Priporočeni hoteli v regiji Vaucluse

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Eating Cavaillon melon
Paintings, statues and an annual festival pay homage to Cavaillon's juicy, honey-sweet cantaloupes – where better to tuck into this aromatic fruit?
Avignon Bridge
Celebrated in song as the Pont D’Avignon, this iconic UNESCO-listed bridge has been reaching out into the River Rhône for around 800 years.
Climbing Mont Ventoux
Looming above the surrounding countryside, the Giant of Provence is a demanding hike – and one of the Tour de France’s most gruelling climbs.
Châteauneuf-du-Pape wines
Take a vineyard tour to sample the full-bodied red wines which put the historic village of Châteauneuf-du-Pape on the map.
Le Palais des Papes
A Medieval masterpiece of vaulted ceilings and Gothic arches, the vast Papal Palace was once home to the Avignon popes.
Gordes
An imposing Medieval castle oversees this charming village’s white stone houses, while its narrow cobbled streets hide centuries-old underground passages.
L'isle sur la Sorgue
The branching River Sorgue embraces this island town’s scenic streets, with mossy waterwheels and antiques fairs waiting around every corner.
Sault Lavander Festival
Sault’s August lavender festival is a fragrant delight, with locals harvesting flowers and selling wild lavender honey to the sound of Provençal folk music.
Rousillon Ochre Trail
This hiking trail meanders through a rust-red landscape shaped by man and nature, passing sandstone spires and a former ochre quarry.
Grottes de Thouzon
Delicate stalagmites and needling stalactites glow gold in the low light of this magical cavern.