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Domaine du Camping des Sources
100 pitches & rentals
Route de Murs - 84220 Gordes
contact@campingdessources.com
Languages spoken:French, English, Italian
Latitude:43.9259979 ( N 43° 55’ 34” )
Longitude:5.2023053 ( E 5° 12’ 8” )

Low season :

For locations: arrival from 12h to 19h

For rentals: arrival from 15h to 19h

High season (July / August) :

For locations: arrival from 12h to 20h

For rentals: arrival from 15h to 20h

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Nearest airports:
  • (31 km, 36 min)
  • (75 km, 1h08)
  • (109 km, 1h23)
Nearest railway stations:
  • (20 km, 28 min)
  • (40 km, 59 min)
  • (42 km, 55 min)
  • (80 km, 1h10)
Nearest seaport:
  • (91 km, 1h12)

A small car park is at your disposal at the entrance of the campsite. It will allow you to park before entering with your vehicle in the campsite and make your registration at the reception.

The vehicles will then have to park on the designated site.

As the campsite does not have a large parking lot, vehicles are allowed to return 24 hours a day. However, we ask our residents to be quiet if you come back late at night.

For check-in, please bring an ID and / or your booking voucher.

A map of the campsite and the code of the barrier will be given to you on your arrival to settle on your site.

The whole team is happy to welcome you in an exceptional place. Quality and customer satisfaction are at the heart of everything we do.

It is in a relaxed but professional the whole team will take care of you. We attach particular importance to cleanliness and beauty of our site, so visitors feel it best.

At home we speak up 3 languages ​​and all of us watch to make its best assets and all its knowledge to advise and to guarantee a total satisfaction.

Our technical service force to intervene in the shortest time possible for any technical failure or need.

The housekeeping team knows the importance of its role to guarantee the quality of service.

#Calm and tranquility #

Domaine du Camping des Sources is known for its calm and serenity. To guarantee your stay, the latest entertainment ends at 23:00. The lighting in the playground is turned off at 22:30.

The rest of our residents is a priority: we therefore ask to stop the clusters after 23:00. Out of respect for resident neighbors, everyone is asked to limit noisy discussions after 11pm on the locations.

# Access to visitors #

The client must inform the establishment of any unknown persons and report them to the reception. We remind you that visitors do not have access to the swimming pool.

Similarly, the client can not rent the accommodation for a number of people greater than that provided by the regulations in force.

#Animals#

Dogs are welcome at Domaine des Sources. However, we charge a supplement of € 2.50 to € 3.50 (depending on the period) per dog per night.

#Safety instructions#

  • Fire

If you hear the warning sound, keep calm, and follow the exit arrows that will guide you to the assembly area for grouping people.

  • Prevention

Do not fire or barbecue. If you smoke, turn off your butts and do not throw them on the floor. If you notice a start of fire or suspicious smoke, immediately notify the reception of the campsite

The sheets and towels are provided in the premium range.

For other rentals, provide sheets and towels. For mobile home lavender and laurel, the big bed is in 160. For other models, the large bed is in 140.

Barbecues # #

As the site is on a protected area, barbecues are strictly forbidden.

#Washing machine#

A washing machine is at your disposal in the main sanitary block. Tokens and laundry doses are on sale at the front desk.

#Household waste#

3 types of bins are available at the entrance of the campsite to sort your waste:

  • yellow bins: paper, cardboard, to recycle
  • brown garbage cans: all types of waste
  • glass bin
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The reception is open every day:

  • From 08: 30 to 12: 30 and from 15: 00 to 19: 00 in low season
  • From 08: 30 to 22: 00 in July and August

The reception will offer you a wide choice of information on the region and activities (many circuits bike, canoe, tree climbing, …)

We offer sightseeing tours for the day or half-day, to discover the pretty scenic roads as well as the typical villages of the Luberon, which contribute largely to the charm of the sunny landscapes of Provence.

Lovers of good food can explore wineries, oil mills, and many good places that will delight your taste buds.

Sports enthusiasts will hike from the estate to the Senanque Abbey or choose the Véroncle mill circuit.

A free Wifi zone is accessible on the terrace and all around the reception.

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The swimming pool is open every day from 10: 00 to 20: 00.

It is forbidden to consume drinks and food in the pool. The shoes must be left at the entrance to the pool.

For reasons of hygiene, it is strictly forbidden to wear shorts or swim trunks: only swimsuits (underpants or boxer shorts) are allowed.

