Activities in the area
Cinéma Pathé à Plan de Campagne: the Pathé Plan de Campagne movie theatre (10 minutes by car from our establishment) welcomes you 365 days a year to experience pure cinematic bliss! Take the opportunity to discover the IMAX Laser, 4DX and Dolby Atmos experiences. You can extend your experience by visiting the convivial spaces provided, including the Salon Starbucks.
Décathlon Village: An innovative concept in a huge complex 5 minutes by car from our establishment. The Decathlon Village comprises several brands in the same location, offering the opportunity to practice the sport of your choice, alone or in a group (climbing, squash, free fall simulator, tree climbing, mini-golf, etc.).
Les Jardins d´Albertas (200 metres from the residence): Since their creation around 1640, the Jardins d´Albertas have kept their original layout intact. Without doubt one of the most beautiful parks in Provence, this green space epitomises the art of 17th century garden design. Recharge your batteries alone or with your family in this serene park where even time seems to hold its breath to listen to the rustle of the wind in the trees and the endless sighing of the fountains.
La Pignata: An amusement park, just 5 minutes away by car, suitable for children aged 3 to 15. Trampolines, ball pools, adventure course, mini-motorbike, games room, inflatable structures… Plenty to keep the kids happy while you relax.
The Atelier Paul Cézanne: The light of this part of the country inspired the great artist, illuminating his creative path to the threshold of abstraction. Today, you can experience the world of Cézanne in Aix-en-Provence. See the streets, buildings and landscapes that were an integral part of the life and work of the father of modern painting, then visit the purpose-built studio where so many masterpieces were born ...
Centre d’Art de l’hôtel de Caumont: The Hôtel du Caumont Art Centre is housed in an 18th century mansion. It offers superb temporary exhibitions, rooms restored to their historic prime, as well as delightful formal gardens.
Vasarely Foundation: Inaugurated in 1976, the Aix-en-Provence Architectural Centre, listed as a Historic Monument in 2013, is where you can find a permanent collection of large-scale artworks created by the Hungarian-born French artist Victor Vasarely. At the heart of a luminokinetic building designed by Vasarely himself, 16 hexagonal modules present 44 monumental Intégrations Architectoniques whose common thread is optical art.