Nous avons la chance d'être entourés de sites touristiques remarquables.
Notre région saura vous séduire par ses lieux uniques, mais aussi
par ses vins et autres mets délicats.
Voici quelques propositions ...
Hidden splendours , a permanent and enchanting spectacle of the mineral world, the delicate beauty of a natural cave, easy to visit, which will amaze you with its astonishing golden-yellow fistulous stalactites : they are the masterpieces.
FONTAINE DE VAUCLUSE
The exceptional site of Vaucluse - "Vallis clausa", which means the enclosed valley, at the bottom of which mysteriously emerges the Sorgue river has given its name to the village .
The Fontaine de Vaucluse never stop to intrigue and attract visitors.
Thouzon's Castle was a monastery ,before being a castle, having belonged to the Benedictines of the abbey of Saint-André de Villeneuve-les-Avignon from the beginning of the 11th century until the end of the 17th century. Nearby our house, it awaits your visit.
L'ISLE SUR LA SORGUE
Known for its canals of Sorgue, its idyllic setting, its paddle wheels and its lively streets,
L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue will also charm you with its famous antiques shops.
Cité des Papes
Avignon, its famous Bridge, its Theater Festival in July, its Palace of the Popes, will be a must to visit during your stay at the Mas des Cigognes.
FOR THE KIDS
Visit cities with names with oenological connotations such as Châteauneuf du Pape, Vacqueyras, Gigondas, Baumes de Venise but also Tavel. Cheers!
Carpentras famous for its strawberries and berlingots, Cavaillon and its melons, the Sault region and its lavender fields, all these names evoke a desire for tasting and flavours.
In the Pays d'Apt, this is the place combining nature and ochre heritage, offering you the most flashing and varied colours, in a world away from the tourist flows and crowded places.
The LUBERON Natural Parc
Recognised as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, the Luberon Regional Natural Park is a living and preserved area covering 185,000 hectares, spread over 77 villages, with the Luberon Massif as the backbone of this territory. Places conducive to the well-being of a protected nature.
The Mont Ventoux, the "Giant of Provence", culminates at 1912 m, and dominates the landscape. Monument of the Tour de France, it attracts as much cyclists wishing to climb it as anyone for its lunar summit.