The Oustaou of Luberon, classified as a 3 * holiday village by Atout France, is designed for the comfort, family and tranquility of its guests.
Nestled in the Vaucluse department, the Luberon is the very evocation of Provence by the beauty of its contrasting landscapes. The Luberon is home to some of the most beautiful cities and villages in Provence: Lourmarin, Ansouis, Gordes and Roussillon, classified among the most beautiful villages in France.
L'Oustaou du Luberon is located in the heart of this wonderful region set in 20 hectares of scrubland, hills and olive groves, between the moutains of Luberon and of the Sainte Victoire
You will find with us the Provençal sweetness of life, punctuated by the murmur of the fountains and the discovery of the colorful markets with sun-kissed fruits and vegetables.
An opportunity to meet the owners who have made a different lifestyle choice, based on a unique, ethical and sustainable concept of Tourism
Michel and Cécile accompanied by their Children Amandine and Lilian, offer you off the beaten track holidays, and to live an experience of immersion in this green and authentic Provence
Look no further for your seasonal holiday rentals ! Here; your holiday in lodge in a natural setting, south of Luberon, near the "Sainte-Victoire", 300m alt, the invigorating provencal climate, the southern sun and the sweetness of life.
An area of 20 hectares, lodgings of 3 * comfort, surrounded by hills, vineyards, fields with olive trees and hiking trails ensure a great stay : WIFI, Heated pool, comfortable sun-bathing, relaxing hammocks ensure your well-being
The Oustaou of Luberon is ideal for families or for couples. Holidays suitable for relaxation, beneficial to everyone, the air of the "garrigue", the smells of aromatic plants .... and the song of cicadas will be your allies. The family atmosphere, its many activities on site will guarantee you great memories and the desire to come back as soon as possible !
The peace and quiet at the Oustaou of Luberon
The Luberon is a French mountain that stretches from east to west between the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and Vaucluse department. The massif is over 60 km long with a width of about 5 km and its highest point is Mourre Negro , round top that rises 1125 meters above sea level.