We look forward to welcoming you to L'Ermitage. Be assured of our dedication so that your stay gives you all the pleasure and rest expected! Welcome
From Lyon, via the A31/A7 motorway, exit Bollène direction Vaison-La-Romaine (35 km). Pass Vaison, direction Malaucène on 3 km. At the roundabout of Crestet, 250 m and take road of Sainte Anne on the right in front of the Pizzeria La Loupiote.
From Marseille, via the A7 motorway, exit Carpentras, direction Malaucène. Pass Malaucène direction Vaison-La-Romaine and after 6 km, turn left on the road to Sainte Anne in front of the Pizzeria La Loupiote.
From the Loupiote, you still have 600 m to reach the Hermitage.
Remember to bring a big smile and an inexhaustible dose of good humor…
Don't forget to leave all your worries at home!
Incidentally, remember to book good restaurants before your arrival because they are very popular in season. The same goes for bicycles.
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Check-in possible from 03:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Our secure car park (access code communicated upon arrival) offers spacious spaces for all our customers.
Upon arrival, to unload your luggage, you can walk up the stairs in front of the Poolhouse.
For tenants of the Cottage, you can reach our inner courtyard (wooden gate 100 m after the main entrance) for the unloading of luggage before reaching the car park.
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Our phone numbers are 0033769399058 or 00352661696900
In case of arrival after 18:00, please let us know in advance to ensure our presence and confirm your arrival time by SMS during the trip + 33 7 69 39 90 58
In case of absence, the access code to the property and / or key boxes will be communicated to you by phone.
We invite you to read the attached rules of the Hermitage.
Summers in Provence are very dry, during your stay, we thank you for ensuring that:
Disinfectant gel is available at various points of the property.
In case of symptoms during your stay, please inform us and no longer frequent the common areas.
Air conditioning and TV user manuals are available in the accommodation.
Pets are allowed (extra charge) with the prior agreement of the owners.
Under no circumstances should animals cause discomfort (noise, hygiene) or fear for other guests of the property.
In case of unavailability of your accommodation upon arrival, you can leave your luggage and enjoy the property.
Our two cottages have a private plancha.
The Poolhouse offers a barbecue and gas plancha to handle carefully and clean after each use.
The cottages have a washing machine.
Our Poolhouse offers a washing machine available to guests at the price of 2.5 € per cycle (laundry and anti-limescale product included)
We have cots (cot + comfort mattress) to book (10 € / night) before your arrival
All rooms and cottages are air-conditioned.
In order to conserve energy, we require that all windows and doors be closed when using air conditioning.
For guests who reside in the rooms, our Poolhouse offers a spacious, modern and fully equipped kitchen.
Guests can enjoy the terrace of the poolhouse to enjoy their meal with family or friends overlooking the pool, garden and baronies.
Safety: glass tableware is exclusively reserved for the Poolhouse and its terrace.
In the vicinity of the pool and in the garden, guests will use the plastic glassware
Our jacuzzi is accessible on request in advance to allow us to put it at temperature
Books are available in our library. To read on the spot!
The buffet breakfast is served from 8: 00 to 10: 00 on the terrace in front of the house.
It is included in the services of the guest rooms and can be served for an extra charge (12.5 € / p / day) to the guests of the cottages.
Wifi Hermitage free access on the property. Password: hermitage84
For the Cottage, specific network whose name and password are registered on the router.
Ping-pong table available free of charge in front of the poolhouse
Tennis court available next to the Town Hall of Crestet 600 m from the Hermitage. On-site information.
Gîtes and Poolhouse: please sort your waste as follows:
+ The swimming pool is reserved for private use. Guests are allowed to use it under their sole responsibility
+ Under no circumstances can a child be left alone at the pool. In such a case, parents will ensure that the roller shutter (pool security system) is closed.
+ Water restriction : in order to cope with water restriction measures, guests will avoid diving or any other gesture ("bomb", jet, etc.) likely to project the water out of the pool
+ The pool will be used during daylight hours and at the latest until 21: 00.
+ For safety reasons, the use of crockery and glassware is exclusively reserved for the Poolhouse and its terrace. Plastic utensils are available in the Poolhouse for use in the gardens and around the pool.
+ Any equipment belonging to L'Ermitage that is not waterproof (towels, mattresses, etc.) will be brought back inside after each use or at the latest at the end of the day.
Our bowling alley of 14 m by 4 below the pool is accessible free of charge all day and evening. The balls are available in the Poolhouse.
A first aid kit is available in the cottages and at the reception
Olive oil of the property: 7,5 € the bottle of 20cl and 30 € the bottle 1L
All rooms and cottages are equipped with smart tv:
The main remote control allows you to control the TV which has various applications (Rakuten, Netflix, etc.).
The second remote control allows you to control the Chromcast (Orange box in the TOUR Carrée suite) which will give you access to other applications including MOLOTOV (see below).
Make sure the TV is on the HDMI source of the Chromcast.
PS: no Chromcast in the Gite Lavande (direct access to MOLOTOV) and the small room of the Wisteria Suite
The cottages have a sound bar* (small Samsung remote control). Make sure it's on 'DIN' for TV.
*you can synchronize the soundbar with your smartphone (Pairingvia remote control option) to listen to music (in "BT" mode for Bluetooth)
Our Poolhouse has a secure space to store and/or recharge your bikes.
Some cards are available in the paper version of our welcome booklet. We recommend the app Komoot - trekking and cycling which offers you hiking trails (on foot or by road bike or mountain bike) from your location or any place to be defined.
You can also follow me on Strava Eric Geelen - Hermitagecrestet. Com and download my favorite routes.
If you want to rent a bike (to be booked before your stay), you can opt for all types of bikes from:
We organize tables d'hôtes once or twice a week according to the request. The menu and prices are displayed on the terrace in front of the house.
Reservations are made during breakfast.
The Hermitage has on the first floor a common lounge accessible to read (library) but also to play billiards (reserved for people over 16 years old or children accompanied by their parents)
Countless hikes are accessible from the Hermitage or a few kilometers by car.
Without being exhaustive, we can mention the massif of the Dentelles de Montmirail (just behind the house), the foothills of the Ventoux, the Valley of Toulourenc or Nesque.
We will be happy to give you more details on site.
We recommend the app Komoot - trekking and cycling which offers you hiking trails (on foot or by bike) from your location or any place to be defined.
The Provençal markets have become one of the regional emblems of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur. Traditional markets held in a city or village are events that are both a celebration of local identity and a collective event in which everyone is both participant and spectator, as well as a meeting place where everyone is equal and no one is excluded.
Whether in a room with refined architecture or outdoors, their stalls offer a multitude of products. Over the seasons, the organizers will accompany these festive moments with evening entertainment in summer on public holidays or in winter during Christmas markets. Local producers will offer you their fruits and vegetables.
Provence, with its typical markets, will unveil its products with the scents of thyme and lavender in the air.
• Monday / Monday: Bedoin, Mazan, Saint Didier, Cavaillon
• Tuesday / Tuesday: Beaumes de Venise, Caromb, Mormoiron, Vaison-La-Romaine, Gordes
• Wednesday / Wednesday: Malemort du Comtat, Malaucène, Sault, Villes sur Auzon, Buis les Baronnies
• Thursday / Thursday: Isle sur la Sorgue, Vacqueyras, Nyons
• Friday / Friday: Carpentras, Chateauneuf du pape
• Saturday / Saturday: Aubignan, Le Barroux, Malemort du Comtat, Pernes les Fontaines, Vaison-la-Romaine (producers), Avignon
• Sunday : Isle sur la Sorgue (particularly for antiques and decorative items), Monteux, Mormoiron, Sarrians
For more information, you can consult Farmers' markets of Vaucluse - Provences Web
Vaison-la-Romaine… The name makes its history clear, as "Romaine" means "Roman" in French! This town in Vaucluse indeed has a rich Roman heritage represented by the impressive remains of Villasse and Puymin. Covering fifteen or so hectares, the two sites are evidence of the scale and splendour of the ancient Gallo-Roman city of Vasio, forming France's biggest archaeological site! On the Puymin site, the Théo Desplans Museum contains some wonderful archaeological collections: marble statues, funerary and everyday objects, and fresco and mosaic decorations. A listed Historic Monument, the single arch Roman bridge over the Ouvèze connects the town centre to the Upper Town (Haute Ville), providing another reminder of this rich ancient past.
Vaison-la-Romaine also has a medieval heritage that is very much in evidence. Discover it on a walk around the Upper Town, after crossing the Roman bridge. Perched on a rock, this picturesque neighbourhood is protected by a double enclosure of ramparts and a fortified door topped by a belfry, marking the entrance to the medieval town. As you stroll around, you can admire beautiful houses, pretty squares and art galleries. A wander along the charming lanes will lead you to an old cathedral dating from the 15th to 18th centuries as well as the castle of the Counts of Toulouse. Accessible via a steep path, this ruined building dates back to the 12th century and offers a splendid view of Vaison and the surrounding area from its forecourt!
A beautiful example of Provençal Romanesque architecture, the Cathedral of Our Lady of Nazareth and its peaceful cloister date from the 11th and 12th centuries. Built on the site of an ancient Roman temple, of which a few vestiges still remain, the church has kept a fine octagonal cupola adorned with the symbols of the Four Evangelists. In the same architectural style, the Chapel of St. Quenin is interesting with its 12th-century triangular apse and lavish carved decorations.
