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Holiday rentals and lettings in Vaucluse - The diversity of the Vaucluse landscape
A very rich cultural and natural heritage
Hiking is one of the most pleasant ways to observe the fauna and flora of this mountainous massif with the whole family
Top 5 sites to visit in the Vaucluse
1. The Popes' Palace. This Gothic building, which was the seat of Western Christianity in the 14th century, welcomes 600,000 people each year. It houses frescoes by Matteo Giovanetti and the Pope's private rentals. This UNESCO World Heritage Site can be discovered with an audio guide or a guided tour.
2. The ancient theatre of Orange. An essential stopover during your stay in the Vaucluse. On the one hand, this theatre impresses with its incredible stage wall and attractive exterior façade. You have the opportunity to visit it or attend the events that are organised there every year.
3. Vaison la Romaine This small town, which has been awarded the label of "European Choral City", contains many Roman remains. Examples include a single-arch bridge, a Roman theatre and the northern thermal baths. It is also the Portico de Pompey and the Cathedral of Our Lady of Nazareth Vaison-la-Romaine has the advantage of being located only 50 kilometres from Avignon.
4. The Château de Lourmarin. This Renaissance castle is one of the sights of southern Vaucluse. It stands out admirably with its Italian-style galleries, furniture collections and engravings. Children have the opportunity to learn during the visit by participating in a treasure hunt. This enchanting setting occasionally hosts events and concerts.
5. Mont Ventoux. Bikers, cyclists, hikers: this summit is admired by some, feared by others, but it leaves no one indifferent. Its fascinating lunar landscape has been highlighted several times in film productions but also on the occasion of the Tour de France de vélo. The one that is frequently called the Giant of Provence is classified as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve