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.


sault visiter vaucluse village

1h from Villa Sainte Anne

Set on a rocky spur 700m above sea level, facing Mont Ventoux, Sault proudly belongs to Provence’s most beautiful villages. Sault is famous for its majestic views over the lavender fields. Every year on August 15, Sault hosts the Fête de la Lavande, an excellent opportunity to feast your eyes and take some stunning photos.

On the culinary front, the Pays de Sault is famous for its lamb, spelt and nougat. You can visit the Boyer factory to learn all about the nougat-making and packaging process.

A visit to the Savonnerie is also a good idea to see how the famous Provencal soap is made.

Arriving in Sault along the Gorges de la Nesque road (Natura 2000 site) is magical, with its superb views. Don’t forget to stop at the Castelleras belvedere to admire this spectacular canyon.

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