Before you leave, pay a visit to the Garden of the 9 Maidens (Jardin des 9 Damoiselles), a poetic and philosophical space featuring 81 carved granite stones! Nine of them represent the nine European cities of culture in the year 2000. And each one is engraved with a quote from a local poet, in its original language and translated into French.
At the foot of Mount Ventoux, in the Baronnies, lies a wild and beautiful site, the Toulourenc Gorges, rightly considered to be one of Haute-Provence's most scenic spots.
Starting from its source near the village of Aulan, the River Toulourenc has dug deep gorges into the rock near the hamlet of Veaux. Accessible via Mollans-sur-Ouvèze, in Drôme, or Malaucène, in Vaucluse, this landscape fashioned by nature is awe-inspiring!
The Toulourenc Gorges also offer some rather special walks. Indeed, when the water is shallow in the summer, you can walk along the riverbed with your feet in the water for a few kilometres. Tiny beaches where you can stop for a rest are also dotted here and there, to the delight of walkers.
Perched on a rocky spur, Aulan Castle towers proudly over the Toulourenc Valley. Its origins date back to the Middle Ages. Still intact, it cuts an imposing figure in the landscape with its towers and high walls.
Once upon a time there was an imposing castle at the heart of Vaucluse, facing Mount Ventoux. Towering over the village of the same name, Barroux Castle was originally a mighty fortress built in the 12th century. Back then, it was surrounded by thick walls and its keep provided a watchtower to spot any attacking enemies. Its strategic position between Provence and Dauphiné gave it the status of a border and toll house. In the 16th century, when it became the property of Henri de Rovigliasc, Count of Veynes, it was turned into a beautiful Renaissance home, but it was later damaged during the Wars of Religion and the Revolution. Not to mention a terrible fire during the Second World War, which was only put out after 10 days.
Now a listed Historic Monument and open to visitors, this remarkable building opens its doors for you to discover its attractions and eventful history. You can also take the opportunity to enjoy a very scenic view over the Comtat Venaissin plain!
Nestling at the foot of a hill amid a vineyard landscape, Séguret is a typical Provence village reminiscent of the nativity scenes for which it makes figurines. You are sure to fall in love with Its atmosphere and character. As you wander the cobbled streets, pause to breathe in the scents of the climbing roses that adorn the houses. On Rue des Poternes, the old houses are a charming sight.
In Séguret, there are still visible traces of the medieval period, as shown by the Reynier gate, a vestige of the fortifications, and the Huguenots gate, which still has its door with two iron and wood leaves. As you continue your visit, you will see the picturesque washhouse and the beautiful Mascarons fountain, a listed Historic Monument, the Romanesque church dating from the 10th-12th centuries and the old 17th-century belfry, whose clock has just one hand.
From the orientation table on Place de l'église, you can gaze upon the Dentelles de Montmirail, the Alpilles and the Cévennes. Then follow the little path to the heights of the village, where you will find the feudal castle ruins, and take in the panoramic view stretching out before you…
Between Drôme and Hautes-Alpes, the Baronnies Provençales Regional Nature Park is a subtle blend of Alpine and Provençal influences. Created in 2014, this is an exceptional place where unspoilt nature dominates a territory of nearly 1,800 km².
The wild and unique expanses of the Baronnies Provençales fascinate visitors. Here, limestone mountains nonchalantly rub shoulders with woodlands. Fields of lavender, olive groves, orchards, oak and pine forests: such are the landscapes you will be able to admire on your journey. Between the lavender, thyme and rosemary, expect to breathe in sweet scents from all around...
The Baronnies Provençales Regional Nature Park also has a remarkable built heritage, including picturesque hillside villages like Montbrun-les-Bains, Venterol and Vinsobres. The old towns of Nyons and Buis-les-Baronnies, with their many remnants of the past, also reflect this great historical heritage. As do the dry stone terraces, built following an age-old method.
Boasting remarkable biodiversity, the park is home to over 2,000 plant species and around 200 protected animal species. It also contains around 150 natural habitat sites, including those of large birds of prey like vultures.
The Baronnies Provençales Regional Nature Park also has a diverse terroir with six Appellations of Controlled Origin and seven Protected Geographical Indications. These include for example Nyons olive oil, Provence honey, picodon, banon, Haute-Provence einkorn wheat and Coteaux des Baronnies wine. Plenty to delight the taste buds of food-lovers and gourmets!
Keen explorers are sure to enjoy the park's many footpaths, bridle paths and mountain bike trails. Likewise, thrill-seekers haven't been forgotten, with many rock climbing, via ferrata, canyoning and paragliding opportunities.
Buis-les-Baronnies is an agreeable small town in Provençale Drôme, some thirty kilometres south of Nyons. It is located in the Baronnies Provençales Regional Nature Park and is surrounded by pastures, lavender fields and olive groves. In the distance, Mount Ventoux towers proudly over the landscape.
To soak up the welcoming atmosphere of Buis-les-Baronnies, try to come on a Wednesday or Saturday morning. Indeed, the market place with its charming fountain is a real invitation to discover the flavours of the region. Surrounded by 15th-century arcades, the stalls exude the sweet smell of Provence and display a thousand colours. All around, you can observe the Gothic style of most of the arcades and the colourful façades of the picturesque square.
Then head for the typical side streets of the old town, an ideal way to discover the architectural heritage. Buis-les-Baronnies is filled with buildings and historical relics that make it an appealing place to be. The old houses and remains of the old town walls from the 14th century are reminders of the medieval era. The House of Plants (Maison des Plantes), devoted to the aromatic and medicinal plants of the Baronnies, is based in an old tower in the ramparts.
Other monuments not to be missed: the Ursuline Chapel and its Renaissance door, or the Chapel of the Hermitage of St. Trophime, built on a rocky peak in the 17th century, three kilometres south of the town centre.
Famous for its black olives, the town of Nyons is located in the south of Drôme, at the heart of the Baronnies Provençales Regional Nature Park. Its olive grove is a Remarkable Site of Taste and its olive oil has earned PDO certification.
Nyons' history goes back a long way and many traces of its past can still be seen today. Take a journey through time in this welcoming town, listed among the Most Beautiful Detours in France...
One of the most iconic buildings in Nyons is probably the Pont Roman bridge over the Eygues. With a span of 43 metres, this vaulted grey stone bridge has just one arch and stands 18 metres tall. The viewpoint over the river and the surrounding area promises some beautiful photo opportunities! At the foot of the bridge, old oil mills from the 18th and 19th centuries remind us of how important olive oil production has been for hundreds of years here.
The old town, which you can reach via Rue des Bas-Bourgs, is also brimming with architectural beauties. There is the 14th-century St. James Gate (Porte Saint-Jacques) in particular, which is part of the medieval town walls. Or the 17th-century Church of St. Vincent, which houses a beautiful collection of paintings. We should also mention Place des Arcades, which dates from the 14th century. To this day, it is still the site of the traditional market on Thursday mornings, where flavours and smells mingle with bright colours.
Another emblem of Nyons to discover is the 13th-century Randonne Tower, located in the hills near the town. The somewhat steep ascent to get there is well worth the effort. Indeed, once you are up there, you will be treated to a magnificent view of the town and surrounding scenery! The medieval Randonne Tower was originally used as a keep and a military prison, before becoming a religious building in the 19th century, the Chapel of Our Lady of Good Succour (Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours), which can today be recognised by the statue of the Virgin on top of it.
Next, head to the picturesque Forts district. The medieval atmosphere is still in evidence here, with typical cobbled side streets and vaulted covered passages. Not forgetting the old feudal castle and a few remaining sections of wall depicting other traces of this historic past.
Nyons is therefore a great town for a stroll. With its shaded town squares and many cafés, restaurants and shops, this place has plenty of appeal. Let your curiosity lead you to the Scourtinerie, the last olive-pressing mat factory in France. These small, flat mats woven from coconut fibre, known as "scourtins" in French, are used as filters for olive oil extraction.
"Dentelle" means "lace" in French, but this is actually a limestone massif in the department of Vaucluse! Yet the name is no coincidence, since the shape of its peaks and needles is indeed reminiscent of lace. A long process of erosion has created a remarkable landscape that's exceptional to say the least. The highest point is a cliff called the Crête de Saint-Amand, at an altitude of 734 metres.
With their rocky faces, the Dentelles de Montmirail are a joy for climbers. They are also ideal for hiking and mountain biking through landscapes of forests, rocks and vineyards, where aromatic plants, holm oaks and Aleppo pines abound.
At the foot of this unique site, take the opportunity to stop by one of the charming villages among the famous Côtes du Rhône vineyards such as Gigondas, Vacqueyras or Beaumes-de-Venise, to sample some local flavours that will delight your palate!
Culminating at an altitude of 1,912 m, Mount Ventoux is recognisable from afar, within a radius of up to a hundred kilometres. A symbol of Provence and one of the most awe-inspiring sites in Vaucluse, its white limestone summit looks just like a lunar landscape, inspiring amazement and wonder. Not to mention the extraordinary panoramic view of the Luberon, the Sainte-Victoire mountain, the Nesque Gorges, and even the Mediterranean coastline on a clear day!
