Tourism in Saint-Saturnin-lès-Avignon

Located in the Vaucluse department, the dynamic village of Saint-Saturnin-lès-Avignon seduces by its picturesque charm. As a backdrop? The unspoiled landscapes of Provence. The centre of Saint-Saturnin-lès-Avignon has an active town centre, offering residents and visitors alike the main stores expected on vacation.

In Saint-Saturnin-lès-Avignon, you can discover various activities related to nature. You can initiate yourself to hiking or walk at your own pace on mountain bikes or bicycles on the paths and trails of Provence. in the Vaucluse, nature activities are varied. Would you like to take a climbing course, for example? Would you like to take advantage of your vacation to go horse riding?

In Saint-Saturnin-lès-Avignon, as everywhere in the region, the local gastronomic tradition is a real tourist attraction. In Saint-Saturnin-lès-Avignon, gourmet food is the order of the day! Visit local farmers and producers and taste the flavors of regional markets.

Churches, squares, fountains, wash houses, monasteries, castles… During your stay, you can also discover a historical and cultural heritage.

The local Tourist Office will give you information on activities to discover and tourist sites.

Looking for accommodation in southeastern France? You can discover a selection of accommodation to spend your stay in the Vaucluse department: hotels, guest houses, campsites…

The museums of Vaucluse

During your stay, you will be able to multiply the visits of museums. There are several dozen in the department. What to see? You can visit the museum of model trains in Saint-Didier, the Jouve museum in Cavaillon, the archaeological museum in Apt, the museum of industrial adventure in Apt, the museum of history 1939-1945 – L’Appel de la Liberté in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse …

The keys to the city of the popes

Avignon welcomed the popes in the 14th century, and for several decades was the flamboyant centre of medieval Christendom. This prosperous period saw the birth of remarkable buildings, including the famous Popes’ Palace, which was the residence of the sovereign pontiffs.