Tourism in Saint-Trinit

can the small village of Saint-Trinit in the Vaucluse department have dreamed of a more beautiful setting? Set in the landscapes of Provence, the village retains the charm of authenticity. You want to go green, and you want to revitalize yourself away from the noise? Here, forget the noise of the big cities.

There are many activities close to nature. You can walk along the hiking trails of this preserved area of Provence. in the Vaucluse, there is no lack of outdoor activities. You can also opt for a horseback ride, or experience an introduction to rock climbing.

Sun-drenched fruits (strawberries, grapes, apricots, melons, peaches, cherries), fish and seafood caught in the Mediterranean Sea, wines, sheep or goat cheeses and tomes from the Queyras or the Mercantour: the plurality of climates and terroirs in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur has given rise to a large number of local specialties.

Visit the local producers and taste the flavors of the regional markets.

Old churches, wash houses, fountains, museums, abbeys… During your stay, you can also discover a local heritage rich in surprises.

To find out more, you can contact the Tourist Office.

Are you planning to find accommodation in Southern France? Do you enjoy camping? You prefer the charm of a hotel? Do you like the conviviality of a bed and breakfast? You can easily find accommodation in the region.

The Museums in the Vaucluse department

Many museums await you in the Vaucluse department, for activities that are both fun and educational. for example, you can discover the Marceau-Constantin museum in Saint-Christol, the Comtadin-Duplessis museum in Carpentras, the museum of the underground world in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, the extraordinary museum of Gerges Mazoyer in Ansouis, the Bakery museum in Bonnieux, the museum of model trains in Saint-Didier…

The lavender roads

The country of Sault is famous for its lavender fields. In late spring and early summer, the lavender in bloom offers a postcard setting to amazed visitors. Discover a plain bathed in Provencal sunlight at the foot of Mont-Ventoux.