The Mont Ventoux
The Giant of Provence dominates the Rhone Valley from its 1912 meters of altitude. Its forests welcome hikers and mountain bikers, while its roads are challenged every year by thousands of cyclists. On its northern slope, a small family ski resort is a delight for skiers in winter.
A destination for nature, the department also stands out thanks to its particularly dense cultural offer. The museums of Vaucluse will seduce you for sure. You can visit, for example, the Comtadin-Duplessis museum in Carpentras, the ecomuseum of bird calls in Saint-Didier, the Donadeï museum in Campredon de L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, the Jouve museum in Cavaillon, the Marceau-Constantin museum in Saint-Christol, the Harmas de Jean-Henri Fabre in Sérignan-du-Comtat, the museum of industrial adventure in Apt…