Cherry trees © Hocquel

The best spots for taking photos of the cherry trees blossoming

When spring arrives, the fruit trees blossom. One of the most emblematic in the plains of Vaucluse is the cherry tree, which becomes covered in a profusion of white blossom that promises to produce beautiful red fruit at the start of summer.

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Did you know?

Monts de Venasque cherries have an indication géographique protégée (IGP – protected geographical indication)

The cherries harvested at the foot of the Ventoux are mostly Burlats, a variety of bigarreau cherry created in 1915 by Léonard Burlat that are well-known for tasting delicious.

Cerises du Vaucluse