Facebook Twitter
You are here > Avignon and the area>Tourism

Be seduced by the beauty of Provence...

Avignon and its area can be visited all year round, with plenty of places to visit, events, festivals,  markets with local products, very nice shops and many restaurants where you will enjoy "provencal cuisine", and the wines of this region. Discover the different landscapes of Provence:, the Monts du Vaucluse, with the ", the villages of the "Luberon", the "Alpilles", the "Camargue", the "Pont du Gard", "Mont Ventoux" ...
More information: Vaucluse Tourisme en Provence

  • Avignon

    Avignon

    The famous Pont d'Avignon, known worldwide through the song, and the famous Palace of the Popes with the garden of the Rocher des Doms, which overlooks the old town.

    Avignon

    http://www.ot-avignon.fr/home-1-2.html more
  • La Camargue

    La Camargue

    The doors of the wild "Camargue" at 40 kms (25 miles) from Avignon... If you fancy a change of scenery, to get closer to nature, the Camargue is one of the largest natural reserves.

    La Camargue

    http://www.camargue-en-provence.com more
  • Le Luberon

    Le Luberon

    Plenty of beautiful villages to visit, and some of them are high-perched on heights ! Gordes, Bonnieux, Lacoste, Lourmarin, Joucas, Manosque, Roussillon, Senanque with its abbey, St. Martin de Castillon ...

    Le Luberon

    http://www.luberon-en-provence.com more
  • Le Mont Ventoux

    Le Mont Ventoux

    The mountain "Mont Ventoux" peaks at 1912 meters and is also called the "Giant of Provence" .... From its summit, you will have an exceptional view of all the different landscapes of the Vaucluse in front of you...

    Le Mont Ventoux

    http://www.ventoux-en-provence.com more
  • Le Pont du Gard

    Le Pont du Gard

    The Pont du Gard is situated at about 16 miles from Avignon. It is a roman aqueduct at three levels, mondial heritage monument by UNESCO which spans the Gardon.. It was built in the 1st century AD.

    Le Pont du Gard

    http://www.pontdugard.fr/en more
  • Les Alpilles

    Les Alpilles

    You'll be spoiled for choice: Les Baux de Provence and its castle, Eyaglières typical village of Provence, Fontvieille with the windmill of Alphonse Daudet, Saint-Remy de Provence with its rich gallo-roman past ... and many others.

    Les Alpilles

    http://www.alpilles.com/ more
  • Orange

    Orange

    The city of Orange is nicknamed the "City of Princes" with the antique theater and the Arc de Triomphe ranked as monuments of "World Heritage" by UNESCO.

    Orange

    http://uk.otorange.fr/ more