Tourism in Jonquières

Situated in the Vaucluse department, the village of Jonquières takes its place in the landscapes of Provence. Welcoming 4000 inhabitants, the village of Jonquières offers the calm and friendliness of a village, with local stores (bakery, food store…).

You take advantage of your stay to try out new outdoor activities? Numerous hiking trails leave from the village, with itineraries adapted to both sportsmen and amateurs. Other nature activities can be practiced in Provence. For example, would you like to try rock climbing? Would you like to take part in a horseback riding excursion?

Bouillabaisse on the coast, wines, cherries, melons, apricots, peaches, olive oil, aïoli, socca or fougasse, ratatouille, lamb from La Crau, goat cheese or mountain tomes in the Alps, calissons, shuttles or honey sweets… The diversity of climates in southeastern France has given rise to many specialties. During your stay, you should definitely visit a local market to taste fruits, vegetables, sweets and other local specialties.

Medieval churches, wash houses, fountains, museums, abbeys… You can take advantage of your stay to discover a famous local heritage or more confidential.

To find ideas for activities, you can contact the Tourist Office. You will also find now on our pages many activities which are practiced in the countryside or in town. Do you wish to find accommodation in or near Jonquières? Camping sites, booking a bed and breakfast, night in a hotel… We help you to book accommodation in the region.

The Museums in the Vaucluse department

A natural destination par excellence, the Vaucluse must also be seen as a cultural destination. The numerous Museums in the Vaucluse department will seduce you for sure. You can visit, for example, the Francesco Petrarch Museum in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, the Harmas de Jean-Henri Fabre in Sérignan-du-Comtat, the cardboard and printing museum in Valréas, the oil mill museum in Rustrel, the museum of the old school in L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, the Donadeï de Campredon museum in L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, the Comtadin-Duplessis museum in Carpentras…