In the heart of Provence you will find the department of Vaucluse. This special region is rich in exceptional nature, but also offers a treasure trove of culture and architecture. The landscape is characterized by hills and mountains, beautiful lavender fields, rugged rocky cliffs and picturesque villages. Immerse yourself in the Provencale traditions and taste the delicious Mediterranean cuisine. Your holiday home in the Vaucluse is the ideal starting point for exploring Provence!

Discover extraordinary landscapes during your holiday in the Vaucluse

From your holiday home in the Vaucluse you may be able to spot the top of the Mont Ventoux. This giant of Provence is no fewer than 1,912 meters high and is characterized by its limestone covered top. Take the car or the bike and make the special trip to the top, where you will find a wide variety of vegetation. From Mediterranean plants and beech forests to dry plants and limestone that will make you think you're on the moon. Once you have arrived at the top you will enjoy a breathtaking, spectacular view. The Lubaron is also a beautiful natural area that stretches over the Vaucluse and the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. The area offers a great diversity of flora and fauna and is very popular with walkers and cyclists. Book a holiday home in the Vaucluse and discover the other natural beauties of this stunning region too.

Immerse yourself in French culture during your holiday in the Vaucluse

A holiday home in the Vaucluse is the perfect base for visiting all the towns and villages in the area. In Avignon, you will be overwhelmed by a beautiful historic centre surrounded by medieval ramparts. Within these ramparts you will find numerous sights such as the Notre Dame des Doms and the Palais des Papes. In the city of Orange you will find special monuments such as the antique Roman theatre and lively streets and alleys. Spread over the department are several picturesque villages where you can soak up the real culture of Provence. Visit an attractive weekly market and taste the local specialities in one of the many restaurants. Or get inspired and prepare your own delicious Mediterranean meal in the kitchen of your own holiday home in the Vaucluse.

Enjoy walking and cycling in the Vaucluse

Pull on your hiking boots because in the Vaucluse you can walk forever! The department has various walking routes that will take you through the beautiful landscape to the most beautiful spots. The Vaucluse has suitable routes for beginners and the more advanced. Would you rather get on your bike? Then a holiday home in the Vaucluse is a great idea! Book a holiday home in the Vaucluse in Provence and enjoy a sporting holiday for the whole family!


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Holiday in Vaucluse - FAQs
How many Belvilla houses can I choose from in Vaucluse?

There are 100+ Belvilla houses in Vaucluse.

What are the most important places to visit in Vaucluse?

The most important places to visit in Vaucluse are Mont Ventoux, Avignon, Abbaye Notre-Dame de Sénanque, and Roussillon.

Any activities that I must include during my stay in Vaucluse?

Some of the must try activities in Vaucluse are-

  • Visiting The Vineyard And Monastery
  • Hiking
  • Skiing
  • Walking Tours
  • Attending Theater And Music Festivals
What are the recommended dishes in Vaucluse?

Some of the recommended dishes in Vaucluse are Cured Atlantic Salmon, Brioche French toast, Salade Nicoise, Aioli, Ratatouille.

When is the ideal time to visit Vaucluse?

The months from April to August are the best to visit Vaucluse.

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