Tourism in Roaix

The village of Roaix awaits you in the magnificent landscapes of the Vaucluse. Nestled under the light of the Comtat Venaissin, the village retains the charm of authenticity.

By choosing to take the through roads leading to the village of Roaix, you will revitalize yourself in a quiet place, far from the pace of the city.

In Roaix, you can discover different nature activities. The village is the starting point of many hiking trails: length, difficulty, difference in altitude, you can easily find itineraries adapted to amateurs as well as great walkers. Various outdoor activities are also proposed in the Comtat Venaissin. You can for example opt for a horse riding session, or take a climbing course.

Benefiting from Mediterranean influences, exploiting a generous terroir, the local culinary tradition is a real tourist attraction. The terroir is part of the identity of Roaix, where local producers perpetuate products.

The local heritage, sometimes modest, sometimes exuberant, has beautiful stories to share. Here, a well-preserved wash house. Nearby, a Renaissance castle surrounded by its gardens. Prepare your stay in this particularly pleasant region by contacting the Tourist Office. Are you looking for accommodation in Southern France? Rental of a pitch or a bungalow in a campsite, bed and breakfast, night in a hotel… We allow you to book accommodation.

On papal land

Roaix was for a long time part of the Comtat Venaissin, territory belonging to the popes. Stretching essentially to the east of Avignon, from Bollène in the north to Bonnieux in the south, the Comtat is appreciated for the diversity of its landscapes and its historical heritage.

Museums in the Vaucluse department

A destination for nature, the Vaucluse department also has a very rich cultural offer. Numerous museums await you in the Comtat Venaissin and the Luberon: discover for example the printing museum in Valréas, the museum of the tools of the winegrower Père Anselme in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, the ecomuseum of the santons and traditions of Provence in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, the Marc Deydier museum in Cucuron…