La Villa de Felibrige

Chateauneuf de Gadagne, Provence

Ref: SV237

Price guide: 1450€ to 2450€

3 1 6 Heated private pool 90km No No Yes Yes

About the Property:

Brand-new, south facing villa with private heated pool and enclosed garden close to Avignon (10km). Air conditioning in the living area. 500m from restaurants and bar.

This brand-new villa is ideal for a family or small group of friends wanting to discover this beautiful part of Provence and also enjoy some relaxing time by the private pool. Located between the Alpilles mountains, the River Rhone and the Luberon Regional Park, this lovely property has been designed to high specifications for your comfort with a huge, air-conditioned living, dining area and a modern kitchen. The insulation is excellent and helps keep the house cool in summer and warm in winter.

The interiors are bright and offer a very relaxing atmosphere. The large living and dining room opens to a beautiful kitchen to one side and to the furnished south-facing terrace which overlooks the pool on the other side. The terrace is split into a dining area and a relaxing corner area with armchairs. It is the ideal spot for sunbathing by the pool.

Located in a small residential area, the villa is an excellent base to discover the region which is filled with beautiful villages and historical places. In this part of Provence, you are spoilt for choice for places to discover such as the magical sites of Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, the Colorado Provencal and its ochre quarries, the famous Luberon, renowned for its mountain villages, among the most beautiful in France, including Gordes, Lacoste, Bonnieux or Lourmarin. You might also want to visit the beautiful village of Isle sur la Sorgue also known as the Provencal Venice with lots of alleys full of beautiful cafe terraces and second-hand shops. In this part of Provence, one can really see that life goes at a slower pace and life is good. It is a place where you can sample local products and genuinely good quality gastronomy. And of course, one must include a trip to the fortified papal city of Avignon with its magnificent palace and superb gardens which is a must see and must feature on the list of places to discover or visit again!

There is easy access to the motorway which allows you to discover several the famous towns in Provence such as Arles and Aix en Provence, both within an hour’s drive. It is also possible to use the train to get around (just 20 minutes to get to Avignon), with the station at Chateauneuf de Gadagne just 300m away. You can also enjoy local walks amongst the many vineyards plus bike rides are also possible from the villa.

Property size: 100m².

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Living area

Very spacious (56m²) open plan living room with sofa and TV. Dining area with table and chairs. Air conditioning. Sliding doors leading to furnished terrace.


Kitchen opening onto the living/dining room. Induction hobs, dishwasher, oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, kettle, coffee machine and toaster.
Garage: Washing machine, iron and ironing board.


Ground floor (all bedrooms have mosquito nets):
Bedroom 1: Bedroom with King size bed (180 x 200cm).
Bedroom 2: Bedroom with Queen size bed (160 x 200cm).
Bedroom 3: Bedroom with Queen size bed (160 x 200cm).


Ground floor: Separate shower room with walk-in shower, washbasin and heated towel rail. Separate wc.


Enclosed garden (510m²) with flat lawn. Terrace with outdoor dining furniture and relaxing corner area with two armchairs and a coffee table. Charcoal barbecue. Four sun loungers. One parking space within the grounds and a garage.


Pool size: 6 x 3m Depth: 1.45m throughout. Heated pool. Security system: Alarm. Steps.

Changeover day

(January to end of May and October to December non-Saturday arrivals/departures may be considered).
Check-in between 4-8pm. Late arrivals can be arranged but must be requested at least a month in advance. Check-out before 10am.

Included in the rent

  • Bed linen, towels (including pool towels). (Bed linen change for two-week bookings half-way through the stay).
  • Water and electricity (including pool heating and air conditioning).
  • Holiday tax (taxe de sejour).
  • End of stay cleaning. The property and grounds should be left clean and tidy, or a charge may apply.

Other charges

Obligatory charges payable on arrival

  • Security deposit of 400€ payable in cash on arrival and refunded on departure providing there are no damages to the property.

Other information

  • Cot (including bedding) highchair and baby bath available. Please request at time of booking.
  • Hair dryer.
  • Fans available if requested.
  • Pets not accepted.
  • No smoking in the villa.
  • Additional cleaning available on request.


Chateauneuf de Gadagne, Provence

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Nearest beach


Nearest airport(s)

Marseille 77km, Avignon 11km.
Train station (direct trains to Avignon in less than 20 minutes) 300m.


Restaurants and bars  in Chateauneuf de Gadagne (500m). Bakery, supermarket, greengrocer and pharmacy between 1km and 1.5km.

