Tourism in Plan-d’Orgon

In the Bouches-du-Rhône department visit the village of Plan-d’Orgon. Nestled in a remarkable natural setting, this charming village of Provence has a picturesque charm. The village of Plan-d’Orgon offers its 2,500 inhabitants and tourists alike its useful stores and a serene atmosphere.

In Plan-d’Orgon, several nature activities await you. You can walk along the hiking trails of this unspoiled area of Provence. In the Bouches-du-Rhône department, nature activities are diverse. For example, you can try to climb on the limestone cliffs of the Alpilles or try your hand at horse riding.

In Plan-d’Orgon, as everywhere in the Bouches-du-Rhône department, the local gastronomic tradition is a tourist attraction in its own right. During your stay, you should definitely visit a local market, where you will be able to meet local producers and discover fruits, vegetables, honey, sweets and other local specialties.

As you travel through the roads of Provence, you can visit tourist and historical monuments: churches, old houses, castles, manor houses and more.

To find ideas for activities, you can contact the Tourist Office. You will also find, on our pages, many ideas for winter or summer sports and nature activities as well as cultural visits and food tours.

Do you plan to stay in southern France? Discover a selection of accommodations to spend your stay in the Bouches-du-Rhône department: bed and breakfasts, campsites, hotels, etc.

Between the Alpilles and the Luberon

Plan-d’Orgon is ideally situated in the Durance valley, at the gateway to the Alpilles and the Luberon. You can easily go to discover the most beautiful villages and landscapes of this region. Les Baux-de-Provence, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Taillades, Gordes, Ménerbes are waiting for you.

Museums in the Bouches-du-Rhône

Culture contributes greatly to the department’s tourism offer, with several dozen museums of all sizes, covering all themes. Discover, for example, the Museum of Saint-Chamas, the Museum Baroncelli of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, the Museum of Aromas and Perfume of Graveson and more.