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.


Ferrassieres sortie visiter vaucluse village

1h15 from Villa Sainte Anne

Ferrassieres is a pretty little village with a population of around 200, whose main activity is lavender production.

In Ferrassieres, the immense purple fields of lavender are a dream for photographers and those who love Instagrammable landscapes.

Visitors are asked to respect the lavender fields, as they are the main source of income for the locals in Ferrassieres. A short 3.5km or 5km loop is available from the village.

Almond trees, lavender and bories (dry-stone shepherd’s huts) adorn the landscape, offering exceptional views of Mont Ventoux and the Plateau d’Albion.

The lavender season begins in July and ends in mid-August. A lavender festival is held every year on the 1st Sunday in July in Ferrassières and on August 15 in Sault.

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