After sunbathing by the pool and cooling off under the bower or in the shade of the chestnut tree, you will be ready for a game of bowls, ping-pong or badminton. The large shaded terrace which gives onto the garden is ideal for breakfast where every morning can be served fresh bread, croissants and newspapers and apéritifs in the evening.

Located in the Luberon Park, the farm is surrounded by a hundred-year-old oak tree wood and a stream, with a bird’s-eye view onto 13 hectares of wheat fields, meadows and the Luberon mountain.Under the purest sky in Europe (Saint Michel de l’Observatoire), Le Mas de la Plaine promises the calm and discretion hoped for on a holiday break.