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What to do around Isle-sur-la-Sorgue?

By staying at the Ferme en Provence, you are guaranteed to be close to a large number of tourist points in the department. In addition to enjoying the activities of your seasonal rental (table tennis, swimming pool, green garden, etc.), we will advise you on the essential places in the region. First of all, we suggest you visit the town center of Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, located 2 km from our establishment. You will discover the warm and special atmosphere which reigns in this town of Vaucluse, nicknamed "the Venice of Provence" with its flea markets, its antique shops, its many activities all year round and its Provencal market (Thursday and Sunday morning).

Vaucluse fountain

The picturesque village of Fontaine de Vaucluse has given its name to the department. The beautiful Sorgue river, which crosses the city, offers extraordinary views. The source of the Fountain is the first in Europe by its volume of water drained. Innumerable mysteries surround the source of the Fontaine du Vaucluse and in particular, its 308 meter deep abyss. Over the seasons, the Fontaine du Vaucluse transforms, from peaceful in summer, to a bubbling waterfall in spring and autumn. Discover this wonder of nature! & Nbsp;

The Luberon Regional Natural Park

Your vacation rental is at the gates of the Luberon. This protected territory is known the world over for hosting some of the most beautiful villages in the world such as Gordes, Lacoste and Roussillon. Often housed in the heights, these villages are to be discovered with family, friends or alone.

Mont Ventoux

Also called the "Giant of Provence", this vertiginous mountain is to be climbed by car, motorbike, or, for the more adventurous on foot or by bicycle. At the summit, at 1910 m above sea level, you will get a remarkable view of Provence. During your ascent, you will observe remarkable flora and fauna.

Avignon, the city of the Popes

Since your vacation rental, you will be staying 30 km from Avignon city center. Explore this city, its must-see monuments renowned all over the world: Pont d'Avignon (also known as “Pont Saint-Bénézet”), Palais des Papes, Notre Dame des Doms and Musée du Petit Palais.

Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

This town of Bouches-du-Rhône is known worldwide for hosting the famous impressionist painter, Van Gogh. Follow in the footsteps of its eventful passage and places painted by the artist by visiting Saint-Paul de Mausole or the Musée Estrine. Saint-Rémy-de-Provence is located 30 km from the Mas.

Arles, city of Art and History

In an hour's drive from the Ferme en Provence, you will be in the splendid commune of Arles. Discover its rich history, its heritage and its exceptional monuments dating from Roman times: the Ancient Theater, the cryptoporticos, the Terms of Constantine and the Roman Amphitheater.

Camargue Regional Natural Park

In one hour, you will be in the Camargue. This vast wetland offers breathtaking landscapes. Its protected flora and fauna are to be observed through a 4x4 discovery trail, on horseback, on foot or by bicycle. Between ponds, marshes and animals in their natural habitat, you will be completely disoriented.

Marseille, the Marseille city

Marseille, its Old Port, its Canebière, its fine sandy beaches, its Quartier du Panier and its Calanques, are all places to visit and discover. You will appreciate the sweetness of life on the French Riviera and the Riviera sun present all year round. Less than 90 km from the Ferme en Provence, explore Marseille.