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Le Mas des Papillons

Historic Towns and Villages

Le Mas des Papillons is in the Vaucluse department which contains some of France's most beautiful villages. On your doorstep is pretty Courthezon, historic Avignon and the Roman town of Orange. Take your time and soak in the atmosphere.

Courthezon

The mediaeval village of Courthezon is peaceful and among its features is its pretty town hall in the Château de Val-Seille as well as its fifteen fountains.

Orange

The Roman amphitheatre and its entertaining concerts is one of the highlights of Orange along with the Arc de triomphe, believed to have been built during the reign of Augustus between 27BC and AD14.

Avignon: Pope's Palace

Avignon was home to the Popes from 1309 until 1403 and you can see the magnificent Pope's palace.

Avignon: Bridge

A landmark in Avignon is the famous bridge of St Benezet which is also a World Heritage Site.


Beautiful Scenery

From striking peaks to rolling planes the countryside in Provence provides a wonderful backdrop to any holiday.

Mont Ventoux

Mont Ventoux is the largest mountain in the region, famed for it's reputation as one of the most gruelling climbs in the Tour de France.

Les Dentelles de Montmirail

Les Dentelles de Montmirail form the foothills of Mont Ventoux, these jagged peaks offer trails for walking, rock climbing and mountain biking.

The Gorges de l'Ardeche

A beautiful series of natural gorges, carved by the Ardeche river. The Gorges de l'Ardeche offer stunning scenery that is popular with tourists, while the river itself is ideal for canoeing and kayaking

Sault and the lavender fields

Synonymous with summer in Provence, the lavendar fields of Sault are in bloom from June to August. If you're visiting in the summer months, there are festivals and fetes throughout the lavendar region.


Famous Wine

The wines of the Côtes-du-Rhône area are renowned throughout the world. Make the short trip to Châteauneuf-du-Pape and sample some of the highly acclaimed vintages or travel to Gigondas or Vacqueyras to see what the rest of the region has to offer.

Châteauneuf-du-Pape

A ruined castle sits atop the village of Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The castle was built in the 14th Century for Pope John XXII, the second of the popes to take residence in nearby Avignon.