This superbly decorated stone mas set on 2.5 hectares beside a branch of the Sorgue River and situated 1.5 km from the centre of L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue has convivial indoor and outdoor living areas, large heated pool, floodlit tennis and petanque courts, gym with sauna and jacuzzi and extensive gardens making it ideal for families with children over 8 years old.
7 Nächte €7,600 - €10,050
Recently converted 18th century farmhouse with pool, surrounded by orchards, located in the countryside close to Isle sur la Sorgue.
7 Nächte €7,550 - €10,900
7 Nächte €14,300 - €17,450
This recently renovated 18th century farmhouse of 700sqm is located in the countryside some 3kms from the pretty market town of l`Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, famous for its antique shops and not to be missed lively Sunday market, selling, antiques- naturally, clothes and fresh Provencal produce. A short drive away is the captivating village and source of the river Sorgue, Fontaine-de-Vaucluse. Whilst the Papal city of Avignon lies 40 minutes drive to the west.
7 Nächte €15,200 - €19,600
Great property just 5 minutes from the celebrated town of Isle sur la Sorgue, also known as France's little Venice. The property has been beautifully decorated in a contemporary provençal manner and has a lovely large flat garden with open views over the countryside.
Twenty five miles east of Avignon, between Carpentras and
Cavillion in deepest Provence is the must see town of Ile de la
Sorgue. Locals call it an island city defined by the canals which
transect it, bordered by pretty shops and restaurants overlooking
the water, as well as by the narrow treets with small streams
running through them. It's a delightful place to stroll around with
the soothing sound of running water constantly in the background.
Occasionally you come across a moss covered wheel harking back to
earlier times when river power was used to drive the local silk and
paper industries. Art galleries abound including the famous Maison
René Char museum showing such greats as Miro and Dufy. But
foremost, Isle sur La Sorgue is renowned for antiques housing more
than 300 shops and dealers with an internationally renowned
Antiques Fair held every Easter and August.