Perched on its rocky outcrop, Oppède-le-Vieux, is a charming village. You will enjoy strolling quietly through the streets of the city center. You will be able to discover the ruins of the feudal castle dating from the thirteenth century, the Church of Notre-Dame d'Alidon, the old washhouses, the Sainte-Cécile terraces and the Olive Oil Museum.
In this typical Provencal village, you will find the remains of the medieval castle built on a rocky outcrop, offering a superb panorama over the Luberon. In Saint-Saturnin-d'Apt, the essential things to do are walks around the four mills, discovering the Castral Chapel and the Aiguiers. A real Provençal experience awaits you.
For an exceptional visit, we advise you to go to the famous city of Carcassonne. Don't miss the Château Comtal, the Saint-Nazaire Basilica, the Pont-Vieux and the Bastide Saint-Louis. It is a unique experience that will await you in Carcassonne.
Apt, capital of candied fruit
It is on the Provencal market in Apt, which is held every Saturday morning, that you can discover the famous candied fruits. Apt is not only known for its candied fruits, but also for its monuments: the Sainte-Anne Cathedral, the Porte de Saignon, the Hospital Tower, the former Carmelite Convent and the Sainte-Catherine Chapel.
The village of Gargas
In the heart of the Luberon, on the route des Ocres, discover Gargas and the Lustrerie Mathieu. This enthusiast restores or creates chandeliers for the most prestigious places and monuments around the world. He cultivates his art to bring his works to life. Take a tour of the Lustrerie Mathieu boutique.Link title
L'isle-sur-la-sorgue and Fontaine-De Vaucluse
Isle sur la Sorgue is worth a detour with its water wheels. Every Sunday morning, the village turns into a giant market which welcomes second-hand and antique dealers. Sports enthusiasts will enjoy going down the Sorgue by canoe kayak, between Fontaine de Vaucluse and Isle sur la Sorgue.
Also discover Fontaine-De Vaucluse, this magnificent village where the famous source of the Sorgue gushes there.Link title
The Mont Ventoux
Mont Ventoux, also called “Le Géant de Provence”, is located a few kilometers from our charming 3-star hotel in the Luberon. On foot, by bike, by car or by motorbike, its ascent is a unique experience, rewarded by an exceptional view. We are used to working with groups of hikers and cycle tourists.