Yet Mount Ventoux is above all remarkable for its great climatic and natural diversity. Here Mediterranean plants, there beech and fir forests or Arctic plants. This abundance has earned it the status of UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Come here to discover and watch exceptional wildlife including raptors and other birds, as well as deer.
Whether for walking, cycling or horse-riding, Mount Ventoux is a popular place among sportier visitors. Hikers have a range of marked paths to choose from while cyclists can attempt the tough ascent to the summit. The view from the top is well worth the effort! In winter, snow covers the slopes of the Mont Serein and Chalet Reynard ski resorts. Then skiers can have a ball on the groomed slopes, while snowshoers may prefer to appreciate the beauty of the place by making their way along one of the routes provided. In summer, you can experience the thrill of a Dévalkart ride down the grassy slope at La Lisière.
At the heart of the Côtes du Rhône vineyard, overlooking the village, Suze-la-Rousse castle in Provençale Drôme stands out thanks to its dualistic architecture. Erected in the 12th century, it gradually became a military fortress. Its location on a rocky promontory made it a strategic defensive point at the time. And surprisingly, the castle did not suffer much damage. Then from the 16th century onwards, the fortress became a large holiday residence. The military architecture made way for a less austere design inside. The grand staircase with two spirals, the monumental fireplace in the grand drawing room and the wall decorations are examples of this architectural renewal. The same goes for the Italian-style inner courtyard with arcades, one of the most beautiful in France! This remarkable reminder of the Renaissance is indisputably the building's flagship feature.
A museum exhibition tells the story of the fortress and its inhabitants, and that of wine-growing and the uses of wine through the centuries. The prestigious University of Wine is located inside the castle, in fact. This internationally famous institution offers courses and conferences on the subject of vines and wine.
Suze-la-Rousse Castle is located within a large woodland park, La Garenne. Holm oaks, stone pines and other tree species make up this former seigniorial hunting reserve. This vast green space has a few relics from the past, like a 16th-century jeu de paume court, a 17th-century chapel and an old dovecote.
An ancient Roman settlement nestling at the heart of Provence, the town of Orange in Vaucluse is steeped in history. First of all, it has two exceptional ancient monuments, dating back to the 1st century AD and now collectively classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built during the reign of Emperor Augustus, the Roman theatre is wonderfully preserved and boasts an astonishing scaenae frons: 103 metres long and 37 metres high! It was a major venue in Roman times and still is today thanks to its incredible acoustics. The triumphal arch at the north entrance to the town is equally superb. A symbol of Roman imperialism, this monument dedicated to the glory of the city's founders (the veterans of the 2nd Gallic Legion), then to the Emperor Tiberius, is a remarkable example of Provençal Roman art.
Right in the town centre, the 105-metre-high Saint-Eutrope hill towers over the town and offers a beautiful view of Orange's historic centre and Roman theatre, as well as the Rhône and the surrounding countryside. Ideal for a family walk, the wooded park on Saint-Eutrope hill includes the remains of the old castle of the Princes of Orange.
For several centuries, the city was the capital of the principality of Orange and many buildings were erected at that time. Discover the traces of this rich past by strolling around the town's winding streets and squares, then stop at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Nazareth. Built in the 13th century, this monument has been altered several times during its existence, particularly in the 19th century when it was given frescoes, stained glass windows and a Neo-Classical porch.
History buffs will enjoy the Orange Museum of Art and History, based in a 17th-century mansion, or the BA 115 Museum, which tells the story of the Caritat air base from the interwar period to the present day. Opera and classical music lovers won't want to miss the famous Chorégies d'Orange, an international opera festival that takes place each summer in the prestigious setting of the Roman theatre.
Lastly, Orange market is one of the biggest in Vaucluse. Every Thursday morning, come and appreciate its typically Provençal atmosphere as you stroll among the stands selling crafts and regional products.
South-east of Montélimar, in a landscape of lavender, vines, pines and oaks, stands the famous Grignan Castle. Built on a rocky promontory at the heart of Provençale Drôme, it's the biggest Renaissance castle in South-East France! Made famous by the Marquise de Sévigné through her correspondence with her daughter, it has a turbulent history.
A castle fort in the 11th century, the Adhémar family converted it into a splendid holiday residence during the Renaissance. It was dismantled during the Revolution then rebuilt at the start of the last century. From the reception rooms to the private apartments, the rooms in Grignan Castle are sumptuously furnished and decorated. During your visit, you will be able to admire some beautiful wood panelling, particularly in the prestigious Adhémar gallery, majestic fireplaces, paintings, tapestries and a number of works of art.
Outside, a magnificent view of North Provence awaits you from the castle's famous terraces!
Take the perfectly restored wall walk to reach the 16th-century Collegiate Church of St. Saviour, located downhill from the ramparts. This is where the Marquise de Sévigné's tomb is located. This path also leads to an old washhouse in the Neo-Classical style, heavily inspired by the Temple of Love at the Petit Trianon in Versailles.
The area around Grignan Castle is also well worth a look. Make your way through the village's charming narrow streets adorned with flowers. On one of them, you can see some beautiful old houses, along with a belfry built in the 13th and 17th centuries.
East of Nyons, the small village of Sainte-Jalle probably contains one of the finest Romanesque churches in Drôme. Built in the 12th century, the Church of Our Lady of Beauvert (Notre-Dame-de-Beauvert) is the last remnant of the old Clunisian priory belonging to the diocese of Sisteron. The presence of a reused fragment in one of the building's pilasters shows that another church used to stand on this very spot, in Carolingian times.
The tympanum of the church's porch is undoubtedly the most interesting part of this historic monument. Various carved elements can be seen there including a figure with an owl, a viola player, a pilgrim or shepherd, as well as a cockerel.
The capital of the Tricastin, a historic region in the Rhône Valley, Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux is an ancient fortified town in Provençale Drôme. It possesses a magnificent medieval heritage represented mainly by its remarkable 12th and 13th-century cathedral. A marvel of the Provençal Romanesque style, its choir contains a mosaic from the same era depicting the city of Jerusalem. The 17th-century high altar of gilded wood, the carved decorations in the nave, and the pipe organ from the early 18th century complete this harmonious interior.
Located at the very heart of the historic centre, the cathedral is the starting point for a wander along the cobbled streets of Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux. On your walk, you can not only admire Renaissance-style mansions but also relics from Roman and medieval times.
Let your curiosity lead you all the way to the Chapel of St. Justus, perched on a rocky spur accessible via a marked footpath of around 2.5 kilometres. Up there, the 360° panoramic view of Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux and its surroundings is quite simply exceptional!
The Tricastin is a major centre for black truffle production. Opposite the cathedral chevet, the House of the Truffle and the Tricastin has a fun and interactive exhibition telling the story of this unique mushroom, the region's black diamond.
Near the beautiful village of Gordes in the Luberon, the Abbey of Our Lady in Sénanque is a must-see monument in Provence. Nestling amid lavender fields in a green valley, it was founded in 1148 by Cistercian monks from Mazan in Ardèche. Monks are still there today, living in the purest monastic tradition following the Rule of St. Benedict. Their days are spent in prayer and at work, growing lavender and producing honey.
A true gem of the Provençal Romanesque style, Sénanque Abbey is also one of the finest examples of primitive Cistercian architecture. Built in the 12th and 13th centuries, the abbey church, cloister, former dormitory, chapter house and calefactory are open to visitors. But be careful, to avoid disturbing the peace, all visits must take place in total silence…
Discover the abbey in the time of its first monks with the Histopad, a digital tablet that will take you right back to the 12th century.
Known as the Venice of Comtat, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue is a charming little town in Vaucluse. It's lovely to stroll along the Sorgue, dropping by the antique shops and art galleries on the banks of the peaceful canals. The water wheels on the river add real character to this little Provence town.
You should also take the time to discover L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue's built heritage. Wander the winding streets to admire the mansions and Renaissance houses, or visit the Collegiate Church of Our Lady of the Angels, which combines the Southern French Gothic and Baroque styles. Then head to the Argent Tower, the emblem of the town that dates back to the 12th century.
If you love all things vintage, the famous antique fair that takes place at Easter and on 15 August should pique your curiosity. Also be sure to browse the particularly colourful and lively market, held every Thursday and Sunday morning.
Not far from the hillside villages of Provençale Drôme, the town of Pierrelatte has Europe's biggest animal park dedicated to reptiles. The Crocodile Farm is home to 11 of the 23 crocodile species currently existing in the world. Today, nearly 400 live in the animal park. Among them are the famous Nile crocodiles and a particularly rare species: the Albino Mississippi alligator. There are indeed only twenty or so in the world, and two of them live in the park.
Discover the trail created in a tropical glasshouse, where the temperature is around 30 degrees. Its explanation signs tell visitors all about how the various crocodile species live. A listed botanical garden, this glasshouse contains over 600 exotic plant species.
The Crocodile Farm is also home to other reptiles such as giant tortoises, varans, iguanas, anacondas and pythons. It also has fish and tropical birds. An ideal place for a fun and educational day out with the family!
