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La Bastide de Vaison is ideally located near the town center of Vaison-la-Romaine. Follow in the footsteps of the Romans, visiting a city full of history, charm and authenticity. Vaison la Romaine is an open-air museum where 2000 years of history are revealed. We advise you to visit the archaeological sites of Puymin and la Villasse, the Archaeological Museum of Théo Desplans, the Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth Cathedral and its cloister, the Saint-Quenin Chapel, the ancient theater , the Comtal castle, the Roman Bridge and the garden of the 9 ladies. All year round, the city comes alive with festivals and friendly events such as the GF Mont Ventoux race, the Antique Theater Festival and the Vaison Danses Festival.  

Vaison also offers great concerts in the Théâtre Antique: M- (Matthieu Chedid) / Thibault Cauvin June 26, Christophe Maé June 28 , Alain Souchon on July 3, Véronique Sanson on July 28, Patrick Fiori on July 31!

The Laces of Montmirail

The Dentelles de Montmirail are a mountain range located north of Carpentras, south of Vaison la Romaine and to the west of Mont Ventoux. The Dentelles de Montmirail are renowned for their numerous climbing routes, for their hiking trails suitable for all levels and for wine tourism. On the Dentelles de Montmirail, we advise you to discover some of the most beautiful villages in France such as Beaumes-de-Venise, Gigondas, La Roque Alric, Lafare and Vacqueyras. 

Mont Ventoux

Also called the Giant of Provence, Mont Ventoux overlooks all of Provence. At the top, you will get a superb viewpoint at 1,910 meters above sea level. You can climb to the summit of Mont Ventoux by car, on foot, by bike, motorbike or even on horseback. A unique experience in the great outdoors awaits you.

The Laces of Montmirail

The Dentelles de Montmirail massif is renowned for climbing, hiking and its exceptional wines. Amateur or expert climbers enjoy the effort on steep walls and also enjoy the panorama. Hikers also find what they're looking for with its three parallel mountain ranges. Famous territory for the wines of Beaumes de Venise, Vacqueyras and Gigondas


Rasteau is a charming medieval village in Vaucluse. Rasteau is known and renowned for wine tourism. Stroll through the streets of the city center to discover vestiges of another era. The village is revealed during a one-hour tour. We also advise you to go to the outskirts of the village to the Rasteau wine estates


In the middle of the vineyards, stands the charming village of Séguret, classified among the “Most beautiful villages in 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 streets, its flowery squares, its remains of the old ramparts and its pleasant fountains. Stroll through the streets that wrap 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 stroll in the heart of nature, this village will surprise you. We invite you to discover: the Ambrosi caves, the Courens oppidum, 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 spur at 410 meters. We invite you to discover the immense orientation table made entirely of ceramic. The village is surrounded by vineyards


Protected from the mistral by Mont Ventoux, discover the village of Bédoin. Explore the mazes 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 stop by the market on Monday morning, you will appreciate all the flavors and scents of Provence.


Meet the birthplace of lavender, the village of Sault. Located at an altitude of 766 meters, the village of Sault is an important stop on the Lavender Route. many activities will be on the agenda for your days in Sault: visiting distilleries, walking around the lavender fields and summer festivals around lavender.