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Provence markets

At a Provence market, you’re spoilt for choice between the many flavours and colours of the South of France: fruit and vegetables, a fragrant range of herbs and plants, goats’ cheese…

Vaucluse, in the heart of Provence

Discover Vaucluse’s destinations

Paris VAUCLUSE Orange Carpentras Bollène Valréas Avignon Vaison-la-Romaine Montpellier / Nîmes Lyon / Valence Dignes-les-Bains Cavaillon Massifdu Luberon Isle-sur-la-Sorgue Apt Sault Pertuis la Tour d’Aigues Drôme Alpes deHautes Provence Bouchesdu Rhône Gard Marseille / Aix-en-Provence Villeneuve-lès-Avignon Châteauneuf-du-Pape MontVentoux Dentellesde Montmirail

The Rhône Valley

The Rhône runs its course from its riverbed in the South of the Drôme, between vineyards and ancient edifices, all the way to the sea. It wends its way through a diverse range of landscapes and scenes which beckon the voyager in all of us – from the Fortress of Mornas to the famous vineyards of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, from North to South, the Rhône Valley has countless stories to tell…

Avignon, the Popes’ city

Avignon is renowned for its cultural riches and its Provençal specialities, but the Popes’ city has many more surprises in store!

Mont Ventoux – the Giant of Provence

A whopping 1,909 metres high, Mont Ventoux is truly the guard watching over Vaucluse.
Hikes, bike rides, and even a top destination for food lovers:
the mountain, symbolic of Provence, reveals all its secrets…

The Luberon

Embark on a colourful journey during your stay in the Luberon!
A land where the red of the cliffs mingles with the ochre tones of picturesque villages, and where the laid-back Provençal lifestyle captures the hearts of its inhabitants.

Tourism in Vaucluse

Fancy a holiday in the South of France with the kids, with your significant other or with friends? Looking for a hotel, a guesthouse or a campsite? Look no further than Avignon and its tourist sites, the mountain villages of the Luberon and the Mont Ventoux, all of which are waiting to be explored on foot, by bike or on a day trip.