Tourism in Savoillan

in the Vaucluse department, the small village of Savoillan nestles in the middle of natural landscapes. The village of Savoillan is a haven of peace.

In this friendly village of the Vaucluse, nature is always present. The village is the starting point of many hiking trails: long, steep, you will find here itineraries suitable for the uninitiated as well as experienced hikers. According to your desires, you can also try your hand at different activities in the Vaucluse department: first flight, horse riding, climbing, tree climbing, via ferrata…

Like other villages in the Vaucluse, Savoillan offers visitors a generous terroir. The producers’ markets allow you to take part in local life, while buying specialties that you will savor in the hours that follow, for example as an aperitif.

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

Many activities are proposed to you in the Vaucluse on our website. The local Tourist Office will also provide you with information on the activities on offer and the monuments. You want to stay close to Savoillan? Many tourists prefer camping in the sunny Vaucluse. There are also some very nice hotels and B&Bs. Discover a selection of accommodations.

The Comtat Venaissin

Savoillan belonged to the Comtat Venaissin, a territory in the heart of the Papal States. Stretching mainly east of Avignon, from Camaret to Vaison-la-Romaine and Mont-Ventoux, the Comtat is renowned for the diversity of its landscapes and its strong identity. The cultivation of vines, in particular, is a strong marker in the history of this territory.

Vaucluse Museums

During your stay in the Vaucluse department, you will find a large number of cultural activities. The department has several dozen museums: the Louis Vouland museum in Avignon, the museum of the old school in L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, the Marc Deydier museum in Cucuron, the Jean-Henri Fabre museum in Sérignan-du-Comtat, the cardboard and printing museum in Valréas…