THE ELEPHANT at Vaugines benefits from a uniquely privileged situation. It dominates the valley of the Durance River from a calm oasis, amongst palm trees, Mediterranean pines and other exotic plants, offering a panoramic view towards the Montagne Sainte Victoire, made world-famous by Cezanne. The property enjoys a completely natural setting on the southern slopes of the Luberon, overlooking the picturesque village of Vaugines with its moss-covered fountain, winding alleyways and stunningly beautiful 12th C church. Vaugines, along with its totally unspoilt surroundings, was the setting for various scenes in the cult films 'Jeanne de Florette' and 'Manon des Sources', based on the works of Marcel Pagnol, produced by Claude Berri and starring Yves Montand and Emmanuelle Beart.
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