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Discover Vaucluse, the heart of the Provence region

Are you opting for a holiday in Vaucluse? If so, it is certainly a good choice! You will be amazed by the varied landscape and the beautiful old villages. There is a reason why many writers came here to share their experiences with the world. The well-known English writer Peter Mayle, for example, gained a lot of fame with his books 'A Year in Provence' and 'Toujours Provence'. His book was eventually filmed and is set in the various picturesque villages in the hilly landscape of the Luberon.

Every year, many tourists visit this colorful region to experience Provençal life up close. One of the most popular excursions is a beautiful wine route. With your own car or a rented Citroën, one of those authentic 'ugly' ducks, you drive along the famous wine domains such as Gigondas, Vacqueras, Châteauneuf-du-Pape or Rasteaux. Here, you are invited to take a look at the wine cellars and taste various wines.

But there is much more to experience in the Vaucluse! Are you the Burgundian type? Do you like an active holiday? Or do you want to get to know the history of Vaucluse? You can do this in the Vaucluse region too!

Vaucluse can be divided into the following three main areas;

  • The Luberon
  • The Mont Ventoux
  • The Enclave des Papes

Discover our selection of special holiday homes in this region. If you come to the region Vaucluse with your family, you should stay in a nice holiday park with swimming pool. Or are you coming together with other Burgundian travelers? Then stay in a beautiful villa on or near a winery.

How to get to Vaucluse quickly and easily?

There are various ways of getting to Vaucluse. Many tourists visit the Vaucluse by car. This is the most practical way to explore the region. And it allows you to bring your own luggage. Vaucluse is also easily accessible by plane or train. The nearest airport is in Marrignane near Marseille and the TGV stations are in Avignon and Aix-en-Provence.

The culinary cuisine of Vaucluse

If you like good food, or if you like to enjoy a glass of rosé on a terrace, then Vaucluse is the place to be. In Vaucluse, people love good food and there is no lack of dishes and regional specialties. Bread, wine and olives are used as basic ingredients.

There is never a shortage of fruit and vegetables at the numerous markets. The locals do their shopping here and have a chat with each other.

Did you know that the Vaucluse is the main supplier of truffles? The most famous recipe is the delicious truffle omelets. Strawberries, melons, peaches, pears and apricots are waiting to be eaten in the shops and markets. You will hardly find this fresh and juicy fruit anywhere. Together with garlic and olive oil, herbs are a popular ingredient in Provencal cuisine. In the wild or at the markets, the herbs spread their delicious scents.

And what should not be missing in the kitchen are the finest olive oils, the various tapenades, Provencal herbs, honey and of course a bottle of fine wine. Start a delicious meal here with a glass of Pastis as an aperitif. A delicious liqueur based on star anise, liquorice and herbal extracts.

What is there to experience in the Vaucluse?

Vaucluse has a tremendously varied nature and a rich cultural and architectural heritage. The Vaucluse is characterized by diverse hills, mountains and vast lavender meadows. You will find vineyards, rugged valleys and ocher-colored cliffs that follow one another. All this combined with picturesque and charming villages where you will find colorful markets and traditions. We can give you many reasons why a stay in the Vaucluse is more than worth it! Our enthusiastic team will be happy to tell you about all the excursions that are possible in this beautiful region of France.

Our favorite villages and cities that we can warmly recommend for a visit are;

- Avignon, this ancient city, also called the Rome of France, is known for its Gothic building Palais de Papes and the 12th century bridge Pont d'Avignon. Yes, this is it! The famous bridge from the song "Sur le Pont d'Avignon".

- Isle-sur-la Sorgues, also called the Venice of Provence. On Sundays, you can visit the famous antique market here. You will be enchanted by the flower-lined canal and bridges, with a succession of antique shops and terraces.

- Gordes, a beautifully situated village in the heart of Luberon. The castle, the cobbled alleyways, the pretty, shady square and the panoramic views over the colorful countryside are a real delight here.

- Fontaine de Vaucluse, with the mouth of an underground river network. A source that springs from an impressive rock formation. The depth of the source is still unknown. Even the famous explorer Jacques Cousteau was unable to find out.

- Roussillon, a picturesque village in ochre color. This village is surrounded by beautiful rocks and mountains of ochre.

- Vaison la Romaine, known for the many Roman remains in the old town.

Sports enthusiasts and children will not be bored for a day here!

From swimming in the river, a challenging bike ride on the Mont Ventoux, canoeing along the many waterfalls to climbing activities; there is something for everyone here!

We have made a list of some nice ideas;

  • The Vaucluse has many tree climbing courses for young and old. With a zip line you can slide down from tree to tree. Famous courses can be found in Bollène, Rustrel, Vaison-la-Romaine and Mormoiron.
  • A challenging bike ride to climb the Mont-Ventoux. Arriving at the top of this Provençal giant, you will be rewarded with a beautiful 360-degree panorama
  • Canoeing over the emerald green Sorgues with various waterfalls
  • A day of lazing by your own pool! And at the end of the day, a game of jeu-de-boules may not be missed during your holiday in France.

You will never be bored in the Vaucluse. Do you want an unforgettable holiday with family or friends in one of our selected holiday homes? Then a holiday in the Vaucluse is the destination we warmly recommend. Do you need more detailed advice? We are happy to give it. Feel free to contact us for more tips and advice or more inspiration!