Founded in 1137, at the heart of a remote valley between Montélimar and Grignan, in the municipality of Montjoyer, Aiguebelle Abbey is as superb as ever. Its location at the confluence of three streams explains where its name comes from. Indeed, Aiguebelle means "beautiful waters". This isolation amid unspoilt countryside enabled it to stand the test of time, especially during the Hundred Years War. During the Revolution, the monks were driven away and the abbey was not revived until they returned in 1815.
Benefiting from a peaceful and verdant setting to this day, the Trappist monastery of Aiguebelle is one of the most spiritual places in Provençale Drôme. Lovers of religious heritage will be able to discover its abbey church, as well as an exhibition room and a video about the life of the community. A religious bookshop and a shop selling monastery products including cakes, chocolate, jam, cooked meats and confectionery are also open to the public.
Perched on a rocky promontory in the Vaucluse Mountains, at the heart of the Luberon Regional Nature Park, Gordes is a typical Provence village full of picture postcard charm. Its picturesque cobbled streets lined with beautiful blond stone houses, fountains, vaulted passages and majestic Renaissance castle proudly dominating the landscape have attracted many artists in search of inspiration, such as Chagall and Vasarely.
Now it's your turn to fall for the charm of this amazing village! Stroll along the cobblestone paths, taking the time to stop and admire the various views they offer over the Luberon massif. Then head to the castle for a superb view of the surrounding area. Built in the 11th century and then rebuilt in the Renaissance, it now houses a cultural centre dedicated to art exhibitions.
Your steps will also lead you to St. Fermin's Palace and its cellars dug into the rock, where you can see the remains of cisterns, silos and an old seigniorial oil mill, all evidence of the village's craft activities in the Middle Ages. The nearby Church of St. Fermin, built in the Romanesque style in the 12th century then remodelled in the 18th century, is sure to appeal to lovers of old buildings. Other interesting structures include an old washhouse on Rue de la Fontaine Basse, the Chaplaincy of St. James which used to welcome pilgrims on the way to Santiago de Compostela, and the Chapel of the White Penitents.
The City of Popes from 1309 to 1376, Avignon in the department of Vaucluse is a town steeped in history. Its historic centre is listed by UNESCO and its old town has kept some impressive reminders of its past! Protected by ramparts, it includes the emblem of the city: the Palace of the Popes (Palais des Papes). Open to visitors, this superb Gothic monument dates back to the 14th century and consists of the old palace of Benedict XII, built between 1334 and 1342, and the new palace of Clement VI, built between 1342 and 1352. The Palace's vast square is also surrounded by other prestigious buildings like the Small Palace (Petit Palais), which is in fact the former residence of the archbishops. Built between the 14th and 18th centuries, this elegant building of almost 3,000 m² now houses a museum that exhibits Italian paintings from the 13th to 16th centuries, such as Botticelli's Madonna and Child, as well as Romanesque and Gothic sculptures. You can also admire the former Mint (Hôtel des Monnaies), with its beautiful 17th-century Baroque façade featuring eagles and dragons. Then visit Avignon Cathedral (Notre-Dame-des-Doms), built in the 12th century and remodelled in the 15th and 17th centuries. An example of the Provençal Romanesque style, it contains a magnificent Romanesque cupola, a white marble bishop's seat, and the Gothic tombs of Popes John XXII and Benedict XII. Outside, look up to see the huge, gilded statue of the Virgin Mary at the top of the bell tower.
Then wander through the medieval streets to admire the period houses, Renaissance mansions and old town squares. You are sure to find your way to Rue des Teinturiers, a picturesque pedestrian street paved with pebbles. The busy Rue de la République connects the ramparts to the plane tree-shaded Place de l'Horloge, the lively heart of the town with its many cafés and restaurants. Here you can see the Neo-Classical façade of the 19th-century town hall and its clock tower, a former 14th-century belfry with a jacquemart clock.
It's worth taking some time to admire the many buildings you will come across on your walk. These include the Basilica of St. Peter, with Renaissance door leaves on its façade, 17th-century woodwork in the choir and a 15th-century pulpit making it well worth a visit. Also be sure not to miss the night-time illuminations that transform the building into a sublime spectacle during the Hélios festival in summer. The Gothic Collegiate Church of St. Didier has a beautiful 15th-century carved altarpiece depicting Christ Carrying the Cross. On Place des Carmes, the last vestige of an old convent is the Augustins bell tower, with a wrought iron campanile on top. In the church, the painted wooden statues date from the 16th century.
Don't forget to take a walk to the top of the Doms Rock, where the town's origins lie. The lovely garden there is ideal for a rest in the shade and offers superb views of the Alpilles, the Rhône and the unmissable Pont d'Avignon bridge. Made famous by the well-known folk song and also known as the Pont Saint-Bénézet, this medieval bridge used to connect the town with Villeneuve-lès-Avignon, 900 metres away. Although part of it was destroyed by the Rhône's repeated floods, it still has four arches and two superimposed chapels left. An exhibition space called "Le pont retrouvé" and touch screen tablets will help you discover a side of this iconic monument that you've never seen before!
Art-lovers have a number of museums to choose from: the Calvet Museum, which exhibits collections of fine and decorative arts and ethnography; the Lapidary Museum, which focuses on archaeology; the Louis Vouland Museum, with its prestigious collection of furniture and objects from the 17th and 18th centuries, and works by Provençal artists from the 19th and 20th centuries; and the Angladon Museum, which houses a remarkable collection of modern art.
Set in a steep valley, this charming town in the south of France boasts an incredible natural site: the Fountain of Vaucluse, nestled at the foot of a 230-metre-high cliff. This deep and mysterious chasm is where the River Sorgue has its source. This exsurgence, which has one of the highest flow rates in the world, is accessible via a path along the river. Once you arrive at the edge of this emblematic spot in Provence, you cannot fail to be charmed by the emerald green colour of its waters, and surprised by the power of its flow, especially in periods of flooding!
But Fontaine-de-Vaucluse also includes an old village where you can enjoy a pleasant stroll in the shade of the trees. Some trades of bygone days are kept alive there today, for instance a paper mill which makes paper as it did in the 15th century and operates with a water wheel. There is also the Cristallerie de la Fontaine, a studio and shop where you can watch glass being spun. So as you walk the streets, don't hesitate to step into the local craft shops for a look at what's being made in the region. You can also visit the Santon Museum and its impressive collection of traditional nativity figurines, equally enjoyable for children and grown-ups.
When it comes to history and heritage, Fontaine-de-Vaucluse has an 11th-century Romanesque church and a medieval castle perched on a rocky peak whose ruins overlook the village.
Near the beautiful village of Gordes, in Provence, is a unique and unmissable place: the Village of Bories and its thirty or so huts, whose exceptional dry-stone architecture has earned it the status of Historic Monument (Monument Historique).
Formerly used as seasonal shelters, the "bories" are small rural constructions built in a particular way: dry stones are skilfully stacked on top of each other and held in place using the corbel arch technique. The Gordes area counts nearly 400 bories, either isolated or grouped together in hamlets.
Inhabited until the 19th century, the Village of Bories is now a remarkable testimony to the Provençal way of life in centuries past. It's a real museum of rural life, where you can see dwellings, sheepfolds, bread ovens and wine vats. There are also objects and tools from bygone days.
Several walking routes in the countryside, such as the Local Heritage Trail (Sentier du petit patrimoine rural) or Les Bories de la Garriguette, enable ramblers with an interest in old buildings to complete their discovery of this incredible folk heritage.
In the Vaucluse mountains between Monieux and Méthamis, the Nesque Gorges offer an impressive natural spectacle! Along the sightseeing route, discover a magnificent canyon with wild and awe-inspiring landscapes, making for a thrilling itinerary. Made up of steep cliffs, imposing rocks and numerous caves, this fabulous natural site in Provence is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and is not to be missed on any account.
Dotted with tunnels and belvederes, the road through the gorges offers extraordinary viewpoints, such as the one from the Castellas belvedere just opposite the monumental Wax Rock (Rocher du Cire). The rock is named after the wild swarms of bees living within it.
Tucked away in the Nesque Gorges is a small Romanesque cave chapel from the 12th century, accessible via a footpath starting from the village of Monieux.
Overlooking the Luberon Valley and surrounded by stunning scenery, the village of Roussillon is a Vaucluse village with a difference. Perched amid old ochre quarries, it stands out due to its colours, so characteristic of the area. Yellow, orange and red adorn the façades of the houses in this Provençal community full of authentic charm.
Explore the attractions of Roussillon as you stroll around the pretty squares and wander the winding streets, lined with colourful houses and cute shops, and leading to the highest point in the village. Once you reach the top, make the most of the splendid view over the Vaucluse mountains and Mount Ventoux from the orientation table! Then enjoy a stroll or a drink on pretty Place de la Mairie, a square surrounded by 18th-century houses, before stocking up on fresh local produce at the small market held every Thursday morning on Place du Pasquié. On your walk you will also see old buildings such as the belfry, a vestige of the fortified enclosure that was remodelled in the 19th century, and the Church of St. Michael, a 12th-century Romanesque building whose façade and baptismal fonts date from the 17th century. The old wall-walk offers a beautiful view of the needles in the Valley of Fairies (Val des Fées).
