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The whole chain of the Alps spread out before you... At 1912m in altitude, Mont Ventoux is Provence’s highest peak, and the highest point in the interior of France outside the Alps and the Pyrenees.
Though “only” 1912m, it stands out from an otherwise flat Mediterranean, and the views from and near the summit are jaw-dropping. From Malaucène at 350m, and towards the summit, you’ll move from Mediterranean vegetation to arctic flowers in just 2 days of walking, and along every level of vegetation in between: from thyme to arctic poppies, from vines to mountain pine, from wall lizard to chamois (wild mountain goats).
You’ll be along seldom used paths, and have an authentic chalet experience in Provence, cool mountain air and extraordinary scenery.
Choose your level of comfort according to your wish & budget !
> For a single room ( 1 pers. ) a single supplement will be charged> See in our TRIP INFO section> Keep in mind that your trip is always subject to availability
Located in the centre of Malaucène - at the foot of the majestic Mont Ventoux - the hotel–restaurant Le Blueberry welcomes you in a friendly and family atmosphere.
Set on the northern slopes of Mont Ventoux, under its imposing summit and overlooking the entire chain of the French Alps : the perfect base from which to explore the trails of the mountain.
his intimate chalet only has 5 rooms. The rooms are simple, cosy and comfortable You'll be welcomed with open arms by the Arnaud family.
Charming hotel - set in a majestic 18th century mansion house - with a beautiful garden and a swimming pool.
Set at the foot of Provence’s highest peak Mont Ventoux, in the heart of the village.
The rates are per person, on a 2 pers. basis and subject to availability
The rates are per person, on a 2 pers. minimum reservation basis ( shared room), and subject to availability
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