Nature is beautiful!
But that's not all...


The Citadel of Sisteron

The Citadelle of Sisteron, an architectural gem perched between the Alps and Provence, rises majestically above the Durance valley. Its strategic position overlooking the Durance offers a spectacular panorama. Its fortified ramparts tell the story of bygone eras and the battles that have shaped the region.

Exploring its inner courtyards, vaulted passageways and ancient bastions takes you on a journey through time. La Citadelle is also the setting for night-time tours and cultural events, blending history with contemporary entertainment. It's a must-see for any visitor wishing to capture the essence of Sisteron and its rich heritage.


Montbrun-les-Bains, listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France, is a pearl nestling in the heart of the Drôme Provençale. This medieval village, set in an amphitheatre at the foot of Mont Ventoux, offers a panorama of rare beauty over the surrounding hills. Its cobbled streets wind between ancient stone houses, testimony to a rich historical past. The remains of its feudal castle keep watch over Montbrun, while the thermal waters, renowned since Roman times, invite you to relax and feel good.
It's a haven of peace where time seems to stand still, ideal for recharging your batteries to the rhythm of nature and history.

The Mont Ventoux

Mont Ventoux, nicknamed the "Giant of Provence", stands proudly at an altitude of 1912 metres, dominating the landscape of the region with its towering, bald summit. This limestone colossus, visible from afar, is famous for its lunar landscapes at the summit and its forest-covered slopes. The Ventoux is a cyclist's paradise, world-famous for its epic stages in the Tour de France. Hikers will also find much to enjoy here, with numerous trails offering spectacular views of the surrounding valleys and peaks. A UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Mont Ventoux is home to exceptional biodiversity. It is both a challenge to overcome and a natural sanctuary to preserve.


Vaison-la-Romaine is a town of art and history, offering a captivating journey through the ages. Renowned for its rich archaeological heritage, it is home to some of the most important Roman ruins in France, with its ancient theatre, sumptuous villas and time-defying Roman bridge spanning the Ouvèze. The medieval upper town, crowned by its castle, offers cobbled streets and vaulted passageways, evoking tales of a distant past. Vaison-la-Romaine is also a lively town, with its colourful markets where the flavours and aromas of Provence mingle in a warm atmosphere. It's a place where history, culture and the Provencal way of life come together, offering visitors an unforgettable experience.

The markets

The Laragne market: Every Thursday morning since 1721, it's the same hustle and bustle in the centre of Laragne-Montéglin. Producers have been setting up stalls here for almost 300 years.

Marcket of Lachau: Every Saturday morning, come and enjoy this small, friendly market of local producers.

Market of Séderon: Every Sunday morning, come and stroll through this small, friendly family market selling local produce from 8am to 1pm.