After exploring the village, be sure to pay a visit to the ecomuseum of Ochre - Ôkhra. Based in a former ochre factory, this unique place devoted to the world of ochre in the Luberon can be discovered on a guided tour, or at your own pace following the trail with commentary. There are discovery workshops for all the family along with art exhibitions.
Also not to be missed is the ochre trail ("sentier des ocres"), a walk through an old open-pit ochre quarry. With information signs along the way explaining how the site was formed and used, this specially created circuit allows you to discover the place's exceptional heritage and colourful landscapes!
Les Baux-de-Provence is a commune in the Bouches-du-Rhône department in southern France. Located in the Alpilles massif, Les Baux is today mainly a tourist site more than a place to live.
In any season, Les Baux-de-Provence is available to you and allows you to discover the different palettes of color and light of the Alpilles.
A multi-millennial history, ancestral traditions, an art of living Provence, tastes, flavors
The immense underground quarries of Les Baux-de-Provence, known worldwide for having served as a setting for Jean Cocteau for "The Testament of Orpheus", were converted in 1978 into a place for sound and light shows.
Representations of masterpieces are projected on the huge walls, pillars and floors of the quarry. They transport you in music in colorful worlds. A hundred video projectors transcribe images on more than 7000 m² of surface.
Arles is a city located on the Rhône, in the Provence region south of the France. It is reputed to have inspired the paintings of Van Gogh, who influenced contemporary art exhibited at the Vincent Van Gogh Foundation. Once the provincial capital of ancient Rome, Arles is also renowned for its many ruins dating from this era, including the amphitheatre of Arles, now hosting plays, concerts and bullfights.
Enjoy a quiet moment facing the lace of Montmirail and the giant of Provence to the sound of cicadas. The tasting will be accompanied by comments on the production and the particularities of the Cairanne and Rasteau appellations.
Tread through the ruins of the Ancient Theatre of Orange and listen to the captivating history narrated by your audio guide.
Visit the Triumphal Arc of Orange built in the 1st century, one of the oldest and most beautiful monuments from ancient Rome, standing tall for you to admire.
Finally, follow your audio guide to the Museum of Art and History, near the Ancient Theatre. Uncover the Roman past of Orange and immerse yourself in the art and artifacts of ancient times.
Maison Brotte shares its winegrowing know-how through a unique educational path, revealing all the secrets of wine making, the specificities of Châteauneuf-du-Pape and the Rhône Valley. On 500 m² of museum, you will be immersed in a memorable, warm and contemporary atmosphere, and follow in the footsteps of the winegrower.
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Visit two must-see places in Avignon with this combined ticket including entrances to the Palais des Papes and the Pont d'Avignon. Listed as a unesco world Heritage Site, the Palais des Papes was built in the 14th century and consists of two buildings : the old palace of Benedict XII and the new palace of Clement VI. Thanks to the HistoPad provided at the beginning of the visit, dive into the Middle Ages and relive the daily life of the first popes of Avignon. During this virtual experience, you will be amazed by the immensity of this largest medieval fortress and the biggest Gothic palace in the world ! The 15,000 square meters of living space are the equivalent of 4 Gothic cathedrals. At the end of the visit, climb up to the terraces of the Palais des Papes. They offer a superb view over the main courtyard of the palace but also over the city of Avignon and the Rhône ! Continue your visit on the Saint-Bénezet bridge, otherwise known as the Pont d'Avignon, built-in the 12th century it initially boasted 22 arches but is now down to 4, having been frequently damaged by wars and floods over the centuries. A seemingly never-ending renovation period ensued until the 17th century. The audio guide will allow you to learn much more about this legendary monument's fascinating history !
Meet friendly and profesional guide to discover the rich, historical centre of Avignon, a unesco world Heritage Site. Enjoy the panoramic view of the surroundings and the Rhône River, Pont d'Avignon by walking up to the top of the fortified city walls and Rochers des Doms. Visit the largest gothic-style Popes' Palace whereby successive popes resided between 1309 and 1377. Continue on to the Place de l'Horloge, the Town Hall and the Theatre. Enjoy a glass of Côtes du Rhône wine served in a local place close to the palace. You will also discover Pont du Gard aqueduct and enjoy some free time in Les Baux de Provence.
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Admire Provence's lavender fields in full summer bloom on this half-day tour from Avignon.
Admire the breathtaking beauty of the lavender fields in bloom.
Free time in Roussillon to wander and do shopping in lavender shops.
Learn about the distillation process and how to use the essential oil of lavender from your tour guide.
Photo stop at the panorama view point of Gordes. Then drive to the Abbey of Senanque to take pictures.
Many photo stops included in picturesque lavender fields.
Discover a traditional open-air market and enjoy the vendors' vibrant array of produce, crafts, and other goods ! To get to Roussillon or Sault (depending on the flowering stage), you'll travel over scenic roads through wild lavender fields. Numerous photo stops will be made. You'll have some free time to roam and browse the lavender boutiques. The next stop will be Gordes, a hilltop village with dried-stone walls that has been dubbed one of France's most picturesque towns. You'll visit the Senanque Abbey for another photo opportunity amidst the stunning lavender fields.
Join a half-day guided tour of lavender fields in Sault ! You will hop in a minivan and reach this small village. Let yourself be surprised by the scenic lavender flowering fields and follow your guide among the flowers. You will meet a local producer and learn more about the cultivation process and processing techniques. You will then have the chance to look at the colorful landscape while learning the history of this ancient village and many stories concerning this activity handed down from generation to generation.
Nature leisure park in vaison-la-romaine
10 continuous life line courses: 2h30 of journey in the trees
Fun Box - Giant zip line - climbing wall
Riverside - mini park from 3 years old
Lac du Paty is a peaceful place, ideal for picnicking and swimming in summer. Beautiful walks in the surrounding hills start on site. Fishing open from the end of January is authorized with the association's card (trout releases every week).
Located in the Rhône Valley, the Estate is located in the heart of the family cradle, in the town of Sablet. Our family has passed on the love of the Earth and the passion for the Vine for 4 generations. Our vineyard, of about fifteen hectares, made up of vines for some centenarians, extends over the communes of Gigondas (7ha) and Sablet (8ha).During this tasting, you will have explanations on the history, the terroir, the culture method and the wines of the Estate. You can taste the range of wines from the Domaine and you can buy these wines. A more personalized service can be organized with a visit to the plots and dinner boards.
Located in Reilhanette,
at the foot of Mont Ventoux, Accroroc offers its various activities in the middle of the woods.
Come and enjoy our adventure courses in complete safety. Our park is composed of 3 activity areas.
A first area accessible to all 3 years for first sensations less than 1 meter from the ground including 2 courses and 1 zip line.
A second area, the huts course to take a little height between 5 and 6 meters. Accessible to all 3 years with slide and net fireplace.
A third area for the older ones from 1.30 meters consisting of 3 continuous life line courses with zip line of 140 meters, via ferrata and jump in the void.. Our concept: maximum safety for maximum pleasure.
For children, adults, athletes, thrill seekers (or not !!!), we have designed courses for all levels and all ages.
"wave island the 100% sliding amusement park in provence open on the weekend of June 10 and 11, then every day from June 17 to September 3,2023 from 10 am to 7 pm, (Attractions close from 6: 30 pm) Come and get your fill of sensations in the 33 attractions and water activities for the whole family. New in 2023! A second activity area for children! Opening of the Sunset Brewery, every day from 12: 00 to 14: 30. Extend the sunset island experience from 7pm to 11pm, the Sunset Brasserie remains open in the evening and offers themed family evenings and musical entertainment. Not to be missed: my surf course 3 DAYS FROM 17 to 21 May 2023! Limited places. See you soon at Wave Island!"
Enter the universe of Spirou and his friends at the first ever amusement park to open in the majestically blue Côte d'Azur.
A day of fun awaits you on the rides, slides, rollercoasters, and even a drop tower packed with werewolves and zombies at Parc Spirou Provence ! Try the splash-tastic water ride, Lucky River, then immerse yourself in 6D virtual reality action on Gaffe in Gaston and Marsu Adventures, or go dinosaur watching at the mysterious Mesozoïk Island !
Meet your guide during a morning pickup at your centrally located Avignon hotel or the tourist office, and take a seat in your private vehicle. At 9am, head into the Provençal countryside — home to a diverse range of wineries — to begin your private 9-hour tour. With your private guide to lead the way, enjoy the freedom to tailor your itinerary to hit the wineries of most interest. Visit up to four Côte du Rhône winemaking areas such as Beaumes-de-Venise, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas, Rasteau, or Vacqueyras, and sample some of the wines for which the region is famous. Explore traditional villages such as Cairanne or Séguret with your private guide, and discover a relaxed pace of life away from the city. Along the way, gain insight into local winemaking techniques and enjoy sweeping views over the fertile hillsides. When your 9-hour tour comes to an end, return in comfort to your Avignon hotel or the tourist office to conclude your tour.
