Tourist visits in Provence, in the Vaucluse

From the campsite, you can start hiking and cycling tours, visit the village a 5-minute walk away and enjoy the summer festivities.

We offer weekly programs according to your wishes:

  • Discovery Week: you have never been to the region and would like to discover the major sites and some gems: here
  • Les Petits Secrets Week: you already know the big sites and want to discover little secret places: here
  • Children’s Week: your children want to have fun and you also want to take the opportunity to discover our hilltop villages: here
  • Discover the History of Vaucluse: you like history and want to discover Vaucluse over the centuries: here

What to do in case of rain?

Provence is renowned for its sunshine but it also happens that rain comes to water our plants and feed our waterways. In this case, don’t worry! There is always a sheltered visit waiting for you: mines, caves, castles, greenhouses… find the list here

In the surrounding area, you will have access to a variety of activities for your children:

  • La Petite Ferme and the Pony club near the village
  • Lake Mormoiron and its treetop adventure course 5 minutes by car
  • The enchanted forest, the Jarditrain, the Butterfly Farm… about fifteen minutes away
  • Wave Island water park and Spirou amusement park 20 minutes away

And many other fun places that we will recommend to you when you come…

To discover the splendors of Vaucluse, we are ideally located to explore the surrounding areas:

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Bedoin, a typical Provençal village

Bedoin, near the Les Verguettes camp-site, snuggles at the bottom of the southern face of the Mont Ventoux and has its own special climate with sunshine almost every day, as it is sheltered from the gusty “Mistral” wind which blows from the North.

The Bedoin market is an event not to be missed. The whole village is reserved for the market and its visitors. Scents of the Provence, olives, tapenades, take-away meals, herbs and spices, cheese – you can find everything at the Bedoin market.


Roussillon, a typical Provençal village

In the heart of the Lubéron, listed as another of the most beautiful villages in France, Roussillon will enchant you with its ochre rocks which are constantly changing colour in the varying light. The warmth and charm of the small hillside houses will enchant you.

Today, the colour ochre still attracts tourists: ochre-painted houses in the narrow shop-lined streets; you can also take the Ochre Paths and visit the Colorado of the Provence.


Gordes, in the Luberon

Gordes, a superb hilltop village, halfway between Cavaillon and Apt, is one of the most beautiful villages in France.

There is a castle which is a listed historical building in the village centre. The Saint-Firmin Palace, its gardens and caves are listed as historical buildings – all beautiful and well worth a visit.

Le Mont Ventoux

The Mont Ventoux

Near the Les Verguettes camp-site, is Mont Ventoux- the Giant of the Provence, classified by UNESCO as a “Biosphere Reserve”, which towers to 1,912m and has exceptional views over the Alps, the Mediterranean, the Camargue, the lower Rhône valley, the Cevennes and the Massif Central.

There are several routes to the top, including that taken by the Tour de France. There are also an Alpine and Nordic ski resort, horse riding possibilities, mountain and trail biking, wheelie slides, a centre to learn about astronomy and hotel with a restaurant.

Lisle sur la Sorgue

Isle sur la Sorgue

Formerly a fishing village, the host of canals reveal that the village sprawls over several islands. Water is everywhere and summer tourists savour this cool oasis to shelter from the hot Provençal sun.

Famous for its antique shops, art galleries, shops specialising in home decors, doll and old toy museum, you will also enjoy sauntering through the old town which has truly exceptional buildings and monuments.



In the Vaucluse, below the Mont Ventoux and the Dentelles de Montmirail, Carpentras, “A City of Art and History”, is famous for its beautiful landscape.

At the heart of the Provence is Carpentras, a well-known market town famous for its truffle stalls. Other well-known produce from Carpentras include berlingot sweets and Carpentras strawberries.



Avignon, the city and the Popes’ Palace, has a tumultuous past and has played a major part in European history. It lapsed into anonymity in the 19th century, becoming a cultural capital in the 20th century.

Created in 1946 by Jean Vilar, its Theatre Festival is now internationally famous.


Pernes les Fontaines

Pernes-les-Fontaines is a small, amazing town. Besides its historical heritage, there are a host of museums, art galleries and showrooms.

Motor-bike scrambles, a Street Art festival and a large, friendly market on Saturday mornings are all leisure activities and moments of relaxation to enjoy.

Les Gorges de la Nesque

The Nesque River Gorges

Located between Villes-sur-Auzon and Monieux, the Nesque river Gorges are the most spectacular in the Provence, second only to the Gorges du Verdon. An impressive, wild canyon, with fantastic rock formations.

Some splendid, narrow paths take you down to the bottom of the Gorges and the river Nesque. Many view-points to make the most of the spectacular views.