With your dog

With your dog

Want to get away from it all with your four-legged friend? Provence is the ideal walking destination and to make it easier to choose days out with your pooch we have hand-picked a few ideas for walks and activities to do where your dog will be welcome.

The  “dog-friendly” ochre fields of Provence

The “dog-friendly” ochre fields of Provence

The Provençal Colorado in Rustrel: Two possible routes for walking your dog on the lead around this site that resembles the set of a Western film.
The Ochre Trail (“Sentier des Ocres”) in Roussillon: Stretch your legs along this trail, with a short or longer route to choose from.
The Ochre Trail of Mormoiron: Far less touristy than those in the Luberon, this is ideal for a long walk off the lead beneath the shade of the pine trees.
Find out more about these sites in our section on The Ochre Fields of Provence.


Hiking with your dog on Mont Ventoux

Hiking with your dog on Mont Ventoux

You have several hiking trails to choose from for exploring the summit of Mont Ventoux with your four-legged friend, who will be able to run free across the open spaces along some sections of the route. However, keep an eye on your pooch to avoid any accidents, particularly with the many cyclists along this legendary mountain pass.

Explore our section devoted to the Ventoux summitThe Summit


Exploring heritage sites with your dog

Exploring heritage sites with your dog

Want to discover the Provençal heritage without leaving your dog behind?

  • In the heart of the Alpille mountains, visit the Château des Baux de Provence, a magnificent ruin with medieval fortress sitting atop a rocky plateau, where a magnificent panoramic view awaits you!

  • The Pont du Gard allows pets and is the perfect place for a walk, with many trails all around it. You can even take a dip in the Gardon river if time allows ;-)

Read all about it in our section on Escape to Mont Ventoux

Swimming with your dog

Swimming with your dog

•In the Gorges of Toulourenc: This amazing natural site offers you the chance to paddle along the gorges!
•In the Cascades du Sautadet waterfalls: About 1 hour from Bédoin, these waterfalls located in La Roque-sur-Cèze will make the ideal spot for spending a relaxing day in the water with your furry friend.

Holiday rentals nearby

Rental holiday home for 4 people at the foot of the Mont-Ventoux in Bédoin

Peaceful holiday rental home with fenced pool near Bédoin, Mont Ventoux

High-quality rental villa with pool and panoramic view at Mont Ventoux

Our other activities

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!

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...