It's always the right time of year for sport in Provence! After relaxing by the pool, the hotel is the perfect place to start off for the many outdoor activities that the Vaucluse has to offer. There are over 300 km of marked hiking trails spread between Mont Ventoux, the Dentelles de Montmirail and the Luberon, all running through breathtaking landscapes: the lavender trail, the ochre trail, vineyard trails, and more.
You can also bike along the back roads around Mont Ventoux or explore the roads through the vineyards and fields of lavender.
Horseback riding offers another way to discover Provence, with trails around the Luberon massif and Mont Ventoux or across the Vaucluse so you can discover all of its different landscapes.
In winter, the Mont Serein ski area, on the northern face of Mont Ventoux, offers 12 km of marked slops, 3 snowshoeing trails and sledding hills.
Gigondas, Beaumes-de-Venise, Séguret, Sablet... well-preserved medieval villages at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail mountains.
Pure enchantment at first sight ! The Dentelles de Montmirail mountains captivate visitors with their rocky beauty.
Mont Ventoux, sometimes called Mont Chauve (Bald Mountain), is easily recognised, an emblem of Provence and the Vaucluse.
Fancy a stay combining lifestyle , gastronomy , history, natural beauty and sports activities ... a single destination : the Vaucluse !