L'isle sur la Sorgue

More town than village, with tall plane trees and green streams, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue is 'the island on the Sorgue' a few kilometres from the river's source at Fontaine de Vaucluse. Where the Sorgue splits into two streams, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue sprang up. Over the last 40 years L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue has become famous as the antiques capital of Provence, indeed of France, if you don't count Paris. There are many permanent antique shops, art galleries and interior décor shops here, grouped in several 'villages'.

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L’isle sur la Sorgue Mas

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Located in the beautiful Luberon Valley, 2km from L'isle sur la Sorgue, this very private and spacious Mas offers its guests the chance to live the quintessential Provence lifestyle from its lush country gardens. With stone walls and mature hedges to provide privacy, the Mas's expertly manicured gardens are the perfect setting for unforgettable alfresco dinner parties and other special outdoor events. The Mas is an easy drive from Avignon, and also well located for exploring the Luberon area with its vineyards and famous hilltop towns and villages. L’Isle sur la Sorgue is known for its famous market (on Thursdays and Sundays) and also offers many independent shops, food shops and bakeries, as well as traditional French restaurants. Inside, the farmhouse is adorned with eight en-suite bedrooms and plenty of elegant lounge space. With stately furniture, elegant chandeliers, and ornate fireplaces, you’ll appreciate the villa’s authentic Old-World ambiance. Perfect either for a romantic retreats or group gatherings.