Ancient fortified city of the 10th century, nicknamed the Gateway to the Baronnies, it served for a long time as a border between the Drôme and the Vaucluse.

To see : the remains of its ancient fortified castle, the bridge of medieval origin and the Dauphin Fountain and its covered wash house with seven arches, classified as Historic Monuments.

Every third weekend of July : "Les Peintres dans la rue", an open-air exhibition.


Located on the banks of the Ouvèze river, it is known for its Roman remains, its medieval city and its cathedral. Its magnificent Roman bridge, with its unique arch, is the real link between the lower modern city and the medieval city, also called the "upper city".


Village located in the Parc Naturel Régional des Baronnies, on the right bank of the Ouvèze river and at the foot of the Saint-Julien rock.


Nicknamed "the little Nice" because of its high level of sunshine and its particularly mild winters,

Nyons is a picturesque city with an important historical heritage.


Built on a hillside and surrounded by vineyards, this village is dominated by the tower of its ancient feudal castle. Séguret is listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France.


A very pretty perched village, between the Baronnies and the Mont Ventoux, Montbrun-les-Bains is known for the benefits of its thermal waters which relieve rheumatism and treat the respiratory tract.


Village perched on a rocky promontory, which offers a magnificent view of the Mont Ventoux.


A small village located at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail and a must-see stop for lovers of the wine of the same name.


Located on the edge of the Luberon Regional Natural Park, Gordes is known worldwide as one of the most beautiful villages in France and the emblem of the Provencal perched village.
Gorges du Toulourenc proche Mollans-sur-Ouvèze

The Gorges of Toulourenc

A wild and magnificent site at the foot of the Mont Ventoux.
Mont Ventoux roche Le Lit Qui Danse

The Mont Ventoux

With a height of 1912 meters, the Mont Ventoux dominates the unique landscape of the Vaucluse.

The Dentelles de Montmirail

A limestone massif, composed of 3 ranges finely chiseled by erosion, which offer an exceptional playground for hiking and climbing enthusiasts.

The Castle of Barroux

This ancient medieval fortress majestically dominates the plain of Comtat Venaissin.

The Castle of Grignan

This castle is built on a rocky promontory, overlooking the village. Classified as a historical monument in 1993, it is the largest Renaissance castle in southeastern France.

The Castle of Suze-la-Rousse

This medieval fortress, transformed into a pleasure residence during the Renaissance, now houses the University of Wine.

The Abbey of Notre-Dame de Sénanque

A jewel of Cistercian architecture in the heart of the Luberon, this abbey now houses a community of monks.