Tourism in Modène

in the Vaucluse, the small village of Modena is nestled in an unspoiled natural setting. In Modena, you will find a different pace of life is offered to you.

In Modena, nature is omnipresent. There are numerous hiking trails in the village: gradient, length, you will find here itineraries suitable for all levels of practice. in the Vaucluse, outdoor activities are diverse: paragliding, tree climbing, climbing, via ferrata…

Do you know the small spelt, an ancient flour cultivated in Haute-Provence? Have you ever bite into a juicy apricot, picked the day before? From the Mediterranean coast to the high altitude meadows of the alpine valleys, the diversity of climates and terroirs in southeastern France has given rise to a renowned gastronomy.

You can directly visit the local producers. You can also enjoy the gastronomy of the Comtat Venaissin by visiting the many markets held in the region.

The local cultural and historical heritage also offers some exceptional singular treasures: chapels, churches, manor houses, castles…

What can you visit and do in the Vaucluse department? Get closer to the Tourist Office to find out about all the activities.

Do you wish to find accommodation in the Vaucluse department? Are you more interested in camping, hotel or bed and breakfast? We will help you to book the accommodation that meets your different criteria in the region.

The Comtat Venaissin

Modena belonged to the popes until 1791, being part of what was called the Comtat Venaissin. A true compendium of Provence, this area is renowned for its historical heritage, the beauty of its landscapes and its picturesque villages.

The Museums in the Vaucluse department

During your stay, also push open the doors of the Museums in the Vaucluse department department. Dozens of museums can be visited, including the Donadeï museum in Campredon de L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, the Marc Deydier museum in Cucuron, the Bakery museum in Bonnieux, the wine museum in Ansouis…

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