Spend a lovely day discovering the wineries and the amazing history of the picturesque villages surrounding Avignon : Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas and Séguret. Enjoy a tasting of AOC (Appellation d'Origine Controlée) red wines produced here, which are the pinnacle of viticulture heritage in the southern Rhône Valley. The AOC Châteauneuf-du-Pape is the flagship wine of the area and one of the greatest French wines. Its origin dates back to the 14th century when Pope John XXII ordered the cultivation of the famous vineyard near his castle in Châteauneuf. After a visit to the wine museum which displays a remarkable collection of 16th-century tools used in winemaking, you'll visit a few wineries and taste several wines. Afterward, you'll enjoy some Côtes du Rhône AOC wine in Gigondas, whose vineyard was the first to obtain the appellation Cru des Côtes du Rhône in 1971. Nestled at the foot of the Montmirail mountain chain, Gigondas is a beautiful village characterized by houses with beautiful round tiles and old facades in the purest Provençal style. The last stop of this amazing wine tasting tour will be Séguret, one of the most beautiful villages in France, whose dominant position on a hill offers magnificent views of the surrounding landscape. Enjoy a pleasant stroll along the sloping, cobblestone streets called "calades" and relax in the shade of the old walls in a timeless atmosphere.
Experience the highlights of the Provence in a day ! Explore the wine route in the heart of the famous Châteauneuf-du-Pape appellation and discover some of the most beautiful villages of France. Start your day towards the wineries of Châteaneuf-du-Pape. Enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of this "terroir" from the ruins of the castle, the Popes' former summer residence. Then, it is time to taste some delicious wines. Enjoy 2 wine-tastings in the cellars of two fine wineries in Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Sample the unique taste of this local red wine, thanks to this exceptional terroir, bathed in the sunshine of its wonderful climate. In the afternoon, immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of the Luberon area and its villages, some of France's most beautiful ones. You will love Roussillon and its famous ocher cliffs. Take a look at the Roman bridge, the pont Julien. You will then drive through the village of Lacoste, where you can find the Marquis de Sade's castle. Indulge yourself with a photo stop in Gordes, a perched village in Luberon, one of the most beautiful villages in France, famous for the architecture with dry stones.
Discover one of the most beautiful regions in France : the Luberon. After a short drive aboard our minibus to Bonnieux, one of the most impressive Luberon villages with stunning views, it's time to get pedalling and enjoy your ride. Continue on towards Oppède le Vieux. Follow your guide who will lead you on to an olive farm and its olive oil museum. Learn more about one of the richess of the region and savor different varieties of oil. Head through the boutique and finish up with a tasting of local wines. Time for a break and lunch (not included) in the charming village of Ménerbes. Snap away at the incredible views over the valley and the neighbouring villages. Back on the saddle for a ride to a viewpoint overlooking Château de Lacoste, one of the Luberon's unmissable 11th century jewels, the Abbey of Sainte Hilaire and the village of Bonnieux. A few more pedal rolls before arriving back in Bonnieux, ready for a well-deserved rest in the minibus.
Admire the breathtaking beauty of the lavender fields in bloom !
Enjoy the lavender fields and the village of Sault "Capital of Lavender flower".
Take a walk in Sault to wander and do shopping in lavender shops (free time).
Make the most of your trip by tasting local specialties like the nougat produced in the village of Sault with lavender honey and almonds. Gourmet moment guaranteed !
Stop by a lavender producer during the distillation period. Get to know more about lavender during the visit and become a lavender expert ;)
Drive along the lavender road and admire typical provençal landscapes.
Your local guide will organize photo stops around Sault and in picturesque lavender fields. Create good memories with your camera during your holidays in Provence !
Many photos stops in lavender fields in bloom, with a stop in a local distillery of lavender essential oil. Free time in the village of Sault where you will taste the nougat (local specialty).
Immerse yourself in local life as you roam the lush landscapes, rolling hills and picturesque villages of the Luberon National Park on this full-day small-group tour from Avignon. Mingle with the locals and sample regional specialties like wine and honey as you browse the village markets in Gordes or Roussillon. Then, keep your camera to hand as you journey through the lavender fields to the Senanque Abbey and follow the ochre path of Roussillon, before winding your way back to Avignon.
Discover one of the most famous vineyards of the Rhône valley : Chateauneuf du Pape is renowned for its full-bodied and powerful red wines. Enjoy a wine-tasting experience in a prestigious cellar of the village.
Discover the unmissable villages of Provence. Your driver will show you the ochres of Roussillon, Gordes, Saint Remy de Provence, Les BAUX de Provence one of the most beautiful villages in France, and you can admire the magnificent Aqueduct Le Pont du Gard
Enjoy a scenic and picturesque drive from Avignon ! You'll admire the breathtaking beauty of the lavender fields in bloom. Then, you'll have some free time in Roussillon to discover the unique natural landscape and wander in this village. Indulge yourself with a scoop of lavender ice-cream ! There will be a photo stop at the panoramic point of view to take a picture of the charming village of Gordes, listed as one of the most beautiful villages of France. You'll also take some great shots at Senanque Abbey, the famous Cistercian church.
Try out a quadracycling excursion down Mont Ventoux, a fun and original downhill ride in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region with a certified instructor !
Descente Evasion Provence offers you original downhill excursions aboard their quadracycles, 4-wheeled vehicles that allow you to ride varied terrains throughout the year !
The Mont Ventoux - the Giant of Provence - is the highest summit in the Vaucluse. Topped with a white crest that gives it the illusion of eternal snows, its highest peak rises to 1,912 metres. In good weather, the 360° view stretches from the Alps to the Mediterranean Sea - the Écrins Massif, the Cévennes, the Sainte-Victoire Mountain, the Alpilles, the Étang de Berre, and the Rhône Valley.
You will meet at the Tourist Office of Bédoin and will take a shuttle to go to the departure of the excursion at the top of Mont Ventoux. Accompanied by your instructor, you will go down the mountain towards Bédoin.
You can choose from the following downhill quadracycling excursion :
• 1 hour and a half (8 to 15 km), - 2 hours in order to enjoy the stunning scenery (8 to 18 km), - 2 hours and a half to discover or rediscover the wide natural areas of Provence (18 to 24 km).
What if you discovered the world from above ? Take to the skies on a microlight discovery flight near Mont Ventoux !
After a briefing on the activity and the safety instructions, you will leave for your microlight discovery flight near the Mont Ventoux with a passionate pilot who will take care of offering you the best possible experience.
In addition, your microlight discovery flight is accompanied by a 3 to 4 minute video souvenir, sent by email within 24 to 48 hours and compatible with social networks to immortalise your moment in the air at Mont Ventoux !
So, don't hesitate any longer, take a flight from Pernes-les-Fontaines near the Mont Ventoux and discover breathtaking landscapes by microlight accompanied by your pilot !
There's all sorts of animals at La Ferme aux Crocodiles, including rare bird and fish species, but the park shines brightest where the animals are cold-blooded. Inside Europe's largest wildlife park specializing in reptiles, you'll get to see more than 600 animals including 400 crocodilians.
Alongside crocs, you'll also get to see anacondas, pythons, alligator snapping turtles, and a host of other scaly sidekicks. The park also arranges entertaining talks from the keepers, with their schedule updated every season.
Discover in this private full day tour the North of the French Riviera in the Alpes de Haute-Provence and enjoy the stunning scenery of the area. Go to the charming village of Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, learn about the famous cosmetics brand L'Occitane en Provence, in Manosque, with the visit of the historical factory. Back on the road to Valensole and enjoy the fabulous view of the lavender fields (from 10th June to 20th July). Once in Valensole, get some free time to discover this Provencal village, before heading up to Lake of Sainte-Croix where you can enjoy the view over the Verdon canyon.
In this full day tour from Avignon, you will see the highlights of Arles, its Roman monuments, including the Arena, a Roman theater, the Alyscamps, a huge Roman necropolis, Roman baths and the church of St. Trophime. The, stroll in the foot-steps of Van Gogh and the places which inspired his work. Arles is a must-see. Head up to Les Baux de Provence and discover this medieval village build on 245 meter high Rocky to discover a breathtaking view on unique scenery. Afterwards, go to Saint Remy de Provence to visit the Monastery Saint-Paul de Mausole where Van Gogh used to spend one year and discover the place that did inspired his arts (entrance 5 €/per not included in the tour price). Finally, head up to the historical center and get a free walk in old town.
Make the most of your holidays in Provence starting with a sightseeing tour to discover some of the most beautiful villages in Provence. Visit Roussillon, gorgeous typical French village in Provence famous for its red and yellow ochre cliffs, unusual natural landscape. Enjoy an open-air provençal market on Thursdays, a must-do in Provence ! Next step is Gordes, perched village in the Luberon, one of «the most beautiful villages in France», famous for the architecture with dry stones and its "bories". Your local A la Francaise guide will take you to an incredible panoramic viewpoint for a photo stop where you will enjoy a wonderful view of the village. Fall in love with Fontaine de Vaucluse and discover the resurgence of the Sorgue river : it hasn't revealed its secrets yet and many speleologists have searched in vain the exact depth of the well.
Departure for Nîmes : great city of the arts, proud of its prestigious Roman past, see the antique buildings : the Arena (entrance included) and the « Maison Carrée » (or Square House, one of the best preserved Roman temples).Uzès, wonderful medieval town and the first Duchy of France, set in the garrigues countryside (mediterranean vegetation).
See the Place aux Herbes (picturesque square), the Episcopal Palace, the Ducal Palace, the Fenestrelle Tower (a unique bell-tower) and the Cathedral. Outside of Uzès is the catchment area of the Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard that brought spring water to Nîmes. Pont du Gard : dated from the first century and classified by unesco, it's the most amazing and well preserved part of the Roman acqueduct which supplied water to Nîmes. In Orange, discover one of the best preserved theater in the Roman empire (entrance included).Lunch/snack on your own during the day.
