In the heart of Provence, the Vaucluse is an area brimming with treasures of the land and of man. Visit the celebrated lavender fields and colourful markets where wow factor stalls are filled with mouth-watering local produce. Discover historic cities and cultural icons such as the monumental Palais des Papes in Avignon, the region’s capital. Charming, picturesque and unforgettable…
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Set on the edge of the beautiful Vaucluse plateau and close to the prestigious Côte du Rhône wine villages, this lively Provençal village between the Mont Ventoux and the Luberon Valley is a paradise for cyclists and wine-lovers.
The village of Gordes is a beautiful stone village perched high on the southern end of the Plateau of the Vaucluse. The whole village, built from local stone, glows golden in the morning sun, which is a view only matched by the views over the forests of the Luberon.
Barely 20 km from Avignon in beautiful southeastern France, the effervescent town of L'Isle sur la Sorgue is famed for its lively antiques scene. Close to the scenic perched villages of the Luberon Valley and within striking distance of Châteauneuf du Pape’s prestigious vineyards, L'Isle sur la Sorgue is known as “the Venice of the Comtat” for its waterways that bring a welcome freshness to the town’s streets and terraces.
At the foot of the Mount Ventoux Caromb is a quiet and charming village. Steeped in tradition and is the ideal place for those who would like a holiday away from the masses. A Caromb holiday offers visitors the chance to relax in stunning surroundings with a several activities available for the more energetic in the group. A Caromb holiday rental provides all of the comforts that you would expect of a hotel with the added bonus of some stunning scenery.
Set on the edge of the beautiful Vaucluse plateau and close to the prestigious Côte du Rhône wine villages, Carpentras is a lively Provençal town between the Mont Ventoux and the Luberon Valley is a paradise for cyclists and wine-lovers.
The scenic French village of Venasque is perched on top of a rocky outcrop in the Nesque valley, in the region of Vaucluse. It has been declared one of the most beautiful villages in France and has impressive monuments and a fascinating history.
At the foot of the famous Mont Ventoux, in the Vaucluse, the small perched town of Bédoin overlooks majestically the surroundings. The church of Saint Pierre, which dominates its town center, is visible for miles. Bedoin is also considered the mecca for cyclists in Provence.
Dating back to the 10th Century. The picturesque village of Malaucene and the beautiful surrounding countryside are the main draw for visitors. The traditional weekly food market, and the excellent wineries on the outskirts of the village are not to be missed.
La Roque sur Pernes is one of the hilltop villages of Comtat Venaissin. It owes its name to its crown of Limestone rocks against which it is built.
Beaumes de Venise is a small, picturesque French village named after the old Provencal name for caves – ‘beaumes’, which are to be found in the surrounding hills.
The magnificent, ancient town of Avignon, France, is simply beautiful. There are fantastic attractions everywhere in Avignon. Avignon heart of Provence, the wonderful papal city, the historical city center and the breath-taking papal palace. You shouldn't visit the Vaucluse without a visit to Avignon ...
The ancient fortified village of Bonnieux is perched high above the Combe de Lourmarin, dominated by the ancient church which marks the skyline. The village has a wonderfully Provençal appearance, and is a great base for walking and cycling holidays as well as the wider exploration of the Luberon area.
Vaison-la-Romaine is a beautiful old town in Provence, with so much to see and do. The historic section is in two parts, the Colline du Château on a height on one side of the Ouvèze, the "upper city" and on the opposite bank, the "lower city" centered on the Colline de la Villasse.
Located in the heart of the Vaucluse, at the gateway to the Luberon Regional Nature Park, the hilltop village of Roussillon is world famous for its colourful dwellings and ochre rocks, which make it one of the most beautiful villages in France.
A former Roman military camp, Apt is today a small Provençal town where you will find charming holiday rentals. Apt is a retreat in the Calavon valley, between the Monts de Vaucluse and the Massif du Lubéron. The old part of the town, Vieille Ville, is a magnificent tourist attraction, which hides behind the old town walls, hidden from the road by the newer residential area which now surrounds the historic centre.
Robion is a small and peaceful village in the heart of Provence. The village which sits in at the foot of the mountains of the Luberon Natural Park in an area rich in olive groves, vineyards and market villages - is close to everything.
Lourmarin is a typical Provençal village often regarded as one of the countries most beautiful villages. Nestled among lush vineyards, blossoming almond trees and fragrant olive groves, Lourmarin is filled with a great range of pavement cafes, lively restaurants and fashionable boutiques which combine to create a wonderfully friendly, animated atmosphere.
This beautiful little village of the Luberon, classified among the most beautiful villages of France, is built on top of a hill and surrounded by magnificent landscapes.
The ancient village of Oppede is located in the southeast of France on the northern flank of the Luberon Mountains in Provence.
Goult enjoys an almost perfect location perched on a hill within the Luberon region, close enough to neighboring villages and towns for variety, but far away enough to fully enjoy its peacefulness
Lacoste is located in the Vaucluse department of Provence. Stroll through the narrow streets full of history and admire the vestiges of the Castle of the Marquis de Sade
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