Méthamis, Perched village of Provence at the foot of the Luberon
Méthamis is a charming little Provencal village at the foot of Mont Ventoux and at the entrance to the Luberon.
You will discover an authentic village surrounded by lavender and olive trees. As you walk through the streets of the village you will discover beautiful views of the Mont Ventoux valley.
The village of Méthamis is typically Provençal, with its stone buildings and breathtaking views.
You can find peace and tranquillity in this isolated Provençal village as there is very little traffic.
The Church of Saint Pierre and Saint Paul
This building dates from the 12th century and is a mixture of Gothic and Romanesque, which gives it its originality while remaining authentic.
It was enlarged in the 19th century by linking the side chapels together. Access to this Provençal church is via a grand staircase with four flights and two ascents.
For more information: Web site of -saint-pierre-et-saint-paul church
The climbing site of Devens
This climbing site in Provence will make you happy because it is very little frequented! You can take advantage of this moment to admire the superb panorama which will be offered to you once at the top.
More information: Climbing site of Devens Cliff
The Chapel of Saint Foy
Located 7 km from Méthamis, this 15th century chapel has been beautifully restored, allowing you to visit it and appreciate its imposing stone bell tower and its superb bell which is in very good condition!
On Whit Monday, you can enjoy a Provençal mass and a picnic near this beautiful building.