The pool at Camping des Sources is unsupervised. The bathing of children is under the supervision of the parents.

For gentle awakenings, the Domaine des Sources campsite offers bread and pastries every day from 8.30am. Do not forget to order it the day before for the next day.

If you have nothing planned, we offer breakfasts from 8: 30 to take on the terrace overlooking the Luberon. An additional charge of 6.50 € per person is applicable.

Want to have a drink… enjoy the beautiful view over the Luberon from the terrace bar or pool.

Let yourself go sipping an aperitif with a charcuterie board or enjoying a delicious ice cream.

To make your stay as pleasant as possible, we offer in July and August a snack menu and pizza, to take away or served on site.

You will find at the reception a play corner for the little ones. Board games are also available.

You can also borrow sports equipment (petanque balls, mini golf canes, ping-pong rackets, balls, …).

A small library is available at the reception to borrow one or more books. We thank you in advance for not forgetting to put them in their place before your departure.

For the little ones, a cabin has been specially designed for them with a small shower, a sink and a bathtub in a very colorful atmosphere. You will find a child toilet in the toilet block.

A freezer is at your disposal at the toilet block.

A motorhome service area is available at the entrance of the campsite, just after the entrance gate.

You will also find at the main sanitary block a chemical toilet

The campsite is equipped with European plugs. Do not forget your adapter

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There are no planned activities on site at the moment.
  • Weekly market: Tuesday morning.
  • Various art exhibitions: from April to September.
  • Weavers Market: Easter weekend.
  • Festival "Gordes summer nights" (world music, song, dance, theater...): the first half of August.
  • Pottery market of Gordes in July, around the castle in the center of the village. Come and discover 25 potters, ceramists and sculptors for a day of exchange, meetings, discoveries and pleasure of the eyes! Children's workshop. Free entry.
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So much beauty in this village, a jewel in Provence's crown

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.

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A Cistercian Romanesque gem at the heart of the Luberon
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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.

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Experience the Provençal way of life in bygone days

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.

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A marvellous colour palette in a Provençal village listed among the most beautiful in France!

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!

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A charming Provence town where life flows as peacefully as its river

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.

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An emerald green spring gushes forth from a mysterious chasm…

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.

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A pretty little medieval town with many hidden treasures

At the heart of Provence, close to Mount Ventoux in Vaucluse, lies a delightful little town. Welcome to Pernes-les-Fontaines, whose distinguishing feature is the fact that it possesses… 40 fountains! Colossal or more discreet, adorned with mascarons, mossy or sculpted, discover them all by following the "fountain trail" around the town. The most beautiful include the Gigot fountain and the Cormoran fountain, both dating from the 18th century and listed on France's inventory of historic monuments.

Pernes-les-Fontaines also boasts some remarkable medieval heritage. The ramparts have remained intact and still have their gates, like the gate of Our Lady (Notre-Dame) from the 14th century, adorned with two towers overlooking the river. On the picturesque bridge over the Nesque, you may be surprised to discover a small chapel dating back to the early 16th century. Within the town walls, a series of incredibly charming cobblestone streets, shady squares and small chapels await you. All that remains of the castle of the Counts of Toulouse, built in the 12th century, the Clock Tower offers fantastic views of the Comtat plain and Mount Ventoux from the top. The Ferrande Tower is equally unmissable, with its sumptuous 13th-century frescoes. These are extremely well preserved, as is the Church of Our Lady of Nazareth, which is Romanesque in origin. As you explore the medieval town, you should also stop along the way to contemplate the beautiful mansions, like the Brancas and Cheylus mansions.

Those with an interest in period fabrics and Provençal costumes should pay a visit to the Museum of Comtadin Costume, based in a former 19th-century fabric shop.

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Its varied and unspoilt landscapes will delight lovers of nature and sport!

Covering two departments, Vaucluse and Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the Luberon Regional Nature Park possesses an exceptional natural heritage. This has earned it the status of UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and Global Geopark. Enjoy the diversity of the landscapes which alternate between garrigue scrubland, forests (which cover more than half of the park), oak woods, plains, hills, vineyards, orchards and rocky areas such as the Petit Luberon and the Vaucluse mountains. The canyons and rock faces here are a favourite habitat for birds of prey. In the Grand Luberon, the Mourre Nègre is the park's highest point with an altitude of 1,125 metres. Hikers love it and you can enjoy an exceptional view over the whole of Provence from the top.

