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Where is Mas des Grand'Terres?

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Mas des Grand’ Terres is situated 8km south of Avignon and 12 km north of St-Remy-de-Provence.

This is the Provence of the Romans and the 14th Century Popes, of Côtes du Rhone wines, of ancient "villages perchés", colourful sprawling markets, wild flowers and herbs, stunning scenery and, of course, good food. To find out a little more about our area, see our links page.

Where precisely?

We've created a Google map with Mas des Grand' Terres (purple map pin) and nearby train stations and airports (pink pins). Click the map (or this link) to open the map in a separate, bigger window and then use it to plan your routes to and from Mas des Grand' Terres. (Click on our map pin to open the Mas des Grand' Terres information panel and then use the "Get Directions" function to plan your route.)

Google Map

Furthermore, we will send you precise written directions describing how to get to Mas des Grand' Terres as part of our booking information when you book.

Getting Here

Currently, you can get to Rognonas in the following ways (that we know of)...

Drive - about 10 hours from Calais, 6 from Paris, 3 from Spain (Catalan border), 2.5 from Nice and the Italian border, 2 hours from Lyon, 50 minutes from Marseille Marignane airport, 40 minutes from Nîmes airport, 20 minutes from Avignon Airport and 10 minutes from Avignon TGV station.

Train - throughout the year there are regular TGV trains to Avignon from Marseille, Paris, Lille, Lyon, Brussels and Geneva.

If travelling from the UK, Eurostar connections at Lille are easy and frequent. During the summer months, there is a weekly (Saturday) direct Eurostar service from London.

Fly - the following nearby airports feature convenient flights from the UK:

Avignon - Edinburgh, Exeter, Leeds/Bradford, Southampton

Marseille - flights from Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Brussels, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Paris

Nîmes - Brussels, East Midlands, Liverpool, London

Montpellier - slightly further away (about 1.5 hours) but offers an alternative destination for many of the above airports

Nice - about 2.5 hours drive, alternative destination for many UK/European airports including Belfast, Berlin and Newcastle

Airlines operating out of these airports