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Chateau d'Estoublon, Fontvieille

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Chateau d'Estoublon is significantly famous as the producer of supreme quality olive oil and wine. Originally started during the 18th century, this vineyard is still considered the best in the valley of Baux de Provence. While you are on your vacation in Chateau d'Estoublon, you can freely explore the gardens, the vineyards, olive orchards and the Romanesque Chapel. Spread over almost 48 hectares, this place is worth to visit while you get to watch the harvesting of the olives. You can also taste the wine while you explore the vineyards. Using our online itinerary creator, Arles attractions like Chateau d'Estoublon can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Brunch with friends a sunny Sunday. Allowed us to discover the castle which was his Christmas clothes. Magic
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  • Why not make a stop here to try one of France's best olive oil , try the wine and perhaps get some to take home as they make great gifts. 
  • a few years ago the ballad was still friendly and activities during Christmas were at the height of the pleasant time spent. Unfortunately 2 years it n, there's nothing apart from the shop at the bottom without almost any Christmas decoration. This year I wanted to go 24-morning again once the disappointment was great, the cave was closed as well as the store the top, no carousel and when we would drink coffee and hot chocolate for the children, we we are heard in a little friendly that they preferred to focus on new year's Eve night and anyway they n had no license? It seems to me that he n, there needs no license VI to serve coffee. C, is a shame and one thing is for sure I'll now spend my money elsewhere and don't set foot, this isn't the typical and charming corners that are lacking in our beautiful Provence
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