DISCOVER LE THOR AND ITS SURROUNDINGS
The Domaine de La Bastide Rose is located in the town of Thor, not far from the charming village of L’Isle-sur-Sorgue. Discover the many riches of Provence: the typical villages of the Alpilles and Luberon, the Giant of Provence, Mont Ventoux an hour from our charming guest house. Unmissable, these emblematic cities of the South of France, Avignon, the city of the Popes, Orange and Vaison-la-Romaine, ancient cities … Land of history and culture, Provence is an inexhaustible source of visits. Poppy Salinger will be able to advise you some cultural and architectural treasures, festivals, museums, which are not to be missed.
AVIGNON AND ITS FESTIVAL
During your stay in our bed and breakfast near L’Isle-sur-Sorgue, treat yourself to a getaway in about 35 minutes from the domain of La Bastide Rose, in the city of the Popes, Avignon. The Notre-Dame des Doms cathedral and its garden, the Palais des Papes, the historic center of the city and of course the Pont d’Avignon are a must. But perhaps you will have the chance to visit the Festival d’Avignon which takes place each year in July, considered as one of the most important events of theater and contemporary show in the world.
The Provencal villages
Difficult to stay in Provence without exploring the Provencal villages.
Among the most famous, Lourmarin less than an hour from the estate of La Bastide Rose; Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, less than 40 minutes away … Also, our luxury bed and breakfasts are close to L’Isle-sur-Sorgue, just 10 minutes away.
The Angladon Museum Jacques Doucet Collection
Vincent Van Gogh, Amedeo Modigliani, Paul Cezanne, Pablo Picasso …
The Angladon Museum, Jacques Doucet collection, installed in a superb eighteenth century mansion in Avignon, is home to some of the world’s most famous jewels of painting. The museum cares for its visitors, including workshops for children.
Notre Dame du Lac
Built in the 17th century, Notre-Dame-du-Lac is a masterpiece of Romanesque art, already incorporating some Gothic elements, such as the domed warheads that dot its nave.
It was classified as a historic monument in 1832. Since then, it has attracted many tourists while inspiring artists and writers. A visit to this charming monument is well worth the detour!