Grillon: tourism and travel guide

In the heart of the Vaucluse, the village of Grillon seduces with its picturesque charm.

Here, in this Vaucluse village, a pleasant pace of life is offered to you.

Would you like to spend your holidays in contact with nature? You can go hiking or walk at your own pace by mountain bike or bicycle on the paths and trails in the heart of the Comtat Venaissin landscapes. During your stay, you can also indulge in other activities: paragliding flight, via ferrata…

The Comtat Venaissin terroir is a tourist attraction in its own right. During your stay, you should definitely visit a local market. There you can meet the producers of the region and buy fruit and vegetables, sweets and various other local specialties. A small food market is held every Saturday morning in Grillon.

The heritage of the Comtat Venaissin promises you beautiful visits. In a village, a very well preserved fountain. In the surroundings, a medieval castle with its keep and walls, a church or a chapel, a medieval abbey, an ancient monument…

You wish to stay in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur? You wish to stay in the exceptional setting of the Comtat Venaissin? You can prepare your stay by reserving an accommodation that suits you. For more information, you can get in touch with the Tourist Office or the Tourist Office.

The enclave of the popes

The village of Grillon is located in the enclave of the popes, a territory attached to the Vaucluse department, but located in the department of Drôme. This enclave is justified by History. Grillon indeed belongs to the Comtat Venaissin, a former territory belonging to the popes.

The enclave of the Popes is made up of picturesque villages, vineyards and olive groves. Near Grillon, you can visit the village of Richerenches, a former Templar commandery.

Heritage and monuments around Grillon

The village of Grillon has preserved part of its medieval ramparts. The village is dominated by the belfry topped by a wrought-iron bell tower and the church steeple. The streets are lined with old stone houses, and you can wander through narrow streets and vaulted passageways.

You can also visit the neighbouring villages: Richerenches, Grignan and Le Pègue all boast an exceptional historical heritage. With its château, Grignan is a must-see destination near Grillon.

Visiting Grillon: practical information

The Pays de Grignan – Enclave des Papes Tourist Office has lots of tourist information on visiting Grillon: