Around your house.

To visit around the house During your stay in Vaucluse, in the heart of Provence, experience fun, cultural, sporting, and gastronomic activities. Vaucluse offers a wide range of activities to discover with family or friends.

1.Mont Ventoux -2.The Ochres of Bédoin - 3. Bedoin market  - 4.Lavender fields of Sault -5.Gordes -6. Vaison-La-Romaine - 7.Venasque


Mont Ventoux is a remarkable natural site, classified as a "biosphere reserve" by UNESCO, a regional park, and a Natura 2000 site. Its largely preserved nature allows for the discovery of exceptional fauna and flora. Birds, birds of prey, deer, roe deer, chamois, mouflons, and wild boars can be observed by enthusiasts. The "Giant of Provence" watches us as we travel along the holiday route—impossible to escape its gaze! At 1,910 meters high, Mont Ventoux overlooks Provence, Luberon, and the Rhône Valley. For nature lovers, there are numerous hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking trails through beautiful pine and oak forests.

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Les Ocres de Bedoin

The Ochre Massif, a classified and protected territory, is an integral part of the Regional Natural Park, the UNESCO Global Geopark, and the Biosphere Reserve. The exceptional colors of this unusual mineral landscape are due to iron oxide, which colors the cliffs in various shades, from yellow to violet, including red and orange. Near the hamlet of Les Baux, a few kilometers from the center of Bédoin, a beautiful bucolic walk awaits you in the ochres of the 'Demoiselles Coiffées' (the Hooded Ladies). Embark on a discovery!

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The Market of Bedoin

The large weekly market in Bedoin is one of the most beautiful 'markets of Provence'. It offers an extraordinary array of scents and colors created by the numerous local producers and merchants who set up along the main street and in the village squares, which become pedestrianized for the occasion. Parking is available in the parking lots at the entrances of Bedoin. The market takes place every Monday morning, all year round."

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The Lavenders of Sault

On the foothills of Mont Ventoux, the Sault plateau is a major hub for fine lavender. At an altitude of 800 meters, its fields display a range of hues from pinkish-gray to blue, mauve, and purple, framed here and there by the green of forests, the yellow of broom or crops, and a sky often azure blue.Typically, the lavender blooms between mid-June and mid-July before being harvested. On the high plateaus, such as in Sault, it blooms later, and you can still see it until early August.

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At the edge of the Luberon Regional Nature Park, in the heart of the Vaucluse mountains, Gordes embodies the essence of the perched Provençal village. Described, photographed, and admired a thousand times, it owes its fame to the illustrious artists who once revealed it and left a culturally vibrant imprint.

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This town does indeed hold a rich ancient heritage, represented by the impressive remains of La Villasse and Le Puymin. These two sites, spanning about fifteen hectares, bear witness to the extent and wealth of the ancient Gallo-Roman city of Vasio. On their own, they form the largest archaeological field in France !

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Nestled at the foot of Mont Ventoux and perched on a rocky peak overlooking vineyards, scrubland, and cherry orchards, Venasque is an ancient medieval city. Today, you can still see the remnants of ramparts and three Saracen towers. In the heart of the Provençal village, you'll find steep alleys, houses made of golden stones, as well as the Notre-Dame church-cathedral and a magnificent baptistery dating back to the 11th century.

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Cultural activities

Enjoy the prestigious cultural events that take place in spring and summer in your region :
Festival of Avignon, Chorégies d'Orange, Choralies de Vaison la Romaine, Photographic meeting of Arles...

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