Situated between the Alpilles and the Camargue, Le Moulin d' Aure is the ideal place to experience the true Provencal life.
Enter on a driveway which passes through a stand of centuries old pine trees and leave the world behind. The olive grove which greets you tells you that you have arrived at Le Moulin d'Aure.
Enter the world of le Moulin d' Aure. Discover the Batisse and le Mas which compose le Moulin d'Aure. Provencal traditions of old tiles, iron work and colored quilts have all been respectfully used in the decorations of your home away from home.
Here the owners will welcome you in the finest Provencal traditions with a sunny and friendly Italian accent. And they will share with you their philosophy of genuine hospitality, the very best of gastronomy which is a fine blend of Provence and Italy and the finest of wines from an exceptional wine list.
High season: from March 16th to October 15th and from December 24th to December 31st
Low season: from January 1st to March 15th and from October 16th to December 23rd
Check in 15h / Check out 11h30.
The half pension price (breakfast and dinner) is 45 Euro per person and day for a minimum of 3 nights (on high season only).
The continental breakfast is 12 Euro per person and the hotel proposes you on high season a buffet breakfast (16 Euro).
Animals are accepted in the 15 Euro price list a day.
The additional bed (bring to room deluxe only) is 25 Euro and baby cots 10 Euro.
Secure parking lot under video surveillance.
Air conditioning, Balcony, Bar, Car rental shuttle / counter, Computer/Business center, Dining room, Eco friendly, Efficiency, Entertainment, Family plan, Fire safety system, Fireplace, Free WIFI in public spaces, Free WIFI in room, Gift shop, Free parking, Phone service, Restaurant, Room service, Safe deposit box at reception, Small pets allowed.
A century old olive grove is facing La Batisse providing a shady respite from the Provencal sun. Lawn chairs and a sunny spot invite you to relax, read a book and enjoy a drink. The swimming pool and its large pink Bay trees face Le Mas. But if your prefer cool shade, there is a century old Poplar tree and a vine-covered iron arbor for your nap.
The majestic swimming pool and its sun baths in a bosky bower tighten you the arms for a rest deserved well each one will be able to find its place in the park of more than one hectare.
The Domain, green setting with its magnificent Olive grove, situated in the heart of Provence, expensive to Van Gogh, is a base dreamed to welcome your Seminar.
A hotel of 19 spacious rooms in the smart fortuitous spirit, and its Gourmet Restaurant, its shaded terrace opening on a magnificent warmed swimming pool invites your future seminarists to live an event of exception.
Seminarist rooms (situated to Graveson center): The hotel provides you with a Plenary room, equipped with Wifi, which can welcome 30 persons.
Audio and video equipment, Internet access, Copy/print service available, Fax, Banquet facilities.
Personalized program on request: Rally surprised or discovered, Visit and tasting in one of the most beautiful wine growing estate of Alpilles, Cooking courses, Care in the Spa of Beaumanière, First flight in Glider, Hiking and more…
English, Spanish, French, Italian, Serbian.
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Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Le Moulin d' Aure. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate
Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Le Moulin d' Aure. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate.
Route de Saint-Rémy-de-Provence 13690 Graveson en Provence − France
33 (0) 188.8.131.52.05
Fax: 33 (0) 184.108.40.206.84
Airport of Avignon (15km). Airport Marseille Marignane (45mins). Airport of Nimes-Garons. Airport of Montpellier. Airport of Lyon. Airport of Nice. Airport Charles de Gaulle at 3h from Avignon.
Paris - AvignonTGV: 2h40mn. TGV are available all day, every hours.
Coming on the A7: Take the exit Avignon Sud, follow direction Chateaurenard. When you are in the village of Chateaurenard take direction Tarascon/Arles/Graveson on the D28, then take direction Saint Remy de Provence, Maillane on your left, D5. The Moulin d'Aure is at 100m on your right.
Coming from the TGV Station: Take direction Arles Tarascon N570 for 13 km. At the round about take direction Chateaurenard (D28), then the 2nd on your right direction Saint Rémy Maillane D5. We are situated at 100m on the right.
Le Moulin d'Aure has the good fortune to be located in the heart of some of the nicest sites in Provence:
The Valley of Les Baux de Provence, Avignon, Arles and St.Remy.
The Luberon mountains and its perched villages, the Alpilles and the Camargue are all within a short driving distance from the hotel.
To your leisure, you can discover a region full of history, traditions, artisans and craftsman.
You can discover this land where men and women live their lives in rhythm with the seasons of the sun.
Between the two branches of the Rhone River, the Camargue is a large plain between marshes and the Mediterranean Sea.
The flora and fauna are unique to this region. It is a wild land of the French cowboy and the inhabitants who depend on the mystery and wildness of this unique landscape. Discover the natural area by biking around the main pond of Vaccares or horseback riding to admire wild bulls or pink flamingos in their natural environment. Fishing and rice cultivation are important in the lives of the Camarguese. This is an area heavily influenced by the Spanish and Gypsy cultures.
Arles is the gateway to the Camargue. The beautiful Arlaten Museum recalls the traditons of Arles and the Camargue of the past with great exhibitions of costumes, embroideries and artifacts of daily life. The Museum of Antique Arles provides the visitor with a very complete retrospective of the Roman influences in Arles. Along with the Roman theatre, neither museum should be missed by the visitor to Provence. The most well known resident of Arles was the painter Van Gogh. Here he lived and painted some of his most famous works. But it is in St. Remy that you will find the most influences of Van Gogh.
The Alpilles hills
This chain of mountains with its wind beaten, steep reliefs is an exceptional place to visit. The famous citadel of Les Baux de Provence sits atop this chain like a crown jewel.
Standing in this citadel, you will have unobstructed views of the Luberon and the Mediterranean.
All around the mountains you will discover small villages where the rhythm of life begins with the morning market and the seasonal offerings of fragrances, tastes and products of Provence. The countryside smells of thyme, rosemary, savory. We recommend that you make a picnic among the olive groves and orchards. Or take a long walk among the golden wheat fields, the lavender fields and the vineyards. Then you will begin to experience the rhythm of life in the real Provence.
This is a region to discover slowly by following the sun. The sun which gives the life giving energy to the plants and trees. And the sunlight which has challenged painters to capture on canvas for centuries.
The mountains of the Luberon, 25 kilometers from the Alpilles, are home to the jewel box collection of perched villages: Gordes, Menerbes, Oppede le Vieux or Bonnieux. They offer unique architecture, extraordinary panoramic vistas and an ambience that is unforgettable.
The soil is a natural palette of colors from deepest red to the palest yellow which originate in the nearby ochre quarries.
You will discover art galleries and artists' studios tucked away in almost secret places on the narrow, stoned paved streets.
Avignon is at the crossroads of history of Provence and the Languedoc, and between Spain and Italy. You will discover a walled Medieval city with the Pope's Palace and its spectacular architecture at its' center.
It is a town of performing arts and the entire month of July is dedicated to the international theatre festival.
The shopping area of town, within the ramparts, allows you a shopping experience on a very human scale. You will find the finest of contemporary and designer clothes, along with traditional ceramics, santons and pottery. Their are many fine restaurants. A speciality candy is "La Papaline". It is a sweet candy made of chocolate and oregano liquer. This shopping area is completely accessible by walking.