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Tourism and travel guide

The village of Sablet offers you a return to your roots in the Vaucluse department. Installed under the light of the Comtat Venaissin, the village unveils its streets and old houses.

You aspire to spend a quiet vacation, and revitalize yourself away from all activity? Here, forget the hectic pace of a big city.

Are you taking advantage of your stay to practice an outdoor sports activity? You can walk along the hiking trails of this preserved area of the Comtat Venaissin. According to your desires, you can also try your hand at other activities in the Vaucluse department: first flight, tree climbing, climbing, via ferrata…

In Sablet, as everywhere in the region, regional specialties are a real tourist attraction. The farmers’ markets organized around Sablet allow you to immerse yourself in a friendly atmosphere, while buying local products which are the promise of generous meals that you will share with your loved ones.

The houses are concentrated around the church. You can admire the pretty facades as you stroll through the streets of Sablet. Ancient churches, chapels, canals, fountains, wash houses, mills or monasteries… During your stay, you can discover a local heritage that is renowned or more confidential.

You wish to stay in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur? Campsites, bed and breakfast, night in a hotel… We help you to book the accommodation of your dreams. You can contact the Tourist Office of Sablet to discover interesting tourist sites nearby.

The Comtat Venaissin

Sablet was for a long time part of the Comtat Venaissin, a territory administered by the popes. Stretching essentially to the east of Avignon, from Caderousse to Mont-Ventoux, this territory is renowned for the beauty of its landscapes and its exceptional historical heritage.

By visiting the towns and villages of the Comtat Venaissnin, you can discover the presence of the former popes in certain names (Châteauneuf-du-Pape), and admire the many monuments that were built during their reign, starting with the Palais des Papes.

Museums and monuments near Sablet

There are many museums and monuments close to the village of Sablet.

The town of Vaison-la-Romaine is famous for its ancient remains, its Roman bridge, its castle and its medieval historic centre.

The city of Orange boasts a theatre and a triumphal arch built by the Romans.

The city of Avignon is still protected by long walls, and is home to the Palais des Papes, numerous town houses and museums.

Practical information

The Sablet Tourist Office can help you prepare for your visit or your stay.