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Karine & David offer you a list of places, museums, activities close to your place of stay.

Provence offers itself to you with its culture, its traditions and its gastronomy...



Lavender Museum

The Lavender Museum offers a permanent collection bringing together a large exhibition of collectibles. The museum provides thematic or audio-guided guided tours, workshops, presentations, activities and various events throughout the year, presenting the real fine lavender of Provence.


Corkscrew Museum

Founded in 1993 by Yves Rousset-Rouard, the Musée du Tire-Bouchon, located within the Domaine de la Citadelle in Ménerbes in the Luberon, presents a collection of more than 1200 historical pieces from the 17th century to the present day, from all over the world, including some unique pieces.




Its history, its architectural and heritage richness, its breathtaking panoramas, landscapes and protected nature are all invitations to discover this little Provençal jewel.


Abbey of Our Lady of Senanque

Notre-Dame de Sénanque abbey is an active Cistercian monastery located in the town of Gordes. Founded in 1148, it became an abbey in 1150. Along with the abbey of Silvacane and the abbey of Le Thoronet, it is one of the "three Provençal sisters", which testify to the great influence of the Cistercian order in Provence.



The island on the Sorgue

Between Luberon, Ventoux and Alpilles, L'Isle sur la Sorgue welcomes you in its charming streets, around its Collegiate Church and its banks of the Sorgue where it is pleasant to stroll.

The charms of Venice Comtadine, the capital of bargain hunters, as well as a vibrant cultural heritage: the markets of L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue.



The facades of the houses covered in yellow, orange, red totally set Roussillon apart from the other villages of the Luberon. It is the only village where dry stone does not dominate. So what a surprise when you discover, in the heart of the Luberon, this colorful village surrounded by vineyards, lavender fields, cherry trees and olive trees!

Undoubtedly, with its ocher colours, Roussillon is an atypical and unmissable village in the Luberon that no other equals, because it is here that the largest ocher deposit in the world is found.



Fountain of Vaucluse

Discover Fontaine de Vaucluse, an emblematic village of the Luberon. It is here that the famous source of the Sorgue springs. Fontaine de Vaucluse gave its name to the department. An abyss with poetic and powerful waters, but also a place shaped by legends and the work of men.



Absolut Bike Provence



Mont Ventoux is a peak located in the French department of Vaucluse in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region. Culminating at 1,910 meters, it is about 25 kilometers long on an east-west axis and 15 kilometers wide on a north-south axis.

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Avignon is as famous for its bridge as its magnificent Palais des Papes, a marvel of the Middle Ages. In addition, this monument is the largest Gothic construction of the Middle Ages! A simple visit will immerse you in the past of this mythical place, a place steeped in history!



Located in the heart of the Alpilles, Saint Rémy is one of the must-sees of Provence. Its green and subtly scented valleys, its beautiful tastefully restored residences and its charming old streets have made its success...



The Baux de Provence

Overlooking the famous village of Les Baux-de-Provence, the Château des Baux sits on its rocky outcrop. This location of the Baux plateau, naturally perched and entrenched, made it possible to observe the surroundings and to protect oneself, which probably explains why it was occupied very early and almost continuously until today.


Enlightenment Careers

An immersive art center that has become a must in Provence, the Carrières des Lumières is located at the foot of the city of Les Baux-de-Provence, in the heart of the Alpilles, in a place steeped in mystery: the Val d'Enfer. The Carrières des Lumières are asserting themselves as a place of transversal experimentation and cultural diffusion.

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