Places to visit nearby

Sunday: Châteaurenard (14km)
Monday: Saint Saturnin les Avignon (4km)
Tuesday: Vedène (7km)
Wednesday: Chateauneuf de Gadagne (1.4km) and Le Thor (4km)
Thursday: Caumont sur Durance (5km)
Friday: Avignon (10km)
Saturday: Le Thor (4km)


L’Isle sur la Sorgue (12km)
L’Isle sur la Sorgue is a pretty market town, much loved for its antique shops and twice weekly markets. Once an important fishing town, with an abundance of crayfish in the River Sorgue, there are also several canals running through the centre. Perhaps, unsurprisingly, the town has been called the Venice of Provence. The river has influenced the development of the town, providing for thriving crafts and industries, flour mills, wool and silk workshops. Many of the waterwheels remain adding to the picturesque charm of the town. Each Sunday there is quite a carnival atmosphere with a flea market, regarded as of the best antique markets in France (Thursday in normal market day).

Avignon (14km)
Avignon, on the banks of the Rhone, is probably best-known these days for the children’s song – Sur le Pont d’Avignon. But for several decades in the 14th century, it was the capital of Christendom, after Pope Clement V moved his court here to avoid the chaos in Rome. The legacy of that papal schism can be seen today in the city’s UNESCO-protected architecture, including the vast Palais des Papes. And nearby Châteauneuf-du-Pape, site of a now-ruined castle built by a later pope, still produces acclaimed red wines. The city’s intact ramparts and pedestrianised centre lend Avignon a small-town, medieval feel. Yet each July, the city goes totally 21st century, as thousands of visitors descend for a contemporary performing arts extravaganza, the Festival d’Avignon.

Oppede le Vieux (24km)
Situated halfway up the northern slopes of the Luberon massif, the dramatic and haunting Oppède le Vieux is coming back to life after years of abandonment. This magnificent little hill-top village is built high on a rocky outcrop. To visit, leave your car in the carpark at the base of the village before following the picturesque path up the hill. You will be enchanted by this historic village and it is a pleasure to wander around this village and admire the charming 15th and 16th century houses that have been skilfully restored.

Gordes (27km)
The village of Gordes is one of the most photographed villages of Provence and a number of famous films such as A Year in Provence or more recently A Good Year directed by Ridley Scott have been set in the village. Just a mile from Gordes is the Village des Bories, an open-air museum made up of twenty or so traditional drystone huts that have been reconstructed in celebration of the skills and beauty of this architectural style which stretches back over many centuries.

Bonnieux (35km)
Bonnieux is one of the most impressive village of the Luberon region not only in size but also in amenities with a whole array of restaurants, cafes, a good market on Friday and even a bakery museum.

Pont du Gard (40km)
The Pont du Gard is a famous Roman aqueduct, UNESCO World Heritage Site and icon of the south of France. It supplied water to Nimes for over five centuries, however by the 9th century it had started to fall into ruin. Much of the aqueduct is still intact today and it is a remarkable site. Nearly 300 metres long and almost 50 metres high it comprises three levels of arches, progressively narrower at each level. Visitors can walk across the aqueduct to appreciate both the architectural achievement and the great views from the top. There is also a mile-long marked trail around the site so you can see the river and bridge from all angles.

Lourmarin (48km)
Much like Oppede le Vieux, Lourmarin is often referred to as the jewel of the region and one of the most beautiful villages in France. A must see and a real delight in the summer with cafes, restaurants, shops and castle.

Luberon Regional Park
This is a region of stunning natural beauty with superb, varied scenery and outstanding views. To the north you will find the wild mountain scenery of the Vaucluse hills and famous Mont Ventoux, To the south the amazing oak and pine covered slopes of the Luberon mountains. The Luberon valley is dotted with vineyards, cherry orchards and lavender fields enhanced by stunning hill-top villages. This region is also renowned for its quality restaurants and locally produced fruit, cheeses, honey and many other irresistible delights. You will also find many very good local vineyards producing excellent Cotes du Luberon and Cotes de Ventoux with tastings available at all the small Domains as well as the two big ‘Cave Cooperatives’. Colourful Provencal fabrics and beautiful table linen are also available in the charming local markets along with a large variety of pottery. Several villages have art galleries where you can view and buy from local artists.

Colorado Provencal (54km)
A unique and colourful desert scenery with yellow and red rock formations in former ochre-mining quarries. This unusual area is perfect for walking with several kilometres of footpaths. The Ochre trail located in Rustrel which is a tiny village dominated by a 17th Century Chateau is worth doing.


Tennis: 2.5km.
Golf: Golf de Morières les Avignon (7km), Vedène (10km).
Horse-riding: 2km.
Theme Park: Parc Spirou Provence with roller coaster and various rides (17km).

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