This unspoilt area is ideal for walks and has discovery trails with information signs about nature and heritage. If you're a cycling enthusiast, "Around the Luberon by Bike" ("Autour du Luberon à vélo") is an itinerary of 236 kilometres on signposted roads to explore all the splendours of the destination. Canoeing, climbing, mountain biking, horse-riding, paragliding and caving are just some of the many activities offering various ways to explore the Luberon. The Park House (Maison du Parc) in Apt can provide all the information you need for your visit. And if you're near Manosque, the House of Biodiversity (Maison de la Biodiversité) has a lovely repository orchard with over 400 varieties of fruit trees.

The Luberon Regional Nature Park is home to a wide variety of animal and plant species. There are 270 vertebrate animal species such as marmots, deer, eagle owls, Bonelli's eagles, Egyptian vultures, warblers, bluebirds and ocellated lizards. The flora is also very varied with over 1,800 plant species.

During your days out in the Luberon, you can admire many traces of the past by strolling around the picturesque hillside villages such as Gordes, Ménerbes, Roussillon or Simiane-la-Rotonde. Admire the ancient built heritage of these charming sites, then contemplate the chapels, castles, aristocratic bastides and dovecotes along your path. Dry stone huts known as bories are also part of this remarkable legacy and can be seen as you explore the hiking paths. Don't miss the spectacular landscapes like the ochre cliffs of Roussillon or the Provençal Colorado of Rustrel. They're truly enchanting!

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This erstwhile capital of the Comtat Venaissin has so much to offer!

Formerly the capital of the Comtat Venaissin, Carpentras has preserved many reminders of its past. Right at the heart of Vaucluse, this Town of Art and History will take you on a journey through time. Head to the historic centre to discover the Cathedral of St. Siffredus, built at the request of Pope Benedict XIII in the early 15th century. An example of the Southern French Gothic style, it contains paintings, sculptures and the Holy Bit of the Emperor Constantine, forged from one of the nails of the Passion in the 4th century. Another listed monument, the synagogue, was founded in 1367 then extended in the 18th century. It happens to be the oldest active synagogue in France. Its prayer hall is richly decorated and its mikveh (ritual bath) dates back to the 14th century. The Hôtel-Dieu, a former hospital, is another beautiful building known above all for its old apothecary and fine collection of faience pots. Standing 26 metres tall, the Orange gate is the last remnant of the medieval era and was part of a defensive group of four fortified gates.

The town has created a sightseeing walk for visitors wishing to explore the place and its heritage. Follow the itinerary and admire the houses' ochre façades, fountains, mansions, many chapels and Roman arch dating from the 1st century AD. You will also find your way to the old 17th-century bishops' palace, which is now the Courthouse, and the surprising Boyer passage covered by an immense glass roof.

When visiting Carpentras, you can indulge in its two specialities: the famous strawberries, which make their appearance in spring and are celebrated in April, and the delicious berlingots, sweets made from candied fruit syrup, whose production dates back to 1844.

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At the heart of Provence, an incredible site worthy of the Wild West guarantees an amazing change of scene!

In Vaucluse, 2 kilometres south-east of the village of Rustrel, superb landscapes reveal a palette of extraordinary colours. This place is known as the Provençal Colorado. A rather odd name for a spot in the middle of the Luberon! Yet it's a fitting one, as the landscapes before you are like something from a western, for instance the old canyon-like ochre quarries. Formed by erosion and shaped by man over the course of time, they offer a vast array of rock formations. Cliffs, ravines, peaks, caves, promontories… all in different colours ranging from pale yellow to bright red through brown, orange, green and mauve!

Two marked footpaths will help you discover this incredible site worthy of the Wild West: the Sahara circuit, leading to some unique scenery (2.1 km - 40 min), and the Belvederes circuit, offering wonderful viewpoints over the Provençal Colorado (3.9 km - 1h45). The Sahara, the White Desert and the Fairies' Chimneys are among the extraordinary places to admire as you go along. You will also be able to spot unusual plant life seldom seen in the region, such as the chestnut tree, maritime pine, heather and broom.

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This ancient medieval fortress towers majestically over the Comtat Venaissin plain!
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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!

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An impressive canyon with wild and awe-inspiring landscapes!

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.

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From the Palace of the Popes to the Pont d'Avignon bridge, discover the prestigious traces of its past!

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.

