Some villages of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur offer you a real return to your roots. This is the case of Lamotte-du-Rhône, a picturesque village in the Vaucluse department. Set in a natural setting, this charming village in the Comtat Venaissin has a picturesque charm. Do you want to spend a peaceful and relaxing stay? In Lamotte-du-Rhône you can forget the hustle and bustle of the big cities.
Your vacation will be an opportunity to get closer to nature. Take out your mountain bike or your bicycle, put on your hiking boots and explore the roads and paths of the Comtat Venaissin. Other nature activities are also available in the Comtat Venaissin: horse riding, via ferrata, tree climbing, paragliding...
In Lamotte-du-Rhône, as everywhere esle in the Vaucluse department, gastronomic specialties are a tourist attraction.
Visit local producers and taste the flavors of the regional markets.
Churches and bell towers, fountains, wash houses, museums, or abbeys, discover a local heritage rich in surprises.
To find ideas for activities and visits, you can get in touch with the Tourist Office. You will find on our website many ideas for activities on various themes: heritage, nature, gourmet getaways, sports... Are you looking for accommodation in southeastern France? We offer a selection of accommodation to spend your stay in the Vaucluse department: campsites, hotels, guest houses, and more.
Hiking in the spotlight
With its remarkable landscapes and its signposted itineraries, the region welcomes lovers of hiking, mountain biking, cycling and horse riding. Make the most of your stay in southeastern France to revitalize yourself in the green and discover new outdoor activities.
Museums in the Vaucluse department
Numerous museums welcome visitors throughout the Vaucluse department. Small or large museums or foundations, you will be able to multiply cultural outings! For example, you can visit the Cardboard and Printing Museum in Valréas, the Petit Palais museum in Avignon, the Francesco Petrarch Museum in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, the Lambert Collection in Avignon, the Winegrower's Museum in Rasteau, and the Musée de l'Œuvre in Avignon.