Seeing the Hilltop Riviera Domaine for the first time, you might quite justifiably think that it was result of several centuries of changes and additions. In fact the castle was built in exactly one year, in 1927. Couëlle, the famous architect, visionary and ecologist, was only 26 years old in 1927 when he designed this building. It was just one of a series for which he was responsible in the region between the two World Wars. The Hilltop Riviera Domaine assembles architectural elements from the 12th, 15th and 16th centuries. These elements came from ruins in the Pyrenees and Provence, and in giving them a new life in a new building, he saved them from destruction.
Wedding in Provence
Both convivial and discreet this charming 15th century manor situated in the heart of Provence offers you the opportunity to savor the magic of the countryside of Provence in an intimate and picture-perfect setting for a destination wedding. The manor welcomes guests on its shaded terrace or poolside.
In the small towns, on the country roads of Provincial France, lies a historic beauty of absolute serenity. Built in the 12th century, the Ancient Countryside Castle's ivy covered stone walls overlook the hills of Provence. Landscaping and gardens reminiscent of Italian influence, magnify the expanse of rolling hills and calming winds. A Traditional French wedding of serenity, delicate cuisine, and natural beauty await in this Provence wedding destination.
Peaceful images of rural landscapes are conjured when one imagines Provence. Tranquil settings of quaint villages, Frenchmen playing "boules" in sleepy village squares, the odors of orange groves, olive trees and fields of lavender permeate the air and tickle the senses.
This isolated property is at the heart of the Provence. Pine trees, cicadas, tranquility: all the ingredients are present to make your stay a once in a lifetime experience.
An enchanting manor serves as a wedding venue for the refined couple looking for an authentic and picturesque country retreat. Located in the heart of Provence, this splendidly renovated farmhouse boasts an exceptional view of Mount Ventoux, the highest summit in the Vaucluse region. The location is perfect for a couple seeking a blend of tradition and modernity in a destination wedding in France.