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Living on water: the Cabanes des Grands Cépages

published on 26/05/2020

The Domaine des Cabanes des Grands Cépages opened in the heart of the famous Châteauneuf-du-Pape wine region in 2017. It offers visitors the chance to experience the joy of being surrounded by nature, beside the water and… ...

Enhanced reality at the Popes’ Palace

published on 26/05/2020

Ah, the great halls of the Papal Palace, so vast … but so empty too! Since the arrival of the Histopad, visitors can finally immerse themselves in the history of the monument, during the era of the… ...

50 Bosch eBike charging stations in Vaucluse

published on 26/05/2020

Here’s some good news for people who love exploring the countryside or climbing the slopes by electric bicycle – Vaucluse now boasts 13 charging stations and 150 Fast Chargers spread across the region, at Tourist Offices and… ...

Plantin truffle experts in Vaison-la-Romaine now open to the public

published on 26/05/2020

The Mont Ventoux and Valréas region is famous for its splendid black truffles, a popular treat in local markets and cuisine every winter. The Plantin family have been honing their mastery of this delicacy ever since the… ...

La Filaventure, the brand new museum of Brun de Vian-Tiran factory

published on 26/05/2020

Fans of French-made quality blankets will know the name Brun de Vian-Tiran, the oldest cloth-weaving factory still running in France. For eight generations and over two centuries, the Brun family has been travelling the world in search… ...

Two new sightseeing Passes for Avignon and Vaucluse

published on 26/05/2020

Explore Avignon or the whole of Vaucluse at your own pace, with the new 24- or 48-hour City Pass, and 2, 3 or 5-day Passes covering the wider region. The Avignon City Pass and the Vaucluse Provence… ...

Cooking lessons at the Maison de la Tour in Avignon

published on 26/05/2020

Sheltered from the hustle and bustle of the city, close to the medieval ramparts, Maison de la Tour restaurant is open every day except Tuesdays, Wednesday lunchtimes and Sunday evenings. They specialise in gourmet cuisine prepared with… ...

The House of Candied Fruit opens in the Luberon

published on 26/05/2020

It’s just been added to France’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage and has earned its native town recognition as a “Site Remarquable du Goût” (Remarkable Site of Flavour); it’s beautiful, shiny and distinctive, and yet it’s largely… ...

Opening of the Inguimbertine in Carpentras

published on 28/04/2020

Welcome to the only museum-library in France! It opened on November 4 in Carpentras and bears the name of its founder, Mgr d’Inguimbert, humanist bishop and visionary of Carpentras in the eighteenth century and also the… ...