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Mont Ventoux & Surroundings

Mont Ventoux

The one nicknamed the “Giant of Provence” or theMont Bald is a paradise for lovers of wide open spaces, the athletes, the dreamers. Our hotel in Malaucène near Mont Ventoux is located about 11 kilometers from the summit, at 1,912 m above sea level. The most experienced among you can reach the summitby bike or on foot, you can also do it by caror on motorcycle. At the top, a superb landscape awaits you, with preserved flora and fauna. You will be able to observe the Rhône Valley, the Mediterraneanand in the distance the Mont Blanc. Mont Ventoux is everyone's favorite playground. You can go hiking, ski, snowshoe, cycling, mountain biking. , paragliding, horse riding...

The villages around Mont Ventoux

In the surroundings of Mont Ventoux, many villages, full of character and charm, are to be discovered. Start your tour of the most beautiful villages near Mont Ventoux, with a visit to Bédoin, a typical Provençal village with its market and town centre. Continue with a visit to Sault and its lavender fields, but also to Venasque, an old perched medieval town. Continue with the discovery of Crillon-le-Brave on its rocky promontory, which offers you a superb view of Mont Ventoux. Finish with a visit to Gigondas, which is at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail and is an excellent starting point for exploring a wine route.

The Laces of Montmirail

The Dentelles de Montmirail are a massif renowned for outdoor sports such as climbing and hiking, but also for its exceptional wines. Don't miss a visit to its exceptional villages: Beaumes-de-Venise, Vacqueyras, Lafare, Suzette, La Roque-Alric and Saint-Hippolyte-le-Graveyron.

The Luberon

The Luberon Regional Nature Park is renowned for its exceptional perched villages. Discover them: Oppède-le-Vieux, Gordes, Grambois, Roussillon, Cabrières-d'Avignon, Lauris, Lourmarin, Ansouis, Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, Ménerbes and many others. Don't miss their exceptional site: Village des Bories, Notre-Dame de Sénanque Abbey, the ocher trail, etc.

The wine routes

The region is known to be home to many wine estates that offer exceptional wines. Meet at the reception of our hotel near Mont Ventoux in Malaucène, we will provide you with an itinerary of one of the region's wine routes. You will be able to meet those who work the vines and take part in tastings.


Take a detour via Vaison-la-Romaine to learn more about its 2,000 years of open-air history. We advise you to visit the two Gallo-Roman quarters and the archaeological museum which retrace the past of Vaison-la-Romaine. For a relaxing break, find yourself in the Jardin des 9 Damoiselles, on the banks of the Ouvèze.


This Provençal village is an invitation to relaxation, discovery and walks. The must-see is the Carrières de Lumières site, which offers an immersive sound and light show at the heart of an old quarry. Visit the city center and the surrounding area to take a closer look at the exceptional monuments: the Castle, the Saint-Vincent church, the Santons Museum, the Porte Eyguières, etc.


Orange is nicknamed the “City of Princes”. It has a remarkable history which is transcribed through its monuments and its remains: ancient theatre, Arc de Triomphe, Protestant palaces and temples, etc. Don't miss the Saint-Eutrope Hill and the Museum of Art and History.


Avignon is a charming city in Provence, renowned throughout the world for its festival, one of the biggest contemporary theater events. The city center, surrounded by the ramparts, is full of monuments to discover: Palais des Papes, Pont Saint-Bénézet, Cathedral and Rocher des Doms, but also museums such as the Calvet Museum, the Lambert Collection and the Petit Palais Museum.