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A very charming hilltop village

Surrounded by olive groves and lavender fields, Simiane-la-Rotonde is a typical Provençal hilltop village located between the Luberon mountains and Pays de Forcalquier area. Dominated by the rotunda of the medieval castle, the very charming old village is a very pleasant place to stroll around with its narrow, flower-filled cobbled streets lined with pretty houses, art studios and craft workshops, and picturesque 16th-century covered market, which offers a beautiful view over the surrounding countryside.

At the top of the village stands Agoult-Simiane fortified castle with its rotunda (a 12th-century former keep) and a splendid Romanesque hall with decorative carvings. It also houses an exhibition about the history of the castle, and an introduction to aromatherapy.

An international festival of early music, the Riches Heures Musicales de la Rotonde, is held in the magnificent rotunda every August.

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Rocks finely chiselled by erosion form an exceptional mountain range!

"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!

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Town with Provençal charm popular with artists

In the Provence hills, the chic little town of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence is very well popular with artists and key figures for its charming boulevards lined with plane trees, its pretty narrow streets, its shops, its cafés and restaurants, and its République square, very lively during market days.

Outside of the city is the Antiques plateau, the ancient town of Glanum. Beautiful Roman remains there include the mausoleum (18 metres in height), the municipal arch and the field of ancient ruins comprising temples, a forum, thermal baths, and an ornamental lake.

The Saint-Paul-de-Mausole monastery, hospice since the 18th century, is famous for having welcomed Vincent Van Gogh. Inspired by surrounding nature, the painter produced some of his most famous works there, such as the Sunflowers (Les Tournesols) and the Cypress (Les Cyprès).

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Enjoy a stroll around a Provençal village reminiscent of a traditional nativity scene…

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…

Tourist site
Magnificent hilltop village of the Alpilles mountain range

Perched on the Alpilles mountain range, this beautiful listed village of Les Baux-de-Provence is an essential place to visit. Dominated by the ruins of its citadel, the village possesses charming narrow paved streets lined with restored Renaissance houses. The Saint-Vincent square is the place where the White Penitents chapel and the Saint-Vincent church are, and offers a beautiful view of the area surrounding the village and more especially on the Fontaine valley.

Tourist site
A journey between Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the modern world

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.

Tourist site
Discover the unique landscapes of the giant of Provence!

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.

Tourist site
A mountain range of remarkable biodiversity at the heart of Provence...

Welcome to one of France's smallest regional nature parks! Covering a total surface area of just 510 km², the Alpilles Park, created in 2007 in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône, is spread across a limestone mountain range near the charming small town of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. This territory of abundant biodiversity combining wetlands and dry areas has been shaped by over 4,000 years of civilisation.

At the heart of the Alpilles range, you will see picturesque villages like Les Baux-de-Provence and Eygalières, as well as major archaeological sites such as the Caisses de Jean-Jean oppidum, the Roman site of Barbegal and the Fontvieille hypogea.

The Alpilles' magnificent scenery will also win over visitors in search of scenic walks, with its olive groves, vines, orchards, cypress hedges, garrigue scrubland and pine groves. The area's rural heritage is also very much in evidence, in the form of farmhouses, washhouses, chapels and oratories. Wildlife-lovers will be particularly spoilt in the Alpilles: around 250 bird species live there, including Bonelli's eagle, the lesser kestrel, the Egyptian vulture and the Eurasian eagle-owl.

An ideal place for outdoor activities, the park will also delight fans of rock climbing, hiking, horse-riding and mountain biking. On foot, on horseback or by bike, don't hesitate to explore the many marked trails that wind their way through this superb part of Provence!

The Vallée des Baux oil AOC (controlled appellation of origin) , which applies to the production of black and green olives and premium quality olive oil, is present on around 70% of the territory, with around 350,000 olive trees and around ten oil mills. These are fascinating curiosities for visiting tourists and gourmets, who will also appreciate the other renowned local products like goat's cheese and honey.

Tourist site
A beautiful example of Cistercian art

Founded in the 12th century, the Silvacane abbey, in La Roque-d'Anthéron, constitutes a beautiful example of Cistercian art. Moreover, it is the oldest Cistercian abbey in Provence.

Tourist site
A spectacular setting for a magical display of art!
Route de Maillane, Les Baux-de-Provence
04 90 49 20 02

At the heart of the Alpilles, in Provence, the former limestone quarries near the wonderful mountain village of Les Baux-de-Provence now provide a venue for multimedia shows that are unique in the world. Its temporary exhibitions celebrate big names in art history. Their works are projected onto the high walls and pillars of the Val d'Enfer quarries, to the sound of music. The rock becomes a three-dimensional screen. It comes to life under the spotlights, lit up by monumental, luminous images, immersing visitors in an unforgettable visual and auditory experience.

