Activities

Joucas
A genuine haven of peace, the village sits amid magnificent landscapes and has winding, picturesque little streets cobbled in the traditional way with stairways, where you stroll about in peace. You will pass by beautiful stone houses and little flower-filled corners to discover all the village’s charms and its various architectural details. You can follow the marked footpaths to discover the beauty of nature surrounding Joucas. Horseback excursions, hot-air ballooning, theatre and cultural activities, photo exhibits, paintings, sculpture…

Joucas

Murs
Murs is a charming little village settled among the Côtes du Ventoux’s vineyards and cherry orchards. You will first notice the 15th century restored castle that looms over Murs. Then you can also take a walk along the “Plague wall” an astonishing stone wall 25 km long…

Murs

Gordes
One of the most beautiful villages in France. Its narrow streets wind among the tall houses built into the bare rock, clinging to its sides. They are alive with a thousand tales and legends. Gordes also preserves the village of the Bories, those curious rounded dry-rock constructions…

Gordes

Roussillon
Roussillon shimmers under an ochre light. Located in the heart of the world’s biggest ochre deposit, it proclaims its mineral uniqueness with an astonishing palette of blazing colours…

Roussillon

Lioux
A gigantic 700 metre-long rocky barrier with crags 100 metres high serves as backdrop to Lioux…

Lioux

Lumière
In the village sits a shrine that is the site of a pilgrimage to the Virgin Marie is celebrated on August 15 of each year…

Cabrières d'avignon
Strolling through the village, you’ll discover its old houses built in dry rock or tastefully restored with rustic filler. You may also enjoy the magnificent 5-hectare forest of large cedars planted in 1860. It cool shade on hot summer days and will delight nature lovers…

Cabrières d'Avignon

Coustellet
Its lavender museum was created by the Lincelé family. Farmers and distillers from father to son for more than five generations, they are the most important producers of fine lavender in the area (80 hectares)…

Coustellet

A little farther on…

L'Isle sur la Sorgue, the Provençal Venice, and its famous antiques market…

L'Isle sur la Sorgue

Fontaine de Vaucluse, the re-emergence, and the descent of the Sorgue in canoe…

Fontaine de Vaucluse

Avignon, the papal palace, the bridge of Avignon…

Avignon

Mont Ventoux, the highest peak in the Vaucluse…

Le Mont-Ventoux

Les Alpilles, the other unique massif in the extension of the Luberon…

Les Alpilles

And many other places to visit, shows, activities and sports to be discovered…

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