This course can be an initiation to climbing as well as an intense moment to improve your skills as you spend 4 days on the magnificent site of Orpierre in Provence where you can go climbing on natural cliffs.
The village of Orpierre, once the heart of the search for gold and stones, is a mecca for climbing in the Hautes Alpes, everything revolves around climbing and cliffs !
Many courses take place there since the variety of routes allows climbers of all levels to participate. Roc'Emotion's instructors work individually with each participants to help them improve as much as posibble and you will use video analysis to correct your body position and climbing techniques.
You will climb on limestone rocks of 25 m to 180 m, in a Circus in the heart of the village of Orpierre… Pure happiness ! You will also leave on incredible multi pitch routes if the level allows it and if you wish to. The whole program is tailor-made and will be adapted to each group and expectations of the participants, from beginners to advanced.
Discover the 14th century home of the Pope and uncover the rich medieval history of France in Avignon. Gaze at the pretty architecture that adorns every building from the cathedral to the fortifications, and learn about Avignon's importance to the heart of France and French culture. Wander the hidden alleyways and follow paths of monks and nobles through the city to the Rhone.
See the very best in and around Avignon with this private tour. Get the most out of the key sites in this magnificent city in Provence and its surroundings and uncover the amazing history of the so-called City of the Popes ! Avignon is bursting with the fantastic story of the glory days when the Vatican moved to Avignon in the 14th century, transforming this small town into the beauty it is today : see trances of this fascinating past reflected in monuments and buildings such as the largest surviving Gothic palace in Europe, the Palace of the Popes. You'll then move to Rocher des Doms, a lovely park overlooking the Rhône river, walk along the ramparts of the city and finally reach the famous Pont de Avignon. The tour also includes the visit to the town on the other side of the river, Villeneuve-lès-Avignon, and Châteauneuf-du-Pape, the village well known for its world-famous wines. Don't miss a tasting of AOC (Appellation d'Origine Controlée) red wines produced here, which are the pinnacle of viticulture heritage in the southern Rhône Valley. See the ruins of Pope John XXII's castle with its beautiful view over the Rhône. Time permitting, you'll also have the chance to visit some wine estates in the town of Tavel, famous for its rosé wines served at the courts of Philippe the Fair, Louis XIV and the Popes.
Discover Avignon from a different perspective on a self-guided walking tour and scavenger hunt of the city. Solve riddles and clues that lead to the next location, showing all the city highlights. Solve interesting puzzles, have fun and learn new things about the city. Explore the city and find hidden gems at your own paceTry a new type of experience with your smartphone, the perfect mix between a walking tour, sightseeing, and a scavenger hunt. Enjoy the tour in French, English, Italian, German
Discover the highlights of Avignon's unesco-listed Old Town in just half a day : this private tour offers the perfect introduction to the city. Pick between morning and afternoon departure times, and set off on foot. You'll discover the Palais des Papes (a centuries-old, fortified papal palace), the Pont d'Avignon (the city's iconic bridge), Les Halles (its bustling, historical marketplace), and more. As you go, learn the secrets behind the sights from your guide.
Get to know Avignon in a unique and affordable way. We offer you a self-guided tour, via our online App. You play a fun, family-friendly game. Answer questions about the locations and do search assignments. All on your smartphone. Log in on our free city game app and enjoy the city. Not a 'boring' guide, but you decide when to start, stop or pause. Use GPS to find the nicest squares, streets, and monuments. Get the most interesting facts about the city. Discover Avignon with our unique city game app. Instructions for starting the tour will be given after booking. You can do this tour anytime you choose. This city game is also a perfect activity for large groups.
With your guide, discover the rich, historical centre of Avignon, a unesco world Heritage Site. Enjoy the panoramic view of the surroundings and the Rhône River, Pont d'Avignon by walking up to the top of the fortified city walls and Rochers des Doms. Visit the largest gothic-style Popes' Palace whereby successive popes resided between 1309 and 1377. Continue on to the Place de l'Horloge, the Town Hall and the Theatre. Enjoy a glass of Côtes du Rhône wine. Discover the village of Roussillon and its colorful houses. Take a look at the Pont Julien, from the Roman time. Drive through the village of Lacoste, where you will see the remains of the castle of the Marquis de Sade. Free time in the dry-stone built hilltop village of Gordes. Departure's information : 9.00 am departure for the walking tour from 4 rue de la république and 1.30 pm departure for the Luberon's tour from the Tourist information Center of Avignon, 41 cours jean jaurès. •NB : participants will be required to walk on cobblestone streets and climb many flights of steps during the tour. Therefore, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Snack on your own in Avignon.
With your guide, discover the rich, historical centre of Avignon, a unesco world Heritage Site. Enjoy the panoramic view of the surroundings and the Rhône River, Pont d'Avignon by walking up to the top of the fortified city walls and Rochers des Doms. Visit the largest gothic-style Popes' Palace whereby successive popes resided between 1309 and 1377. Continue on to the Place de l'Horloge, the Town Hall and the Theatre. Enjoy a glass of Côtes du Rhône wine served in a place close to the palace.
Explore the historical center of Avignon on a 3-hour walking tour with your English-speaking guide. You'll be climbing up to the top of the fortified medieval city walls, discovering Avignon stretching in all its beauty along the Rhône river. Discover the rich historical past of the city where the papacy established in the early 14th century. You'll also enjoy skip-the-line access and follow the guide inside the Pope's Palace, the largest Gothic-styled Palace in Europe. In this maze of galleries, chambers and chapels, imagine its luxurious furnishing and sumptuous decoration from the medieval period. While walking on the cobbled streets to the Place de l'Horloge, find out about the secret of the painted windows. Admire the Town Hall topped with its clock tower, and the theater. Your tour will end up with a glass of Côtes du Rhône wine served in a historical place, mostly known by the locals.
A unesco world Heritage City and host to a number of centuries-old landmarks, Avignon is a must-see destination for history lovers—and this private walking tour offers a perfect introduction to the city's charms. Choose from a range of convenient start times throughout the day, meet your guide in central Avignon, and set off on foot. You'll admire highlights like the Palace of the Popes, the Pont d'Avignon, and more.
Enjoy a scenic drive from Avignon.
Admire the breathtaking beauty of the lavender fields in bloom. Your guide will organize many stops in the countryside to take pictures of the fields.
Free time in Roussillon : discover this unusual natural landscape and wander in the typical provencal village. Indulge yourself with a scoop of lavender ice-cream !
Photo stop at the panoramic point of view to take pictures of the hilltop village of Gordes, listed as one of "the most beautiful villages in France". A short photo stop will be organized at Senanque Abbey to take pictures of this famous Cistercian church still ruled by monks, surrounded by lavender fields.
Your 3-hours sightseeing tour of historic Avignon begins in the morning. Meet your guide in a central location near the Pope's Palace and stroll through the town's historic center. As you walk, hear about Avignon's extensive history, officially beginning with Roman conquest in the sixth century BC, though most renowned as the papal residence during the 14th and 15th centuries. Follow medieval streets and alleys, and climb to the top of the city's famous ramparts – medieval constructions that were restored in the 19th century. From atop the ancient walls, enjoy sweeping vistas of the Avignon city and the rushing Rhône River. Next, head to Popes' Palace, the world's largest Gothic palace and a unesco-listed site, where you'll have access to tour the building's impressive interior. Learn about medieval life in the palace and explore galleries, fresco-adorned chapels, papal apartments and grand ceremonial rooms. Finish your excursion with a stop to the Place de l'Horloge (Clock Tower Square), the main square in the heart of town from which the clock is – ironically – hardly visible. However, you'll view the beautiful opera theater and city hall before heading to a historic local bar for a glass of Côtes du Rhône wine. Your walking tour ends in central Avignon in the beginning of the afternoon (12.30 pm).If you have upgraded your experience, booking the afternoon tour option, you'll continue your journey meeting the guide at 14:30 at Office de Tourisme : d'Avignon. From central Avignon hop in the comfortable minivan and enjoy the scenic ride while traveling north through the vineyards of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, a lovely village in the Rhône Valley surrounded by prestigious wine estates. Marvel at the rolling vineyards that produce varietals such as cinsault, grenache, and counoise, and learn about the region's rich viniculture and terroir. Stop at a hilltop castle to snap some panoramic shots of the Rhône Valley and visit a charming winery to taste fine wine and tour the wine cellars. Enjoy time to purchase some local wines before heading back to Avignon.
