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Cycling and mountain biking

What could be more enjoyable than a bike ride on paths lined with vineyards or lavender fields? On these routes which cross the landscape around the Mont Ventoux, through the AOC Côtes du Rhône vineyards, along the rivers surrounding Isle sur la Sorgue or through the heart of the Luberon, the magic of Provence casts its spell.
To make your stay unforgettable, there is a whole network of professional hoteliers, bike rental companies, restaurateurs and taxis, organised around the “Provence by bike” network and ready to help with your travel arrangements and your stay.

Access to forest areas

Access to the forests of Vaucluse is regulated both for your safety and for the preservation of sites sensitive to forest fire

IRE RISK: REGULATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
Each year, during the summer, access to certain forest areas is monitored according to weather conditions and fire risk.
For daily information about fire risk levels, contact 04 28 31 77 11 or visit www.risque-prevention-incendie.fr/vaucluse

BIVOUAC AND WILD CAMPING
Bivouac and wild camping are prohibited from July 1st to September 15th in the forests of Vaucluse.

Vaucluse forest