With music that perfectly reflects the chosen theme, masterpieces by such famous artists as Van Gogh, Chagall, Picasso or Klimt have been made even more sublime by these magical displays!

Tourist site
This famous windmill is home to the Alphonse Daudet museum

It is on a pretty hill in the surroundings of the Fontvieille city that is located the famous Daudet mill. This windmill can be visited and is home to the Alphonse-Daudet museum exhibiting souvenirs of the writer. The mechanism of the building is also explained. In contrary to what people often believe, Alphonse Daudet did not write "Les Lettres de mon Moulin" (Letters from my Mill) there.

Tourist site
Set off to discover this magnificent territory in South-East France!

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.

Tourist site
A picturesque village overlooked by its medieval citadel

In the rolling hills of the Pays du Forcalquier area, between the Luberon and Lure mountain, lies the delightful village of Mane. A fortified "Cité de Caractère" dominated by its 12-century medieval citadel, Mane is as pretty as a picture with its picturesque, steep, cobbled lanes, mansions and beautiful stone houses. It also offers a magnificent panoramic view from around the citadel over the roofs of the village and surrounding Provence countryside.

At one end of the village nestle two more architectural gems: the 12th-century Romanesque Notre-Dame de Salagon priory and the 18th-century Château de Sauvan. The priory, a listed historic monument, houses the Haute-Provence departmental museum of ethnology, with permanent and temporary exhibitions, and possesses an ethnobotanical garden. The château, located not far from the priory, is known as the "Petit Trianon of Provence". Its grounds feature a French-style formal garden, while the superb classical building contains beautiful furnished rooms.

Tourist site
Enjoy a stroll in this historic town full of sumptuous heritage

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.

Gordes
So much beauty in this village, a jewel in Provence's crown
Sénanque Abbey
A Cistercian Romanesque gem at the heart of the Luberon
The Village of Bories
Experience the Provençal way of life in bygone days
Roussillon
A marvellous colour palette in a Provençal village listed among the most beautiful in France!
L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue
A charming Provence town where life flows as peacefully as its river
Fontaine-de-Vaucluse
An emerald green spring gushes forth from a mysterious chasm…
Pernes-les-Fontaines
A pretty little medieval town with many hidden treasures
The Luberon Regional Nature Park
Its varied and unspoilt landscapes will delight lovers of nature and sport!
Carpentras
This erstwhile capital of the Comtat Venaissin has so much to offer!
The Provençal Colorado
At the heart of Provence, an incredible site worthy of the Wild West guarantees an amazing change of scene!
Barroux Castle
This ancient medieval fortress towers majestically over the Comtat Venaissin plain!
The Nesque Gorges
An impressive canyon with wild and awe-inspiring landscapes!
Avignon
From the Palace of the Popes to the Pont d'Avignon bridge, discover the prestigious traces of its past!
Simiane-la-Rotonde
A very charming hilltop village
The Dentelles de Montmirail
Rocks finely chiselled by erosion form an exceptional mountain range!
Saint-Rémy-de-Provence
Town with Provençal charm popular with artists
Séguret
Enjoy a stroll around a Provençal village reminiscent of a traditional nativity scene…
Les Baux-de-Provence
Magnificent hilltop village of the Alpilles mountain range
Vaison-la-Romaine
A journey between Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the modern world
Mount Ventoux
Discover the unique landscapes of the giant of Provence!
The Alpilles Regional Nature Park
A mountain range of remarkable biodiversity at the heart of Provence...
The Silvacane abbey
A beautiful example of Cistercian art
Les Carrières de Lumières
A spectacular setting for a magical display of art!
The Daudet Mill
This famous windmill is home to the Alphonse Daudet museum
The Baronnies Provençales Regional Nature Park
Set off to discover this magnificent territory in South-East France!
Mane
A picturesque village overlooked by its medieval citadel
Orange
Enjoy a stroll in this historic town full of sumptuous heritage
Museum
5382F, Coustellet - Cabrières-d'Avignon

It is a space dedicated to lavender, which is constantly evolving, each year bringing its share of novelties or innovations.

Immersion in the world of Lavender Fine, an unexpected visit, lively, informative and fun: Films, unique collections, animations...

