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The Mas de Passipaou, guest house, is a Provencal farmhouse of character in the Luberon Regional Nature Park. Surrounded by vineyards, our five rooms 'Pagnol', 'Bosco', 'Daudet', 'Giono' and 'Mistral' are available under a B&B formula.

Breakfasts will be served to you in the main room or in the garden. There is also a communal kitchen where you can prepare simple meals, if you wish. Enjoy our TV lounge and its library, the garden and the swimming pool...

In order to give you the best hospitality, Laurent and I have taken great care to renovate the premises while preserving their authenticity... The "Three Keys" quality standard granted by  the CléVacances national network guarantees you a very good level of comfort.

Jean-Jacques Galmot

An authentic 18th-century Provençal mas
An ancient farmhouse with stable, the Mas de Passipaou has kept all its original character.
In a garden with terraces
Cypresses, olive trees,  lavender and rosemary, and mulberry trees decorate the garden of Passipaou, surrounded by vineyards.
Close to Aix-en-Provence and Manosque
In the heart of the regional nature park of Luberon, on the southern side of the mountain, the Mas de Passipaou faces the perched village of Grambois.


Bed & Breakfast formula 
  • breakfast included
  • served in the spacious dining room or in the garden

At your disposal 
  • use of the communal kitchen
  • spacious dining room
  • TV lounge with a library
Together with 
  • WiFi access
  • Swimming pool (9x5m)
  • Relaxing spaces in the garden
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In each room

  • Double bed
  • Shower-rooom
  • Toilet
  • WiFi access
  • Renewed setting
  • Traditional atmosphere
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La source de Passipaou

A spring in the Pays d'Aigues

At Passipaou, a spring sings night and day : its soothing water runs along the garden, at the foot of the olive trees and the fig tree, and gets lost further below into the river Eze then the Durance.


In the heart of Luberon

 At the foot of the perched village of Grambois, a half hour away from Aix-en-Provence or Manosque, one hour from Marseille or Avignon.

How to get there