To discover

Discover the Vaucluse and Mont Ventoux

Located in the charming village of Malaucène, at the foot of Mont Ventoux, our hotel is an ideal place to stay to discover the riches of the region. The Roman cities of Vaison-la-Romaine and Orange are unmissable for your stay, which could be punctuated oenological stops in one of the many wine estates nearby. And then, of course, an excursion to the summit of Mont Ventoux is almost obligatory. It will be unforgettable.

The Giant of Provence

Arriving in Malaucène, you will quickly understand the central place occupied by the Giant of Provence, the famous Mont Ventoux. The legendary stage of the Tour de France cyclist, Mont Ventoux allows everyone to enjoy an exceptional panorama, at over 1900 meters altitude. Accessible by car, the site is particularly popular with cyclotourism enthusiasts, more and more numerous each year to try, and often succeed, the difficult ascent of the summit. An extraordinary natural sanctuary, the site is paced by hikers who appreciate its air routes and its exceptional views.

Vaison-la-Romaine and Orange

A 15-minute drive from your hotel, Vaison-la-Romaine, a Roman city with a rich past that shows Gallo-Roman remains and remarkable monuments, such as the unique arch bridge, the cathedral or the castle Counts of Toulouse. In less than an hour, the city of Orange is also one of the must-sees of your stay in the Vaucluse with its famous ancient theater or the Arc de Triomphe, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A wine region par excellence

The Vaucluse is a key destination for lovers of good wine. Less than 30 minutes from Malaucène and your family hotel near Mont Ventoux, a few names that will speak a lot to connoisseurs: Gigondas, Vacqueyras, Séguret, Beaumes-de-Venise are home to a few more or less well-known estates that produce little treasures that you be sure to enjoy, in moderation. The cellar of your hotel-restaurant will give you a taste!

The Avignon Festival

Just 45 minutes drive from Malaucène, the city of Avignon deserves at least a stop. The Palais des Papes and the Pont d'Avignon are must-see tourist attractions. Also popular is the Avignon Festival, launched in 1947 by Jean Vilar. It takes place each year in July and is considered one of the greatest contemporary live shows in the world. Do not miss !