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Discover the region
To see in the surroundings

Under the charm of Provence
The essentials of the Mont Ventoux region

Nestled in the Ventoux vineyards, Mazan is the ideal location to explore many of the touristic attractions of the region., This old Provençal village, is quiet and tucked away from the summer crowds: Mont Ventoux, Lavender Sault, Isle sur la Sorgue, the Capital of antique dealers and Avignon, are all a short 30-minute drive away.

The "Giant of Provence" The Mont Ventoux

 In the heart of Provence, climb to the top of the 'Giant of Provence'. Mont Ventoux is a paradise for cycling and hiking enthusiasts. From the top of its 1910m you will discover one of the most beautiful panorama in Europe in the south the Rhône valley in the north the chain of the Alps. 

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Nature stays The Dentelles de Montmirail

Our house of character at the foot of Mont Ventoux is located near the Dentelles de Montmirail. This natural area is renowned for its hikes, for climbing and for its exceptional wines. The Dentelles de Montmirail are the territory of the famous “Beaumes-de-Venise”, “Vacqueyras”, “Rasteau”, “Gigondas” vintages ...

And its lavender The Sault plateau

Look no further! Lavender fields as far as the eye can see, it's here on the Sault plateau. In summer, walks and visits to the distilleries will remain etched in your memories! Lavender blue and the gold of spelled fields: a unique landscape.

The flowering period of lavender on the Sault plateau is in the first half of July, followed by lavandin from mid-July to mid-August.

Exceptional colors The Ocres of Roussillon and Mormoiron. The Provencal Colorado of Rustrel

Ocher has colored the Luberon for millions of years and has fascinated locals as well as visitors from all over the world. A unique site in France, the ochres of the Luberon, a classified and protected area, extend over several municipalities and over nearly 25 kilometers.

The Ocres massif offers a multitude of hikes and family walks on foot or by bike to discover these incredible landscapes bordering on real!

At the foot of Mont Ventoux The Gorges du Toulourenc

Recharge your batteries in one of the most beautiful bathing sites in Provence. The Toulourenc river has dug its bed in the soft limestone to draw gorges with exceptional shapes. You will bathe in water that oscillates between milky blue and deep turquoise.

A spectacular canyon The Gorges de la Nesque

Dug at the foot of Mont Ventoux, the Gorges de la Nesque stretch from Monieux to Méthamis. It is an unmissable place of exception during your bike or car excursions. We advise you to stop at the Castellaras belvedere in front of the Rocher du Cire.

The City of the Popes Avignon

30 minutes by car from our charming rooms at the foot of Mont Ventoux, visit the Cité des Papes, Avignon, and discover the Pont d'Avignon, the Palais des Papes, the cathedral and the Rocher des Doms, the Place Pie, the Calvet Museum, the Petit Palais Museum and the Lambert Collection.

The Avignon Festival scheduled for July is today one of the most important international events of contemporary performing arts.

The capital of antique dealers Isle-sur-la-Sorgue

In the heart of Vaucluse, Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, is a former fishing village nicknamed the "Venice Comtadine". It is one of the most attractive towns in Provence.

Isle sur la Sorgue has now forged a strong image among lovers of Art and antique objects. More than 300 permanent antique dealers and second-hand dealers are open there all year round (Saturday / Sunday / Monday), making the city one of the most important European places of antiquity.

On the Monts du Vaucluse The hilltop villages

Venasque, Le Beaucet, La Roque sur Pernes, Méthamis, Blauvac, five villages in Provence, five "hilltop villages" clinging to the rock in the Monts de Vaucluse Nord. Very close to each other, one afternoon to stroll in the pretty alleys, on the calades, to pass under the medieval porches!