Set above a hill-top village in the Upper Var, a sanctuary for fans of old stones, the Château de Moissac-Bellevue was, in the early 17th century, a country retreat for a noble Provençal family. Revelling in its exemplary, prize-winning restoration, it surveys the valley where rolling countryside with vines and olive-trees stretches as far as the eye can see. Sobre, patrimonial, unique, with its monumental entrance hall, vast drawing-rooms and dining-rooms opening out to the gardens, its imposing kitchen, its bedrooms and boudoir-bathrooms rising up to the attics, the Château personifies a harmonious art of living in the sunlight of Provence.