Tourism in Saint-Christol

Visit the village of Saint-Christol in the Vaucluse department. You will appreciate the charm of a typical village of Provence.

By taking the side roads leading to this charming village, you will enjoy a completely different pace of life, far from the hustle and bustle of the big cities.

Are you looking for a destination adapted to a sporting vacation, where you can revitalize yourself in contact with a generous and wild? You can hike or ride your bike or mountain bike on the trails and paths in the heart of the Provence countryside. Other outdoor activities are also available in Provence: horse riding, golf, treetop adventure courses, climbing, paragliding, etc.

Taking advantage of the Mediterranean influences, making the most of a generous terroir, the culinary tradition of southeastern France is a tourist attraction in its own right. Farmers’ markets are a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in an atmosphere where good humor is always present, while buying specialties to cook afterwards for generous meals shared with your loved ones.

You can take advantage of your stay to discover a local heritage that is renowned or more confidential. Indeed, ancient churches, wash houses, fountains, abbeys are worth a visit. You can get in touch with the Tourist Office to find out about all the activities. Do you want to stay in Southern France, in the exceptional setting of the Vaucluse department? Check our website to find many proposals for winter or summer activities, nature activities, cultural visits or ideas for gourmet getaways. You can prepare your stay by choosing your accommodation online.

Museums in the Vaucluse department

Many museums welcome you in the Vaucluse department. Small or large museums or foundations, you will find a large number of ideas for cultural outings! For example, you can visit the Jouve Museum in Cavaillon, the Moulin à Musique Mécanique in Mormoiron, the Hôtel Dieu in Cavaillon, the Mont-de-piété Museum in Avignon, the Cardboard and Printing Museum in Valréas, or the Ecomuseum of Provencal Santon and Traditions in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse.