Discovering the region
The Pays des Sorgues et des Monts de Vaucluse gives a warm welcome to those of you who enjoy cycling as a family or with friends, discovering a very varied landscape as you ride along picturesque lanes.
Ideally located between the Mont Ventoux and the hills of the Luberon, the Pays des Sorgues et des Monts de Vaucluse is fed and irrigated by the Sorgue, a crystal-clear river which winding through fields and orchards.
The Sorgue, which rises in Fontaine de Vaucluse, is a real treasure which has made this territory into a cool green oasis. In addition to its natural heritage, you can discover its rich architectural legacy sculpted over the centuries by loving artisans, Romanesque or Baroque chapels, castles, dry-stone walls, paddle wheels, a whole world there for you along the riverside ...
Events throughout the year
- In Spring : Foire ý la Brocante Internationale (international second-hand goods fair), concerts, exhibitions, FÍte des peintres et des sculpteurs (painters and sculptors festival)
- In Summer : Festival de la Sorgue, Corso nautique, Pêche d'antan (old-style fishing), marché flottant (floating market), Foire à la Brocante Internationale (international second-hand goods fair), Medieval pageant, la Nuit des étoiles (night of the stars), guided tours, etc.
- Autumn - Winter : The Pastorales, salon des collectionneurs (collectors' fair), Christmas markets, Provencal evenings, the Calendales in the Château de Saumane ...
- Isle sur la Sorgue
Monday evenings from 5 pm to 7 pm Parking de la Gare (April to October)
Thursday mornings and Sunday mornings up to 1 pm in the town centre
- Châteauneuf de Gadagne
Tuesday evenings from 6 pm to 8 pm on the Place du Marché aux Raisins. (April to October)
- Le Thor
All year round on Wednesday and Saturday mornings
Producers Market every Thursday evening from 5.30 pm to 8 pm from 7th May to end of September next to the Salle des Fêtes
- Petit palais
Farmers Market every Saturday morning from 7.30 am to 12.30 from end of March to end of December