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Coquillade Village

Forty hectares of wine and welfare

This wine resort takes its name from couquilado, meaning crested lark in Provençal – in years gone by it was a nesting site for birds migrating during winter. Sixty-three beautiful restored villas and suites nestled in greenery comprise this hamlet, each unique in design with their own patios, pools and Jacuzzis.


Exploring the stunning surroundings is easy – the BMC Cycling Center offers a selection of mountain and electric bikes. Relax after your exertions in the 1,500sq m spa, a recent addition to the estate with treatments incorporating olive oil, wine and grapes from the local vineyard.


Produce from the estate is also used at its three restaurants: Le Gourmet, Il Ristorante and Le Bistrot, the latter of which sees chef Christophe Renaud creatively combining locally sourced cheeses, organic meats and rare vegetables into majestic Mediterranean dishes.


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