Hokay, so, I know there is a giant incredible castle here—where you can stay in luxury—but the crown jewel in my opinion is the olive tree at the right edge of the frame. There are five or six giant olive trees in the back garden that range in age—the okdest two are 1800+ YEARS old. Not planted in 1800. They are 1800 YEARS old, making them my favorite surprise of this stop. We also had the pleasure of experiencing a wine tasting led by the resident sommelier, Pierre. Though we didn’t stay here, we definitely had a luxurious experience complete with a self-guided tour of the grounds, vines, hen house, and insect hotel. PLUS the jasmine game here is A+.