Mont Ventoux

The Mont Ventoux, the "Giant of Provence", which culminating at 1912 meters, dominates the landscape. At his foot, the plain of the Comtat Venaissin and the vineyards of the Cotes du Ventoux, the Val de Sault and its large lavender fields, the Toulourenc valley and its perched villages, the antique Vaison la Romaine. A land smelling good the black truffle, lavender and the wine.

#Sault

The land of lavender in the heart of Provence

#Mormoiron

Mormoiron is an ancient fortified village built in the Middle Ages, with winding streets and other Provençal "soustets".

#Beaumes de Venise

A haven of peace on an enchanting site

#Séguret

A medieval village with the air of a Provençal nativity scene

#Venasque

A medieval village perched on the Monts de Vaucluse

#Pernes les fontaines

Charm and history near the Mont-Ventoux

#Crillon-le-Brave

A small, peaceful and preserved village

#Mazan

Land of Art and History

#Crestet

A secret village with all the charm of the Vaucluse

#Le Barroux

Picturesque village and imposing château

#Suzette

The village is perched on one of the hills of the Dentelles de Montmirail and offers you exceptional panoramic views.

#Gigondas

A medieval village and a great wine at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail

#Velleron

Velleron is a typically Provençal village situated in the Vaucluse, 18 km from Avignon, to the west of the foothills of the Monts de Vaucluse.

#Entrechaux

Entrechaux is a picturesque village situated to the northwest of the Mont Ventoux in the northeast of the department of the Vaucluse.

#Malaucène

Picturesque pause on the way up the Mont Ventoux

#Carpentras

Land of history and gastronomy at the foot of the Mont Ventoux

#Bédoin

Stretching over the Mont Ventoux, from head to foot

#Sarrians

Small market town and great wines

#Vaison la Romaine

A journey through Antiquity and the Middle Ages

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