History of the Village
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Legend has it that the Provence hameau (hamlet), the current heart of Coquillade Village, was built in the 11th century by Cistercian monks of the Senanque Abbey; the first vineyards were added two centuries later.
Fast forward to the present: Coquillade Village, which derived its name from the Provençale word for the Eurasian skylark bird, has evolved into a charming village with a prime hillside location with 42 hectares of vineyards, forest and lavender fields, overlooking the Luberon national park.
The village boasts 63 rooms and suites, three restaurants and bars, a 1500-square-meter spa, critically acclaimed Aureto winery and exclusive cycling center.