With your guide, discover the rich, historical centre of Avignon, a unesco world Heritage Site. Enjoy the panoramic view of the surroundings and the Rhône River, Pont d'Avignon by walking up to the top of the fortified city walls and Rochers des Doms. Visit the largest gothic-style Popes' Palace whereby successive popes resided between 1309 and 1377. Continue on to the Place de l'Horloge, the Town Hall and the Theatre. Enjoy a glass of Côtes du Rhône wine served in a place close to the palace. (operated only in english).Scenic drive through the vineyard of Châteauneuf du Pape followed by wine-tastings at 2 different wineries. From the ruins of the Pope's summer residence, enjoy a panoramic view over the Rhône river valley and the hill ranges surrounding the village. •NB : participants will be required to walk on cobblestone streets and climb many flights of steps during the tour. Therefore, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Lunch on your own in Avignon
7-day Private Live-guided Experience to Burgundy, Provence, Nice - Cote d'Azur for 2 to 6 clients to Top attractions by Mercedes Minivan. Hotel pick up included, 3* + /4* hotels included, 4 wine tastings in Chablis, 2 Wine tastings in Beaune and 1 wine tasting in Chateauneuf-du-Pape included, You'll enjoy all most popular sites of Provence : Avignon and Palais des Papes, Nimes and Gordes, Arles and Pont du Gard, Nice and Cannes, Moustiers-Sainte-Marie and Roussillion, Eze and Monaco, Cannes and Saint-Paul-de-Vence. Our comfortable Minivan drives faster and You"ll save up a lot of time. At the end of this trip You can return by high speed TGV train to Paris or stay in Nice - Cote d'Azur.
Gifts, souvenirs, seasonal items, topoguides
Soaps, beauty, scents of Provence,
Local products, olive oil,
tea, aperitif, snacks
Maison Duo, visit their website as the concept changes regularly. Excellent table but...
Excellent cuisine with fresh produce and friendly welcome
An excellent restaurant with varied menu menu - you can order takeaway Vaison La Romaine
Welcome to our restaurant in the Vaucluse
Located in Vaison-la-Romaine, our restaurant Manger & Cie opens its doors to help you discover our authentic Nordic specialties.
Discover our varied menu of tasty dishes combining sweet and savory.
Enjoy our cod with vegetables or carpaccio with burratina and summer truffle.
We offer world cuisine made with fresh and seasonal products.
Our choice is motivated only by our desire to make you discover new flavors.
At lunchtime, a small simple formula, but in the evening, surprises and taste combinations from the chef.
The best restaurant in Vaison!
Very good burgers and tartars
In the heart of one of the most beautiful villages of France, very pretty and pleasant terrace (no view of the vineyards).
Lamb mouse and patanegra that you will remember…
In the heart of the village of Séguret, let yourself be guided by Lucie's welcome and Christophe's sunny cuisine
We will be happy to welcome you from 12:15 to 13:30 and 19:15 to 20:30. In July and August, every day except Wednesday
The rest of the year every day except Sunday evening, Tuesday evening and Wednesday
A short menu to guarantee a freshness of the products.
In Caromb, a tourist village at the foot of Mont Ventoux, the opening of the restaurant "Le 6 à table" did not go unnoticed. Twenty years after the creation of the "Lime Kiln" in the same town and after a visit to Baumes-de-Venise, chef Pascal Poulain is indeed back. With Claire, his wife, he completed the work only a few hours before welcoming the first customers and has been living for two months at the rhythm of a sustained activity…
He resumed his quarters on the village square of Gigondas. This historic site continues to guide our project in search of evolution. I want to orient my kitchen with an even more intimate vision. The selection of the Product and the search for its most local supply possible affirm our convictions. Starting point of the route on which we want to take you with the whole team... »
"Create in 2020, Le Bistrot de L'Oustalet goes up to settle on the pretty square behind the restaurant, next to the NOSE! The Cave de L'Oustalet, in the old bakery of Gigondas exactly.... This relaxed place offers a pleasant outdoor terrace with a "market-inspired" kitchen. For this, fresh products, locavore bistronomy with flavors of Provence around the fabulous Wine List of L'Oustalet »
In the middle of the vineyards of the Rhône Valley, chef Cyril Glémot has put down his knives to offer you a gastronomic and creative cuisine, everything is "homemade", and served in a setting conducive to tasting…
Wine lovers, you will be able to find more than 700 references of wines from our list on sale in the adjoining cellar.
At Nougat tolleron you will find 1000 original gifts to satisfy your loved ones!
Our homemade products (everything is done on site), are waiting for you for your greatest pleasure!
Tender Nougats, Dark Nougat, Fine Chocolate, Chocolate Subjects…
Come and discover our world of sweetness for your greatest pleasure!
Open every day! Crestet, chemin des Condamines!
Welcome to all, Gourmandes & Gourmands!
Are you more like Chocolates, Desserts, Macaroons, Ice Creams or Cupcakes? Or a small slice of Cake grandma's way?
To find out, the easiest solution is to come and discover our products directly in store!
The best ice cream in Vaison. Be patient in season to enjoy on site… Very good Liège waffles out of season!
Very good baguettes and excellent special breads. Test the little spelt without hesitation!
Excellent alternative when the Main à la Pâte is closed on Sundays and Mondays
Excellent alternative when La Main à la Pâte is closed on Mondays
Specialist in pasta and Italian gastronomy, we offer multiple products, pasta, gnocchi, homemade ravioli, homemade lasagna and platters of Italian charcuterie. For more information please contact.
La Cave la Comtadine brings together men and women who are passionate and who invest in their profession. In the heart of the Rhône Valley, these men and women have been cultivating the hills and terraces of Puyméras for generations.
Since 1930, they have come together to share with you their requirement and their passion for the vine and wine. Today, there are nearly 220 families who cultivate plots of more than 1300 hectares spread over twenty communes of Haut Vaucluse and Drôme Provençale.
Domaine des Escaravailles
111 combe de l'Eoune
84110 Rasteau, France
Phone + 33 (0) 4 90 46 14 20
Tasting all year round at the cellar: Access from the village of Roaix
Monday to Friday: 9am – 12pm and 2pm – 6pm
Saturday: 9h – 12h and 14h – 17h
Closed on Sundays and public holidays
Small farm of 10ha, where all the vines pass into the hands of the owner.
An ecological farming method, it pays attention both to the products it uses and to the production of greenhouse gases.
All the harvest is manual and sorted on the plot.
Tasting and sales
Showcase of the appellation in the heart of the village, the Caveau du Gigondas welcomes you throughout the year to taste the Gigondas of all the producers of the appellation.
More than 100 Gigondas vintages are available for tasting and sale at the same price as at the property.
The cellar is open 7 days a week from: 10h – 12h30 and 14h – 18h00
Closed on Mondays from January to March
Excellent wines at nice prices!
Notre Dames des Pallieres is a very old family estate whose name comes from the Middle Ages and more particularly from the miraculous spring on the edge of the estate which had the reputation of protecting from the evils of the famous plague. The Virgin having appeared, a chapel was erected of which only a wall remains and a wooden statue preserved in the Church of Gigondas. Lucien ROUX our grandfather officially gave it the name in 1935.
The vineyard covers 30 hectares and produces with respect for nature the appellations: Gigondas, Rasteau, Sablet, Lirac and Côtes du Rhône. The typical grape varieties of the south of the Rhône Valley Grenache, Mourvèdre and Syrah are gathered in our property and give quality grapes vinified in the pure tradition.
Our vines anchored in a Quaternary fluvial alluvium soil benefit from the micro climate of the small Trignon valley and exceptional sunshine. The oldest of them, located in Gigondas, were planted by our great-grandfather, Jules ROUX.
It is in the respect of nature and through this authentic family history that we will be happy, Father, Daughter and Son to welcome you to the cellar of Domaine Notre Dame des Pallières to make you discover our passion for wine.
Due to its location at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail and a few kilometers from Mont Ventoux, the Domaine de Fenouillet, Independent Winegrowers in Beaumes de Venise develops different appellations.
Beaumes de Venise Red PDO, composed of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre.
Muscat de Beaumes de Venise PDO, 100% Muscat à petits grains.
Vacqueyras Red PDO, 70% Grenache Noir and 30% Syrah
Ventoux, composed of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan.
Côtes du Rhône, composed of Grenache and Syrah.
Eau de Vie de Marc des Côtes du Rhône.
It is a desire on my part to bottle early and market young wines on the naturalness of the fruit. I like to find in my wines the brilliance, dynamism and youth of the grapes.
All wines are Bio and great
Preferred: Gigondas (22 €) and Vaqueyras White ❤️ ❤️ (20 €) Other: Vaqueyras ❤️ red
Very nice range of wines: Incredible Beaumes de Venise Red and Muscat Balsamic Vinegar!! But also white and red Vacqueyras and a very pleasant sparkling wine. Only good organic products to taste in the company of Alain.
Welcome to Domaine Vignoble Alain Ignace
The Alain Ignace vineyard is located in the Vaucluse department on the route of the Rhône Valley's sun.
Alain, originally from Beaumes-de-Venise, has, since his retirement, passed on a large part of his vines to his daughter Patricia, but he cultivates a few plots for pleasure.
A small property, therefore, which allows you to be present at all the stages necessary to make a good wine.
Everything here is done to respect the soil.
Insecticides and herbicides are banned.
The fauna and flora are rich and very diverse, guaranteeing a living soil.
I hope that my wines will give you as much pleasure in drinking them as I did in conceiving them. Share only with the people you love.
Check-out possible from 08:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Unless previously agreed, we thank you for kindly vacating the rooms and cottages for 10:30 'on the day of your departure.
You can of course stay longer and enjoy the property and the pool.
Lyon: follow direction Vaison-La-Romaine and then Bollène A31
Marseille: follow signs for Malaucène, Carpentras and then A31
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