Discover the surroundings

From Moun Pantai, you will have the opportunity to shine in the region and discover a multitude of riches. Towns and villages, museums, festivals, wonders of nature ... the list of things to see in the area is long. From Aix-en-Provence to Marseille, from the quarries of lights to the Calanques, passing by the Provencal villages, you will be spoiled for choice. If you're not sure, ask your hosts for advice, which will lead you to the most important destinations, some of which you may not suspect!

Aix-en-Provence, its heritage, its opera festival ...

About twenty minutes from the village of Ventabren, the beautiful Aix-en-Provence alone deserves a one-day break. A spa town since ancient times, Aix is a particularly lively student city with an exceptional heritage. Stroll along the Cours Mirabeau, stop for a moment on the Place de la Rotonde and its magnificent fountain, then walk the beautiful streets of the old town. Aix-en-Provence is full of small shops, restaurants and terraces, all more welcoming than the others. For music lovers, do not miss in July the international opera festival, one of the largest of its kind in Europe.

Marseille and the Mucem

45 minutes drive from Moun Pantai, Marseille offers you and with it, its many architectural and cultural riches. Visit the iconic basilica Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, built on two levels, topped by the statue of the Virgin and Child. At the port entrance, spend a few hours at Mucem, the Museum of Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean, one of the most visited sites of the Phocaean city.

The Provencal villages

Difficult to stay in Provence without visiting some of the most famous Provencal villages. Sights par excellence, sources of inspiration of past and contemporary artists, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue or Lourmarin are just an hour away from Ventabren. Ask your hosts for the best time of the day or season to get there.


Perched on a hill in a preserved natural setting, the village of Ventabren dominates the Aix countryside, itself overhung by the ruins of the castle of Queen Jeanne. This typical Provencal village is home to some curiosities that are worth a detour: the church dating from the seventeenth century, the main street, the fountains, but also its aqueduct, the Aqueduct Roquefavour, built in the mid-nineteenth, which is considered the largest stone work in the world, with its 400 m long and 83 meters high.


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The beautiful city of the popes: Avignon. City of history, art, culture, shows, Avignon will seduce you with its many facets. Don't miss the Palais des Papes built in the 14th century and the famous Pont d'Avignon. Calvet museum brings together numerous collections of paintings, sculptures, drawings and decorative arts in the magnificent Hotel de Villeneuve-Martignan. Other museums worth visiting include the Petit Palais, the Lapidary Museum, the Angladon Museum and the Lambert Collection.

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