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St Remy’s brandy will reveal Van Gogh’s source of inspiration

The rugged low mountains of Alpilles and St Remy are a picture perfect destination in southern France. The scenic views were repeatedly painted by the Impressionists, and we offer a selection of luxury villas in the Alpilles and St Remy that are masterpieces in their own right. Our range of 18th-century farmhouses, Provençal villas, imposing bastides and glittering poolside maisons will help you find a slice of heaven in a magnificent mountain haven.

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About the Alpilles & St Remy

One of the must-see locations in Provence, the untamed landscape of the Alpilles is blanketed with olive and almond trees, accompanied by the aromatic scent of oak and pine. Grab your binoculars and head out for a short hike to the top of the Alpilles Nature Reserve. You may spot one of the rare bird species that resides here, such as Egyptian vulture or eagle owl.

From the Alpilles, it’s a short and scenic drive to St Remy. At the heart of Provence, this charming village has over 300 days of sunshine each year. Understandably, this makes it an exquisite location for wine production. It’s home to seemingly endless vineyards. Let us book you on a wine tour of the region to sample a few vintages, before choosing your favourite to enjoy in the carefully sculpted gardens of your luxury St Remy villa.

As brandy lovers will know, St Remy is also where this famous spirit is distilled. Often lesser known, is that this carefully balanced fruity French brandy is distilled from eight different varieties of local grape. Perfect for a digestif or nightcap, pick up a bottle directly from the distillery, and enjoy a glass as the sun sinks behind the vineyards of this famous landscape. You’ll soon understand where Van Gogh found his inspiration!

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