Tourism in Sault

in the Vaucluse department, the village of Sault seduces by its picturesque charm and the beauty of its landscapes.

You will find in Sault a peaceful setting for a vacation that will take place at the quiet pace of life in Provence.

vacations offer you precious time to reconnect with nature? You can go hiking or mountain biking on the paths in the heart of the Provence countryside. During your stay, you can also try out other activities. For example, do you know climbing? Would you like to take part in a horse ride?

From the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea to the mountain pastures of the alpine valleys, the diversity of the terroirs in the south-east of France offers a rich gastronomy. The local markets allow you to participate in local life, while enjoying local products.

While travelling through the roads of the Vaucluse, you can visit historical and tourist monuments: chapels, churches, old houses, castles or manor houses… The Tourist Office of Sault will give you advice on the proposed activities and tourist sites. You wish to find accommodation in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur? Do you want to stay in the calm of Sault? Organize your stay by booking accommodation that suits you.

Sault Country

This natural and historical territory, marked by agriculture and pastoralism, offers many hiking and mountain bike routes. Between nature activities and visits to picturesque villages, you will be conquered by the tourist treasures of the former viscounty of Sault, and you will fall under the spell of the immense lavender fields.

Vaucluse Museums

The Museums in the Vaucluse department department host a wide variety of collections. Large museums or foundations, you will be able to multiply cultural outings! For example, you can visit the Jardi’train (a short trip with miniature trains) in Saint-Didier, the museum of the underground world in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, the Marc Deydier museum in Cucuron, the ecomuseum of bird calls in Saint-Didier, the Mont-de-piété museum in Avignon, the Rabasse de Monieux museum…