Galerie Despierres
Art gallery in Gordes
Galerie Ocre Rouge
Art gallery in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue
Musée de la Lavande
Museum in Cabrières-d'Avignon
Amusement park
D24 - Lagnes
04 90 38 56 87

Discover a natural environment in the heart of Provence in the Vaucluse.

All of the adventure trails are in continuous life line, to offer you extreme sensations in complete safety.

Amusement park
D57 - Fontaine-de-Vaucluse
04 90 38 26 22

The descent of the Sorgue in Canoe is between Fontaine de Vaucluse and Isle sur la Sorgue (84).

Accessible to all from 3 years, you will spend a moment of relaxation and refreshment.

Let yourself be guided for an adventure of about 2 hours.

We advise you to book in advance at +33 4 90 38 26 22.

Amusement park
800, Allée de Beaulieu - Monteux

Wave island, an ideal water park for the whole family near Monteux en Provence. The Wave Island Aquatic Center is known for its amusing attractions, suitable for all ages.

Amusement park
848, Chemin de la Sorguette - Monteux

Spirou Park offers family attractions around Rollers Coasters and digital simulators with Spirou theme and many other characters: Gaston Lagaffe, Marsupilami, Fantasio, Lucky Luke,...

Passerelles des Cimes à Lagnes
Amusement park in Lagnes
Canoe Évasion
Amusement park in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse
Wave Island Parc Aquatique
Amusement park in Monteux
Parc Spirou
Amusement park in Monteux
Culture
Entertainment
Post office
PLACE DU JEU DE BOULES - Gordes
Opening times:

Monday: 08:45 AM – 11:45 AM
Tuesday: 08:45 AM – 11:45 AM
Wednesday: 08:45 AM – 11:45 AM
Thursday: 08:45 AM – 11:45 AM
Friday: 08:45 AM – 11:30 AM
Saturday: 08:45 AM – 11:30 AM
Sunday: Fermé

La Poste
Post office in Gordes
Tourist office
Le Château Place Genty Pantaly - Gordes
04 90 72 02 75
From 1 April to 30 September

Monday to Saturday: 9h-12h30 / 13h30-18h

Sunday and holidays: 10h-12h30 / 13h30-18h

From 1 October to 31 March

Tuesday to Saturday: 9h-12h30 / 14h-17h30

Holidays: 10h-12h30 / 14h-17h30

Closed Monday and Sunday.

Tourist office
Place François Tourel - Cavaillon
04 90 71 32 01
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 01:00 PM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 01:00 PM

Office de Tourisme Gordes
Tourist office in Gordes
Office de Tourisme Luberon Coeur de Provence | Cavaillon
Tourist office in Cavaillon
Grocery
Place de la Poste - Gordes
04 32 50 47 07
Opening times:

Monday: 07:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 03:00 PM – 06:30 PM
Tuesday: 07:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 03:00 PM – 06:30 PM
Wednesday: 07:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 03:00 PM – 06:30 PM
Thursday: 07:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 03:00 PM – 06:30 PM
Friday: 07:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 03:00 PM – 06:30 PM
Saturday: 07:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 03:00 PM – 06:30 PM
Sunday: 07:30 AM – 12:30 AM

Department store
2, Place Genty Pantaly - Gordes
04 90 72 00 18
Opening times:

Monday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM

Supermarket
157, Avenue du Tourail - Maubec
Coccimarket
Grocery in Gordes
Le Miel Peyron
Department store in Gordes
Super u
Supermarket in Maubec
Hairdresser
Rue de la Combe - Gordes
04 90 72 02 04
Collinet Corinne
Hairdresser in Gordes
Parking
Gordes

Three paid car parks at Gordes

Entry 4 €

Petrol station
D2 - Gordes
04 90 76 91 80
Opening times:

Monday: Open 24 hours a day
Tuesday: Open 24 hours a day
Wednesday: Open 24 hours a day
Thursday: Open 24 hours a day
Friday: Open 24 hours a day
Saturday: Open 24 hours a day
Sunday: Open 24 hours a day

Repair workshop
Route Gordes les Imberts - Gordes
04 90 76 91 80
Repair workshop
Le jas - Joucas
04 90 72 09 74
Petrol station
3, Avenue Robert Garcin - Fontaine-de-Vaucluse
Parking
Parking in Gordes
Relais du Ventoux - Les Imberts
Petrol station in Gordes
Chauvin Stéphane
Repair workshop in Gordes
Giraud Didier
Repair workshop in Joucas
Retour Car
Petrol station in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse
Airport
335, Avenue Clément Ader - Avignon
04 90 81 51 51
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM

