: Marignane, Marseilles
: Avignon TGV
: A7 Cavaillon or Avignon
The village has a market on Tuesday where you can buy fresh local produce as well as Provencal gifts, wine and clothing. The Luberon is also known for its delightful villages such as Lourmarin, Menerbes, Lacoste and Bonnieux, the latter made famous by Peter Mayle’s ‘A year in Provence’
Gordes is a stunning perched village (19 kms), where you can visit the Abbey de Senanque, the Chateau de Gordes and the village des bories. Roussillon is nearby with the famous Ochre.Fontaine de Vaucluse (32kms), is a popular tourist village and also the source of the River Sorgue where you can either kayak or canoe to L’Isle sur La Sorgue, the antiques capital of Provence.
The historic walled city of Avignon is 55kms,Les Baux de Provence 64kms,Aix en Provence 65kms,
The Roman cities of Orange (68kms), Arles (83kms) and Nimes (98kms) are all worth visiting
Other Activities: Wine Tasting, Painting, exploring Provencal Villages