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.


50 min from Villa Sainte Anne

Brantes is a charming little village nestled on the northern flank of Mont Ventoux and suspended above the Toulourenc valley. Along with Séguret and Gordes, it’s a typical Provencal village with cobbled streets, calades and soustets, fountains and stone washhouses.

Brantes is often a stopover on the way to the Plateau de Sault, or a starting point for a walk in the Vallée du Toulourenc. The scenery is breathtaking, and you’ll soon feel cut off from the world and the Mont Ventoux.

Brantes is also a village of artists and craftsmen, where it’s a pleasure to stroll and find a few nuggets. And just a stone’s throw away, why not make a detour to the Jardin Singulier de Saint Léger du Ventoux to relax along the Land Art trail and take a gourmet break in the community bookshop.

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