Villas for rent in the Avignon Area

Located at the confluence of the Rhone and Durance rivers, Avignon, known by the nursery song ‘Sur le Pont d’Avignon’, (the real life Pont Saint Benezet), is probably more famous for the imposing Palais des Papes built when the papacy moved to Avignon in the 14 century. Strategically situated high above the River Rhône and encircled by medieval ramparts, Avignon's walled town is a warren of cobbled streets, lantern-lit passageways and architectural treasures. Bathed in the brilliant light of Provence, this former papal enclave has long attracted artists as well as those in search of cultural entertainment. Every summer Avignon hosts the Festival of the Performing Arts at venues throughout the city followed by the annual jazz festival in August. An area dominated by the Rhone valley, this is serious wine growing country with one of the most famous wine regions nearby, Châteauneuf-du-Pape considered by many to be one of the finest of the Côtes-du-Rhône appellations.

4 villas found

Bastide de Venaissin, Mazan

6 Bedrooms, Sleeps 12

Nestled in the foothills of Mont Ventoux surrounded by picturesque vineyards and olive trees this exceptional villa is close to the village of Mazan and just a 25 minute drive from Avignon.

Weekly Rates from 6570 Euros

Mas des Grands Espaces, Barbentane

6 Bedrooms, Sleeps 12

Superb mas with uniquely contemporary interiors and infinity pool, located on the outskirts of the village of Barbentane, close to Avignon.

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Weekly Rates from 8790 Euros to 10320 Euros

Chateau de Languedoc, Saint Victor la Coste

10 Bedrooms, Sleeps 20

Lovingly restored 16th century chateau with pool, located in the village of Saint Victor la Coste, situated between Avignon in Provence and the charming market town of Uzes in Languedoc.

Weekly Rates from 23870 Euros

La Ferme des Vignes, Avignon

10 Bedrooms, Sleeps 20

This farmhouse with grounds of 2 hectares is located close to the village of Valreas, capital of the l’Enclave des Papes, which is part of the Vaucluse department, though it is encircled by Drome Provencale. The region is justly famous for the quality of its Cotes du Rhone wines, including such stellar names as; Cairanne, Gigondas, Vacqueyras, Chateauneuf- du-Pape. The closest of which is just a mouth watering 20 minutes away.

Weekly Rates from 17000 Euros