Go sightseeing in the Luberon
Our charming guest house in the heart of vineyards and orchards is ideally located to share the beauty of the perched villages of the Luberon such as Gordes and the famous Abbaye de Sénanque, Roussillon and the Ocher trail, Ménerbes and the Maison de la Truffe and du Vin, 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 many activities throughout the summer. The surrounding villages and towns reveal unique landscapes in the heart of Provence. We are at your entire disposal to inform you about the itineraries, places, monuments and essential activities to be carried out in the Luberon.
World capital of flea markets and antiquities, nicknamed "Comtadine's 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 bric-a-brac dealers. Leave with a souvenir of the region by strolling the streets of Isle-sur-la-Sorgue.
The region is renowned for the many activities to do in the heart of nature, to be carried out with the family, between sportsmen, alone or as a couple. The must-sees in the region are the beautiful walks and superb hikes in the Monts du Vaucluse and the Luberon, the Calavon cycle route, climbing to the top of Mont Ventoux and a kayak trip on the Sorgue.
To taste the specialities, vegetables and fruits of local sun-kissed producers, go to the markets of the region. 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 Carrières de Lumières. Also discover the Camargue with Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, marshes and wildlife. Make a passage through the Phocaean City and the Calanques of Marseille. Taste the famous calissons while passing through Aix-en-Provence.