The Mont Ventoux
Also called the Giant of Provence, Mont Ventoux overlooks all of Provence. At the top, you will get a superb viewpoint at an altitude of 1,910 meters. You can climb to the top of Mont Ventoux by car, on foot, by bike, by motorbike or even on horseback. It is a unique experience in the heart of nature that awaits you.
The Toulourenc Valley
Discover an exceptional landscape between turquoise water and green nature, visit the astonishing gorges of Toulourenc. This natural site is fragile and needs to be preserved. Many animal species and many varieties of plants inhabit this space. Strolling, swimming and relaxation will be on the program for your day.
Rasteau is a charming medieval village in Vaucluse. Rasteau is known and renowned for wine tourism. Stroll through the alleys of the city center to discover the remains of another era. The village is revealed during a one hour circuit. We also advise you to go to the outskirts of the village in the wine estates of Rasteau.
In the middle of the vineyards, stands the charming village of Séguret, classified among the "Most beautiful villages of France". We advise you to discover the Reynier gate, the Saint-Denis church, the ruins of the feudal castle, the Sainte-Thècle Chapel, the rue des Poternes, the Mascarons fountain and the Place des Arceaux.
Located to the west of Ventoux, discover the village of Sablet. This authentic and picturesque village will seduce you with its shaded alleys, its flower-filled squares, its remains of the old ramparts and its pleasant fountains. Stroll through the streets that wind around the church, located in the heart of the village.
At the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail, discover the village of Beaumes-de-Venise. Whether you prefer to discover historical monuments or take a walk in the heart of nature, this village will surprise you. We invite you to discover: the Ambrosi caves, the oppidum des Courens, the Saint-Hilaire Chapel and the ruins of Castellas.
Suzette is a small village, offering a breathtaking panorama over the entire region, suspended on a rocky outcrop at 410 meters. We invite you to discover the huge all-ceramic orientation table. The village is surrounded by vineyards.
Protected from the mistral by Mont Ventoux, discover the village of Bédoin. Walk through the maze of the village and discover the traces of the past. Learn more about the history of this village as you walk the streets. Remember to go through the Monday morning market, you will appreciate all the flavors and scents of Provence.
Meet in the cradle of lavender, the village of Sault. Located at an altitude of 766 meters, the village of Sault is an important stopover on the Route de la Lavande. Many activities will be on the program for your days in Sault: visit to distilleries, stroll around lavender fields and summer celebrations around lavender.