Vaison-la-Romaine, made by Romans

  • Vaison-la-Romaine © HOCQUEL A. / coll. ADT Vaucluse Tourisme
  • Vaison's bridge © BRONNER T. / Coll. ADT Vaucluse Tourisme
  • Ancient roman site  © HOCQUEL A. / coll. ADT Vaucluse Tourisme
  • Cloister in Vaison © LAURIN M. / Coll. ADT Vaucluse Tourisme
  • Vaison's street © BRONNER T. / Coll. ADT Vaucluse Tourisme
Vaison-la-Romaine in Provence

Vaison-la-Romaine, a vividly past

Vaison-la-Romaine was a prosperous Roman town: the rich homes and the quality of the decoration that can still be admired today are evidence of this opulent period.

 

The Roman bridge, a major architectural monument, connects the lower town to the medieval town.

 

At the Théo Desplans Archaeological Museum you can see the remains of the sumptuous decorations at first hand and immerse yourself in the daily life of the Romans.

 

Mont Ventoux is also a land of flavours with the truffles, the cherries of Mont de Venasque and the strawberries from Carpentras.