Tourism News

News

Château de Sannes, in the Luberon

published on 18/02/2021

In the south Luberon, the Château de Sannes is a wine estate with innovative ideas and a splendid château to hire for special events. ...

The Jardin Singulier at St Léger du Ventoux

published on 21/01/2021

On the northern slope of Ventoux, wilder than her brother to the south, the sweet and energetic Nathalie David moved her small publishing house from the village of Brantes to the forest of St Léger du Ventoux ...

The press team wish you a Happy New Year 2021!

published on 15/01/2021

May it be gentle and inspiring, and bring us all renewed pleasure in sharing ideas and emotions through the written word, the voice and the visual arts – and, above all, what we all dream of at… ...

Ventoux – last-born of the Regional Nature Parks

published on 23/11/2020

A land of hills, garrigues and large spaces, Vaucluse first gave birth to the Luberon Regional Nature Park in 1977, before creating that of Ventoux this year. ...

Meeting artisans from the Ventoux area

published on 20/11/2020

Ventoux Métiers d’Art is made up of 30 artisans around Ventoux with traditional skill sets, some of them rare, but always of excellence. ...

Between cabin and château: 5 top accommodation choices around Ventoux !

published on 18/11/2020

A land of hills, garrigues and large spaces, Vaucluse first gave birth to the Luberon Regional Nature Park in 1977, before creating that of Ventoux this year. ...

Come and meet the people of the Ventoux area!

published on 13/11/2020

Athletes, farmers, naturalists, storytellers or scholars… we're giving you ideas of fascinating people to interview ...

Double climb of Mont Ventoux for the 2021 Tour de France

published on 09/11/2020

2021 will see the return of the Tour de France to Mont Ventoux, and for nothing less than a historic double ascent of the legendary summit! By the time of the event, the redevelopment works will have been completed. ...

7 objects “Made in Vaucluse” to offer as a gift or to take home with you

published on 31/10/2020

Here is a selection of objects “Made in Vaucluse”, which will evoke the warmth of the Midi even in the heart of winter, and which will support passionate craftspeople, farmers and breeders rather than large consortia and… ...