Tourism in Velleron

The village of Velleron welcomes you in the splendid landscapes of the Vaucluse. This preserved village of the Comtat Venaissin will seduce you with its small streets and facades. Velleron has an active village heart, with stores and boutiques.

Do you want to experience an active vacation in contact with nature? The village is the starting point for many hiking trails, with itineraries suitable for beginners as well as experienced walkers. During your stay in the Vaucluse department, you can also indulge in other activities: paragliding, tree climbing, via ferrata, climbing…

In Velleron, as everywhere in southeastern France, gastronomic specialties are a real tourist attraction. During your vacation, you should definitely visit a local market. There you can meet the local producers and taste fruits and vegetables, sweets and other specialties produced in the surroundings.

Men have participated in the charm of the Comtat Venaissin: churches, museums, castles interest tourists.

You can get closer to the Tourist Office of Velleron to discover remarkable tourist sites nearby.

You wish to stay in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur ? Hotels, campsites, bed and breakfasts offer you a wide choice of accommodation in the Vaucluse department. We allow you to find accommodation.

The Comtat Venaissin

Until the Revolution, the village of Velleron was not French but was part of the Comtat Venaissin, a territory attached to the Pontifical States. Today, the Comtat Venaissin is a major tourist destination in the heart of Provence, thanks to its perched villages, castles, churches, landscapes and its generous terroir.

Museums of Vaucluse

During your stay in the Vaucluse department, you will find many ideas for cultural activities. Indeed, the department has several dozen museums. What to see? What to do? You can visit prestigious or confidential museums, such as the printing museum in Valréas, the museum of the tools of the winegrower Father Anselme in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, the eco-museum of Provençal santons and traditions in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, the Marc Deydier museum in Cucuron…