Airport
Chemin des Felons, Avignon
04 90 81 51 75
Aéroport d'Avignon - Caumont
Airport in Avignon
Aéroport d'Avignon
Airport in Avignon
Post offices
Administration
Supermarkets
Shops
Motor services
Transport
Restaurant
Petit Palais d'Aglaé, 1 Route de Murs - Gordes
04 32 50 21 02
Opening times:

Monday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:30 PM – 09:30 PM
Tuesday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:30 PM – 09:30 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:30 PM – 09:30 PM
Thursday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:30 PM – 09:30 PM
Friday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:30 PM – 09:30 PM
Saturday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:30 PM – 09:30 PM
Sunday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:30 PM – 09:30 PM

Restaurant
Route de Senanque - Gordes
04 90 72 12 13
Restaurant
Route de Murs - Gordes
04 90 72 12 34
Opening times:

Monday: 09:30 AM – 06:30 PM
Tuesday: 09:30 AM – 06:30 PM
Wednesday: 09:30 AM – 06:30 PM
Thursday: 09:30 AM – 06:30 PM
Friday: 09:30 AM – 06:30 PM
Saturday: 09:30 AM – 06:30 PM
Sunday: 09:30 AM – 06:30 PM

Restaurant
Route de Murs - Gordes
04 90 72 35 56
Opening times:

Monday: 11:30 AM – 03:00 PM, 06:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday: 11:30 AM – 03:00 PM, 06:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 03:00 PM, 06:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Thursday: 11:30 AM – 03:00 PM, 06:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 11:30 AM – 03:00 PM, 06:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Saturday: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Sunday: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM

Restaurant
Place du Château - Gordes
04 90 72 18 91
Opening times:

Monday: 12:00 AM – 08:30 PM
Tuesday: 12:00 AM – 08:30 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 AM – 08:30 PM
Thursday: 12:00 AM – 08:30 PM
Friday: 12:00 AM – 08:30 PM
Saturday: 12:00 AM – 08:30 PM
Sunday: 12:00 AM – 08:30 PM

Restaurant
Place du chateau - Gordes
04 90 72 18 91
Restaurant
Rue de la Gendarmerie, 84220 - Gordes
04 32 50 27 52
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 07:15 PM – 09:30 PM
Wednesday: 07:15 PM – 09:30 PM
Thursday: 07:15 PM – 09:30 PM
Friday: 07:15 PM – 09:30 PM
Saturday: 12:15 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:15 PM – 09:30 PM
Sunday: 12:15 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:15 PM – 09:30 PM

Restaurant
Rue de la Combe - Gordes
04 90 72 12 12
Restaurant
Route de Senanque - Gordes
04 90 72 00 51
Opening times:

Monday: Open 24 hours a day
Tuesday: Open 24 hours a day
Wednesday: Open 24 hours a day
Thursday: Open 24 hours a day
Friday: Open 24 hours a day
Saturday: Open 24 hours a day
Sunday: Open 24 hours a day

Restaurant
Rue des Tracapelles - Gordes
04 90 72 11 62
Restaurant
Route neuve - Gordes
04 32 50 21 74
Restaurant
Les Gervais - Gordes
04 90 72 02 63
Restaurant
Place Château - Gordes
04 90 72 29 82
Restaurant
Avenue du Luberon - Goult
04 90 72 15 09
Restaurant Le Petit Palais d'Aglaé
Restaurant in Gordes
Le Mas des Romarins
Restaurant in Gordes
Le Jardin
Restaurant in Gordes
Casa Rosario
Restaurant in Gordes
Le Provençal
Restaurant in Gordes
La Bastide de Pierres
Restaurant in Gordes
Restaurant L'Outsider
Restaurant in Gordes
La Bastide de Gordes
Restaurant in Gordes
Les Bories & Spa *****
Restaurant in Gordes
Restaurant la Trinquette
Restaurant in Gordes
Le Teston
Restaurant in Gordes
Carcarille
Restaurant in Gordes
L'Encas
Restaurant in Gordes
Le Carillon
Restaurant in Goult
Bar
Le Village, Gordes
04 90 72 12 12
Opening times:

Monday: 06:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Tuesday: 06:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Wednesday: 06:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Thursday: 06:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Friday: 06:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Saturday: 06:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Sunday: 06:00 PM – 00:00 AM

