Stay in Provence
Visit the most beautiful villages of Provence
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From the hotel Les Bories & Spa, you can easily visit Gordes and Bonnieux, two of the most beautiful villages in France, but also the whole Provence and Luberon with its famous typical villages.
A few kilometers as the crow flies from Gordes, you will find the medieval abbey of Notre-Dame de Sénanque, the mysterious "Fontaine de Vaucluse", the unfathomable chasm of Saint Véran.
Do not miss Roussillon, a village of artists and potters famous for its ochers, or the city of Avignon. Then, continue to the beautiful landscapes of Provence.
If you like theater or opera, do not miss the Lacoste festival. This event, created by Pierre Cardin around twelve years ago, allows the audience to discover young singers within surprising carries of the Marquis de Sade castle.
GORDES listed most beautiful village in France
Dry-stone houses and antique doors, view from Luberon to the Alpilles
Fortified castle in the village center and its museum
Saint-Firmin church from the 12th century and rebuilt in the 18th century
Troglodyte village of the Bories which is estimated at 2000 years old, listed historical monument
Cistercian abbey of Notre Dame of Sénanque and its legendary lavender fields
Perched and listed village
Saint Hilaire convent from troglodyte origin and rebuilt in 1250
Museum of truffle and wine
Vineyards and museum of the corkscrew
Perched village on the agricultural plains of the Calavon valley
The old church, listed historical monument in 1980
Julien bridge, built by the Romans on the oldest road of France
The forest of Cedars
Vestige of the Marquis de Sade castle, restored by Pierre Cardin
Pierre Cardin music festival in the quarries of the castle,
second half of July
FONTAINE DE VAUCLUSE
Spring that gushes at the foot of a 230-meter high cliff
Nice walk to the spring
Museum of the Paper Mill
Go down the Sorgue by kayak
Treetop adventure course
L’ISLE SUR LA SORGUE
The rustic Venice
European capital of the antique dealers
Waterwheels and canals linked to the Sorgue
Discover the Partage des Eaux (where the Sorgue splits into two arms) by kayak
Fortified city, its ramparts entirely surround the city, accessible through doors
The Palais des Papes (The Pope's palace)
Saint-Bénézet bridge with reference to the famous counting rhyme "Sur le pont d'Avignon"
The jardin des Doms (Doms Garden), birthplace of the city
L'Isle de la Barthelasse
Boat trips on the Rhône