Curating your stay

Shapes, colours, textures, materials and inspiration. Our two countries are rich with some of the most astounding art collections, artists, designers & creators. We would be delighted to reveal those treasures to you, to open the doors of the workshops, museums and galleries or concerts halls. We can always rely on the insights and knowledge of true specialists whose ambition is making the Arts accessible to anyone genuinely interested.

Chateau La Coste is maybe one of the most surprising wine estates in France.

Not only do they make sumptuous biodynamic wines, but they can boast themselves of being one of the most impressive open air architectural and contemporary art exhibitions around. From the art foundation to the massive installations lying in the middle of the vineyards you will be blown away by the boldness and the creativity that resides in this spectacular estate.

With nearly 45,000 sqm spread over three sites, the Mucem is a must-see in Marseille and the Mecca of architecture and heritage.

The first national museum devoted to Mediterranean civilizations for the 21st century, MuCEM (Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations) is also an iconic building opened in 2013 and designed by French architect Rudy Ricciotti famous for realizing several art centres in Europe. More than a museum, this place blends contemporary with archaeological, arts with sociology, inside with outside, … a real sensory experience.

As we are in his city we must pay our respects to Albi’s most celebrated son, the world-famous bohemian painter: Toulouse Lautrec.

Situated in the Palais de la Berbie, an amazing 13th century fortified palace recorded as world heritage by the UNESCO, the entire place is dedicated to the artist has on display more than 1000 original works by Toulouse-Lautrec –the museum brings together the largest public collection in the world after the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. A must be seen, that will help us to understand the history of the arts of the XXth.


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