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Go sightseeing in the Luberon

Our charming guest house in the heart of the vineyards and the orchards is ideally located to share the beauty of the villages perched in the Luberon like Gordes and the famous Abbaye de Sénanque, Roussillon and the Ochre Trail, Ménerbes and the House of Truffle and Wine, Oppède-le-Vieux and the ruins of the feudal castle, Fontaine-de-Vaucluse and its source or even Bonnieux and the Bakery Museum. You can also enjoy numerous entertainments throughout the summer. The surrounding villages and towns reveal unique landscapes in the heart of Provence. We are at your complete disposal to provide you with information on the itineraries, places, monuments and essential activities to do in the Luberon.

Discover Avignon

About 45 minutes from our guest house with swimming pool at the gates of Gordes, is the magnificent city of the Popes: Avignon. A city of history, art, culture and shows, Avignon will seduce you with its multiple facets. Don't miss the Palais des Papes built in the 14th century and the famous Pont d'Avignon. The Calvet Museum brings together numerous collections of paintings, sculptures, drawings and decorative arts. Other museums are worth a detour: that of the Petit Palais, the Lapidary Museum, the Angladon Museum, as well as the Lambert Collection. Don't miss the famous Avignon Festival in July. It is the largest theater and performing arts event in the world.


World capital of flea markets and antiques, nicknamed “Comtadine Venice”, go to the town of Isle-sur-la-Sorgue. Visit one of the seven antique dealer villages where you will find more than 350 antique dealers and second-hand dealers. Leave with a souvenir of the region as you stroll the streets of Isle-sur-la-Sorgue. 

Outdoor activities

The region is renowned for the numerous activities to do in the great outdoors, to be carried out as a family, among athletes, alone or as a couple. The region's must-sees are the beautiful walks and the superb hikes in the Monts du Vaucluse and the Luberon, the Calavon cycle route, climb to the summit of Mont Ventoux and a kayak ride on the Sorgue. 

Provençal specialties

To taste the specialties, vegetables and fruits of sun-drenched local producers, go to the region's markets. We also advise you to take one of the many wine routes to discover the know-how of the region's winegrowers. In July, don't miss the lavender fields in full bloom. 

A little further

If you go a little further, you can discover new landscapes and new scents. Pass through the Alpilles with Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and Baux-de-Provence renowned throughout the world for its Quarries of Lights. Also discover the Camargue with the Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, the marshes and the wild fauna. Take a trip through the Cité Phocéenne and the Calanques of Marseille. Taste the famous calissons while passing through Aix-en-Provence.