont Ventoux and the Dentelles de Montmirail.
Avignon's renown goes well beyond our borders. It has a rich historic heritage and in summer its famous theatre festival presents a showcase for all sorts of contemporary creations in the performing arts. Let yourself be charmed by this medieval city with its cobblestone streets and shaded squares, all entirely encircled by its old ramparts. Capital of the Côtes du Rhône wines and a gourmet's Mecca, Avignon is fascinating throughout the year!
The highest aqueduct from antiquity, built 2000 years ago. Possibility of swimming, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking and exploring the old arches hidden away in the nature of the countryside.
Throughout the summer, illuminations, bars and restaurants and many festive events liven up the spot.
Splendid landscapes studded with limestone crest and verdant valleys covered in vineyards and olive groves with a paradise for sports lovers (hiking and horseback riding, mountain biking, bicycle tourism). The towns and villages that typify the Art de Vivre in Provence, such as St Rémy de Provence, Maussane les Alpilles, Eygalières, without forgetting Les Baux de Provence, its castle and the famous Carrières de Lumière...
Along marvellous trails and when you're tired you can rest against the sun-warmed stones of the old sheepfolds.
Ascension by bike for the athletic.
Come back down by way of the plain where vineyards and wine estates will welcome you.
The tracks of chariot wheels, ancestral donkey paths, villages clinging to the rocks.
Former railway lines converted into cycling paths that cross the varied and hidden away landscapes.