The Luberon is a place of ancient monasteries, cherry orchards, vineyards and perched villages, of lavender fields and
pristine mountain wilderness. The region has long attracted artists of all kinds, drawn by the light, the silence, and the
beauty of the area, and the joie de vivre of its people. Traditional small-scale farming and viticulture are present
throughout the region, and the house is surrounded by cherry orchards.
Home of Jean Giono, Frederic Mistral and Marcel Pagnol, Provence has always been a sanctuary for writers, and the
Luberon is particularly renowned for its creative community.