What to do in Vaucluse?

Stroll in Provence, open to the charm of small villages at the foot of Mont Ventoux, one even more attractive than the other; Bedoin, Crillon-le-Brave, Malaucene,
For a magnificent view over Mont Ventoux, go to Carpentras or Vaison-la-Romaine, or Buis-les-Barronies. Everywhere it will remain your landmark.
The lavender fields on the Sault side will take your breath away …

And then Fontaine-de-Vaucluse with its breathtaking spring and crystal clear water, a refreshing atmosphere in the summer.
Every day, you can discover one of the many markets where local producers are happy to make you work the taste buds with their specialty.
Many wine growers will be happy to welcome you in their domain or cellar to share the terroir of Côtes du Rhône, Ventoux and Lubéron.
 
For sportive people…
Mountain bike and road bike: several possible circuits and of course the ascent of the mythical Giant of Provence
Hiking: many possibilities (Mont-Ventoux massif, the Dentelles de Montmirail, the Monts de Vaucluse, the Luberon, …), the Nesque gorges. A hiking trail passes a few dozen meters from La Sidoine.
Climbing: Equipped sites: Dark Combe, Dentelles de Montmirail, Venasque, Buis-les-Baronnies, St-Léger-du-Ventoux
Horse riding: Riding school near La Sidoine
Tennis: A Crillon-le-Brave and Bedoin
Golf: in Saumane (Isle sur la Sorgue), Morières-les-Avignon and Vedène (Avignon)
Canoeing: on the Sorgue (Fontaine de Vaucluse) and on the Rhone (Avignon)
Art, culture and traditions

Traditional festivals, festivals (Avignon Festival, Chorégies d’Orange, Gordes summer evenings, Vaison Festival), museums, historical monuments, crafts to discover in the surrounding towns and villages

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