Villages to visit in Vaucluse​

What to do in Vaucluse? Here are suggestions for exciting activities near the villa,
beautiful villages, top sights and places of interest in the Vaucluse... Follow the guide!


Avignon visiter vaucluse village

40 min from Villa Sainte Anne

Avignon is a beautiful city, with an abundance of activities and cultural visits.

The most famous site in Avignon is the Palais de Pape, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the largest Gothic palaces in Europe. Take a walk from the Place de l’horloge to the Pont d’Avignon, via the Jardin des Doms and the ancient ramparts, is a real change of scenery.

Don’t hesitate to stroll through Avignon’s historic center to discover its medieval architecture and charming cafés.

Avignon boasts a number of wonderful museums, including the Musée du Petit Palais, the Lambert Collection, the Musée d’Art Contemporain and the Musée Louis Vouland.

Every July, Avignon hosts the Festival d’Avignon, a festival of art, music, dance and other cultural performances.

From Avignon, you can also take a relaxing boat cruise along the Rhône. A pleasant break that offers the best views of the city and its monuments.

To delve further into discovering our cultural heritage, we encourage visiting the nearby charming Provencal villages