Discover Provence by bike

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From its home in southern Drôme, winding between vineyards and thousand-year-old buildings, the Rhône divides the land until it reaches the sea, outlining diverse landscapes and inviting travel and discovery. From the fortress of Mornas to the famous vineyards of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, from the north to south…


Avignon is adored for its rich culture and Provençal specialities, but the Papal city has even more to offer!


With its height of 1910 metres, Mont Ventoux dominates the landscape, acting as a sentry to Vaucluse.

The Luberon

Take a trip around the world of colour during your stay in the Luberon!
A land where the red colouring of the cliffs mingles with the ochre shades of the picturesque villages, and where the gentleness of Provençal life nurtures the hearts of its inhabitants.


Birthplace of the poet René Char, l’Isle sur la Sorgue is a small paradise of greenery crossed by many branches of the Sorgue, where ancient water wheels still turn at dawn.


Cycling, itinerant trips, mountain biking…

There are now more than 1,800 km marked cycling paths in the Vaucluse region (tracks, cycle routes including the Via Rhôna, the route from Calavon to the Mediterranean and Via Venaissa, the Vaucluse Long Distance Mountain Bike Trail, etc.), as well as a network of 400 certified partners.