Tourism in Mondragon

Discover the village of Mondragon in the Vaucluse department. Located in the heart of magnificent landscapes, this typical village of Provence reveals the picturesque charm of its old houses. You will find in Mondragon several stores, and you will enjoy a serene atmosphere.

If you want to practice sports during your vacation, you should know that this village is the starting point of many hiking trails. You will find itineraries suitable for beginners and experienced walkers. Various activities are also practiced in Provence. For example, you can visit the region during a horse riding session, or thrill on your first via ferrata.

Benefiting from Mediterranean influences, and enjoying a favorable climate, the culinary tradition of southeastern France is a tourist attraction in its own right. The area around Mondragon invites you to enjoy gourmet getaways, meet local producers and discover the local markets.

The historical and cultural heritage of the Vaucluse department also conceals some exceptional tourist treasures: churches, character houses, manor houses, castles, etc. As you browse through the pages of our website, you will also find various ideas for water activities, sports, nature activities, cultural visits and gastronomic excursions. You can also get in touch with the Tourist Office to discover ideas for visits.

If you wish to stay in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, in the calm of Mondragon, organize your stay by booking your accommodation online.

Heritage in the Rhône Valley

Mondragon is located in a region rich in monuments and remains. A few kilometers away you can visit the Fortress of Mornas, which dominates the village of the same name. A little further on, the town of Orange is home to Gallo-Roman remains including the famous Roman Theater and the Triumphal Arch.

Museums in the Vaucluse department

During your stay, push open the doors of the Vaucluse museums. Dozens of museums await you, including the Municipal Museum of Sault, Museum of Old Avignon, the Musée du Petit Palais in Avignon, the Judeo-Comtadin museum of Cavaillon, and the Museum of Apt, to name just a few.