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Saint-Didier Saint-Didier - 64
Saint-Didier 66 - Saint Didier Village
Saint-Didier Saint-Didier - 1943

Saint-Didier, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue

Located between Pernes-les-Fontaines and Venasque, this charming little village has preserved its historical heritage. It is a lively place all year round from where you can take lovely walks to discover the bucolic countryside of the Vaucluse hills. A place where life is good.

What makes this village special?

The village was built along a course lined with plane trees, hackberry trees and fountains. Shops and cafes are pleasant entertainment venues.

In the village, you cannot miss its stone porch, surmounted by a clock tower. It marks the entrance to the Château de Thézan, built in the 15th century on the foundations of a Roman villa and enlarged in the 18th century . The good news is that after more than thirty years of closure, it has been restored and is about to open to the public from June 4 to September 18, 2022.

Come stroll through the alleys of the park where the large exceptional trees rub shoulders with the sculptures of the artist Étienne Viard! Facing the castle, the Saint-Didier church was for a long time a simple room and outbuilding of the latter. In the 17th century, it was enlarged with a nave of three bays plus a chancel. It will still undergo changes, but it has not changed since 1810. Inside, you can admire a high altar and its altarpiece inaugurated in 1712, by Jacques Bernus, the great Comtadin sculptor of the time.

Don't miss the market! Typically Provençal, it takes place on Monday mornings and is the colorful meeting place for small producers and lovers of good local produce!

Throughout the seasons, the village offers festivals and meetings for festive and warm moments between inhabitants and visitors. And, of course, the most athletic will have something to train around! On foot or by bike, they will be able to discover the surroundings with unparalleled happiness.


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