Bar
Route Neuve - Gordes
Bar
place du château - Gordes
04 90 72 10 95
Opening times:

Monday: 07:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Tuesday: 07:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Wednesday: 07:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Thursday: 07:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Friday: 07:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Saturday: 07:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Sunday: 07:30 AM – 08:00 PM

Le TIGrr Gordes
Bar in Gordes
Bar à jus - Juice Bar
Bar in Gordes
Le Cercle Républicain
Bar in Gordes
Bakery
Route Neuve - Gordes
04 90 72 09 34
Opening times:

Monday: 07:00 AM – 12:30 AM
Tuesday: 07:00 AM – 12:30 AM
Wednesday: Fermé
Thursday: 07:00 AM – 12:30 AM
Friday: 07:00 AM – 12:30 AM
Saturday: 07:00 AM – 12:30 AM
Sunday: 07:00 AM – 12:30 AM

Bakery
2, Rue de l'Église - Gordes
04 90 72 02 38
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 07:00 AM – 07:00 PM
Sunday: 07:00 AM – 06:00 PM

Bakery
190, Avenue du Tourail - Maubec
04 90 72 12 85
La Boulangerie de Mamie Jane
Bakery in Gordes
Cayrol Thierry
Bakery in Gordes
La vie en Rose
Bakery in Maubec
Restaurants
Cafés
Bakeries
Hospital
Route de Murs - Gordes
04 90 72 72 00
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Doctor
Place Charles de Gaulle - Gordes
09 61 65 19 56
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM

Dentist
Place Château - Gordes
04 90 72 02 97
Chemist
1, Rue de l'Église - Gordes
04 90 72 02 10
Hospital
79, Allée des Ormeaux - L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue
04 90 03 88 28
Hospital
119, Avenue Georges Clemenceau - Cavaillon
Hôpital Local Maison de Retraite
Hospital in Gordes
Gordes Medical
Doctor in Gordes
Dupuy Delphine
Dentist in Gordes
Pharmacie de Gordes
Chemist in Gordes
Hôpital De Jour Les Ormeaux
Hospital in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue
Centre Hospitalier de Cavaillon
Hospital in Cavaillon
Town hall
Place du Château - Gordes
04 90 72 02 08
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Thursday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Sunday: Fermé

Police
Place René Cassin, Gordes
04 90 72 01 01
Fire brigade
5867, Chemin des Parties - Cabrières-d'Avignon
Mairie
Town hall in Gordes
Gendarmerie Gordes
Police in Gordes
Citerne d'eau Mv11
Fire brigade in Cabrières-d'Avignon
Vet
174, Route de Gordes - Cabrières-d'Avignon
04 90 76 75 40
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:30 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:30 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:30 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:30 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Sunday: Fermé

Vet
279, Route des Alpes - Robion
04 90 76 66 99
Opening times:

Monday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Clinique Vétérinaire des Ocres
Vet in Cabrières-d'Avignon
Clinique de la Bastide
Vet in Robion

Emergency Medical Assistance : 15
Police Emergency Service : 17
Fire Brigade : 18
Violences Femmes Info (helpline for female victims of violence) : 3919
European Emergency Service : 112

Healthcare
Public services
Vets

Departure times:

10h for rentals

12h for camping pitches

Cleaning is your responsibility in all rentals.

We ask you to leave your rental ready to welcome new guests:

cupboards clean and tidy, folded blankets, disposable pads removed, clean dishes (washed and wiped), washed floors, sanitary and clean bathroom (toilet bowl, sink, shower tray), clean glass surfaces (mirrors, door shower), clean kitchen (sink, hob, worktop), refrigerator defrosted and clean.

If you do not want to clean, a package of 50 to 75 € (depending on your rental) will be charged extra.

Upon departure, the client must present himself at the reception to make an inventory of departure of the rental.

For early departures, thank you to report it to the reception.

Nearest airports:
  • (31 km, 36 min)
  • (75 km, 1h08)
  • (109 km, 1h23)
Nearest railway stations:
  • (20 km, 28 min)
  • (40 km, 59 min)
  • (42 km, 55 min)
  • (80 km, 1h10)
Nearest seaport:
  • (91 km, 1h12)

After your stay, you will receive by mail a link to post your opinion on our establishment.

Alternatively, you can also submit your opinion to sites such as Tripadvisor, Zoover, Google +,...

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