Ménerbes, a village perched on its rock, dominated by its 16th century Citadel, is steeped in the memory of the artists and writers who lived there:
Nicolas de Staël, Picasso, Dora Maar, Joe Downing, Jane Eakin, Peter Mayle, François Nourrissier, ...
Ménerbes never ceases to enchant and fully deserves to be included among the most beautiful villages in France.
From the Mas du Magnolia, in 20 minutes, you have access to the most beautiful evocative sites of the Luberon:
Lacoste (Marquis de Sade, Pierre Cardin), Bonnieux, Roussillon and its ochres, Gordes (Sénanque Abbey, village of Bories), Oppède le Vieux, Lourmarin (Albert Camus), Isle sur la Sorgue (René Char, village of antique dealers ), Fontaine de Vaucluse (Petrarch), ...
A little further away, the summer festivals of Provence:
Aix-en-Provence, Orange, La Roque d'Anthéron, Avignon.
And nearby, "Les Musicales du Luberon" and "concerts at sunset in Oppède le Vieux".