- The Campredon Museum presents each year exhibitions of famous artists.
- The Collegiate Church Notre Dame des Anges
- The peacefully flowing canals and winding streets give the old town an incomparable charm and mystery. You can admire here a remarkable urban heritage: the Renaissance residence on the Rue Ledru Rollin, the Tour d'Argent which dates from the Middle Ages, the former public granary which today houses the tourist office and the mill wheels on the canals. The Tourist Office offers guided tours and strolls.
- With the 7 "antique villages ", there are more than 350 antiques and bric-a-brac dealers open all year round on weekends and holidays. This number can triple during the big annual antique fairs. They make Isle sur la Sorgue the largest antique center in France, second only to Paris.
- The town counts many art galleries throughout the town
EVENTS / HAPPENINGS
- Provençal market on Sunday and Thursday
- Bric-a-brac every Sunday
- Book Market the last Sunday of each month
- Antique fairs at Easter and on August 15
- Festival of the Sorgue in the month of July (music, theatre, exhibitions)
- Parade on the canals at the end of July
- Artists' Marathon in July
- Floating market the first Sunday of August
- The Author in Act Festival, the first two weeks of August (contemporary theatre)
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