Nature & Sport

Le Mont Ventoux

Standing at 1912 metres high, Mont Ventoux dominates the Provençal landscape, hence its nickname "The Giant of Provence". Here are just a few ideas of trips and activities around Mont Ventoux...

Hiking

The Mont Ventoux region offers any number of hiking trails and paths with breathtaking panoramic views...

Cycling and mountain biking

Whether you are very sporty road bike enthusiasts or mountain-biking fans, or simply like to roam the roads crossing the Provençal countryside, the Mont Ventoux region is ideal for cycling...

The natural sites of the Vaucluse

From terraced vineyards on the slopes of the Dentelles de Montmirail mountains, to the Nesque Gorge, not forgetting Fontaine de Vaucluse, explore the varied landscapes of the Vaucluse!

In lavender country

Close your eyes, inhale... and breathe in Provence! Lavender is the symbol of Provence, and from June onwards it wafts its heady fragrance across the Sault plateau in the Vaucluse...

Walking through the ochre quarries of Provence...

La Provence, une région haute en couleurs! Provence is a colourful region! Ochre is sandy earth that is coloured by a pigment that comes in every shade of yellow and red. Used as a pigment since Prehistoric times, it is this ochre that gives the façades of buildings in Provence their characteristic shades!

The Mont Ventoux region on horseback

Saddle up to explore the Mont Ventoux region on horseback!

Going with the flow in the Vaucluse...

The fact that water is rare in Provence makes it all the more precious and appreciated. At the height of summer, discover our refreshing trip ideas...