Discover Beaumes-de-Venise, Vaucluse and Provence from Chez Marius…


Vaucluse and Drôme Provençale offer many remarkable tourist sites (Luberon Regional Natural Park, Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, Sénanque Abbey, etc.) or towns and villages like Avignon (Palais of Popes, Pont Saint-Bénézet, ramparts, museums, etc.), Gordes*, Lourmarin*, Venasque*, Séguret*, Ménerbes*, Roussillon* (ochres), L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue (antiques, flea markets), Carpentras and Cavaillon (markets, Jewish heritage, synagogues, etc.), Orange (theater and ancient remains), Dieulefit (ceramics)…
* classified as “the most beautiful villages in France”

The activities available nearby are rich and varied, all year round thanks to our favorable climate:
climbing, hiking, cycling and mountain biking (Cycles Louison, bicycle store located in the village), tennis, golf, horse riding, skiing and snowshoeing in winter at the Mont-Serein station (25 minutes away) or that of Chalet Reynard, fishing and relaxation at Lac du Paty in Caromb, rivers.

In the summer, numerous cultural festivities enliven the region (Avignon Festival, Chorégies d’Orange, Estivales de Carpentras, Dance Festival in Vaison-la-Romaine, Lacoste, Luberon, etc.).

But Chez Marius, you can also simply relax!

For all tourist information:
Beaumes-de-Venise Tourist Office – Maison des Dentelles
Phone : +33 (0) 6 76 97 89 07
Vaucluse Departmental Tourism Committee

Our seasonal rentals are located in Beaumes-de-Venise, in Vaucluse, 9 km from Carpentras and 38 km from Avignon.
This pretty little Provençal village nestles at the foot of the famous Dentelles de Montmirail and is located near the “Giant” of Provence: Mont-Ventoux (1912 m).

Classified as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, this massif is an excellent starting point for fabulous hiking, cycling (routes regularly used by the Tour de France) or mountain biking.

The village has preserved historical remains to discover: parish church (16th century), chapel of Notre-Dame d’Aubune (9th and 10th century), prehistoric caves of Ambrosi and Rocalinaud, remains of the feudal castle (12th century), the ancient heart of the village, the ramparts, fountains, as well as its traditions: the olive oil mill (“La Balméenne” olive oil cooperative), the cooperative cellar…

Indeed, Beaumes-de-Venise is renowned for its wines classified as Côtes du Rhône, in particular its famous Muscat which you can taste at Chez Marius, in the shade, at the foot of a tree.

Our vineyard is located on the Wine Route, near those of Gigondas, Vacqueyras or Cairanne or the Côtes du Ventoux. You will find in the region a very large number of cooperatives, estates, tasting cellars and independent producers.

Shops, market and restaurants are less than a kilometer away. Depending on the seasons, you can discover the local specialties such as truffles, olives and their derived products, asparagus, lavender, strawberries, cherries, cartons, candied fruits or the thirteen Provençal Christmas desserts…

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