Robion: tourism and travel guide

In the Vaucluse, the village of Robion seduces by its picturesque charm, with the spectacular landscapes of the Luberon and the Comtat Venaissin as a backdrop.

In Robion, nature is always close by. You can go hiking or cycling on the paths and trails in the heart of the Luberon and Comtat Venaissin landscapes. in the Vaucluse, nature activities are diverse: paragliding, horse riding, tree climbing…

Fished fish of the day, rosé wines, apricots, peaches, olive oil, aïoli, socca or fougasse, ratatouille, gardianne de baureau, bush with ewe or goat milk, calissons, navettes marseillaises or lavender honey: the attractiveness of southeastern France is also based on a great diversity of gastronomy. Visit local producers and farmers directly and share the unique atmosphere of the regional markets.

Nature activities are not the only tourist attraction of the Luberon and Comtat Venaissin: churches, chapels, museums, castles are as many invitations to discovery. Robion’s historic centre has also an active town centre, offering both inhabitants and visitors various useful stores: bakery, mini-market or grocery store…

Would you like to find accommodation in or near Robion? You can discover a selection of accommodation to spend your stay in the Vaucluse: hotels, campsites, bed and breakfast… You can get in touch with the Tourist Office of Robion for places to visit nearby.

The Comtat Venaissin

Robion, located in the Luberon, was part of the Comtat Venaissin, a territory that belonged to the popes until the French Revolution. From Mont-Ventoux to Cavaillon, from Bollène to Bonnieux, this territory served as the hinterland of Avignon. Many historical monuments, picturesque villages and landscapes shaped by the cultivation of the vine have survived from this prosperous period.

From Robion, you can explore part of the Comtat Venaissin.

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The Luberon Regional Nature Park

The Luberon Regional Nature Park owes its popularity to its remarkable natural areas. Between vineyards, meadows and forests, valleys and mountains, a wonderful playground opens up to you. During your hikes, you will be able to meet a little less than 300 species of vertebrates. Birdwatchers can observe Bonelli’s eagle, a particularly rare bird of prey. The Luberon can also be explored on a bicycle.

From Robion, set off on the paths of the Park, to discover the exceptional territory. The Luberon is home to picturesque classified villages, which you can easily discover around Robion.

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The museums of Vaucluse

During your stay, also push open the doors of the Vaucluse museums. Dozens of museums invite you to discover the arts, history, the land and the heritage

Discover for example Museum of Old Avignon, the museum of the mill of the Bouillons de Gordes, the Judeo-Comtadin museum in Cavaillon, the Château Turcan (wine museum) in Ansouis, the ecomuseum of bird calls in Saint-Didier in Saint-Didier, the Jean-Henri Fabre museum in Sérignan-du-Comtat, the Marceau-Constantin museum in Saint-Christol…

Visiting Robion: practical information

The Robion tourist office welcomes you. Here you can obtain tourist information about Robion and the surrounding area:

Would you like to discover local products? A market is held in Robion every Thursday morning.