810 chemin des Touars, 83440 Callian, Provence, France
+33 (0)4 94 70 71 29 / + 33 (0)6 87 68 19 46
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Our guest house looks like us. You will find a warm and family welcome.
It is with pleasure that we will share with you our passion for nature and the charm of our Provencal region.

The garden

In a privileged environment, you will stay in the middle of olive trees, in a space where nature is preserved.
This peaceful site respects its natural environment.

We favor Mediterranean species that are adapted to their environment. The olive tree is our emblem, we have a quarantine on the property.

We also grow cypresses, pines, rockrose, lavender, thyme, basil … and many other species to discover!

The swimming pool

The deckchairs are waiting for you to spend a pleasant moment in the shade of an olive tree or in the sun on the terrace.

A dip in the water to cool off, play with the kids or swim a little longer.

We transformed the old pool into a pool which gives it an original outline of 11m long and 1.40m deep. Natural treatment is done by salt electrolysis

La Table d'hôte

At our table d’hôte, we take the time to prepare local cuisine with simmering dishes, seasonal products and vegetables with a good taste of the South.
Do you like a zucchini quiche, a 7-hour lamb, a strawberry tiramisu? Served with organic rosé from Var.
Without forgetting the aperitif with orange or fig wine and homemade olive pasta. The meal ends with a coffee or a verbena tea in the garden.

It’s a friendly moment where we share more than one meal.

It’s a moment of life.

The summer kitchen

In fine weather, you will find in a wooden chalet, everything needed to prepare a simple meal.
Fridge, barbecue, microwave, hob, dishes.
Sit on the large outdoor table and look in the small vegetable garden if the basil or a cherry tomato are not ready to enhance your meal!


It is a time to share and discover the region.

You will find a traditional and generous breakfast with many organic products. Homemade jam with fruit from the garden, honey from Mons, yogurt made by Olivier, bread from the village baker and often a cake or bread made by Anne.

Guides and reading enhance this pleasant time of the day …

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