EXCEPTIONAL NATURAL SITES

 

THE BAUX DE PROVENCE

Located in the heart of the Alpilles on a rocky plateau, the Baux de Provence overlooking Arles and the Camargue offers a breathtaking panorama. Patiently restored, the city has a rich historical and with 22 architectural monuments classified

ROUSSILLON

The village of  ROUSSILLON

 

Le sentier des Ocres

The village is among the most beautiful villages in France and is part of the perimeter of the Luberon Regional Nature Park. It offers a maze of alleys and facades shaded and  tinted by ocher. The village owes its reputation to its ocher cliffs and quarries . The heritage of this village can be discovered via the Ochre Trail and visiting the
"conservatory of ochres and pigments applied"

 

MONT VENTOUX

The Mont Ventoux rises to 1912 meters. It is about 25 km long east-west for 15 kilometers wide on a north-south. Nicknamed the "Giant of Provence" or Bald Mountain, is the culmination of the Vaucluse mountains. His geographic isolation makes it visible over large distances, which gives it its current name. Before being use by these major roads, allowing the development of tourism, winter sports and the organization of major cycling races, the mountain was paths traced by the shepherds now turned into walking trails.

ROQUE SUR CEZE

The Giants Pots

Falls of Sautadet

On 470 meters, Cèze has carved its violent passage through the limestone encountered along the way. On a drop of about ten meters, the river is dotted with bubbling cavities, alveolar holes carved into the rock called "Giants Pots" and an area of enlargement with slow waters named Canyon.

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