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Places to Visit

Places to visit in Vaucluse

The Vaucluse is one of the jewels of Provence, a department not to be missed during your stay in Provence. A multitude of sites, authentic villages and Provencal landscapes are to be discovered. History lovers will be won over by its rich historical heritage. The Monts de Vaucluse offer exceptional panoramas, nature lovers will be delighted with their stay in Vaucluse.

Malaucène is a village of Provence located near the historical sites of Avignon, Vaison la Romaine, Orange, Carpentras, Fontaine de Vaucluse, Nîmes, the Pont du Gard and so many others... Its places are worth the diversions, organize yourself a sublime itinerary in Vaucluse for your holidays or short stay

Malaucène in Vaucluse is a lively village, all the amenities are on site: restaurants, supermarket, pharmacy, doctors, veterinarian, garage, gas station ... There are many places and activities to discover in the area. In season, it is the ideal place to enjoy the many musical and theatrical events of the region such as the Festival of Avignon or Vaison la Romaine and the Chorégies of Orange.

Spend your holidays in our residential estate & Spa (gites, hotel "Domaine des Tilleul" or hotel residence) in Malaucène, in the heart of the Vaucluse, and visit our beautiful region.


The capital of Provence, a city full of history, is a must-see. A beautiful cultural discovery

Fountain of Vaucluse

The village of Fontaine de Vaucluse had the privilege of giving its name to the department created in 1793 and it is the exceptional site of Vaucluse - "Vallis clausa", which means the closed valley, at the bottom of which the Sorgue mysteriously emerges - that gave its name to the village.

Isles sur la Sorgue

The little Venice of Provence ... Stroll through its narrow streets and along the banks of the Sorgue and you will be charmed by Isles sur la Sorgue ... Notice to the amateurs of secondhand trade, Isles is famous for its Antique dealers


Malaucene is an old village that takes shape around its ancient fort situated on a high point. The streets are steep, and one can discover old buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries, fountains, passages and doors that give this place a unique charm.


As soon as you enter the city, you find yourself in the heart of Roman civilisation as you discover the Arc de Triomphe d'Orange which stands majestically with its three arches.

Vaison la Romaine

The jewel of Roman Provence, as its name suggests, Vaison la Romaine is one of the must-see sites in the Haut Vaucluse.