Malaucene, Beaumont-Du-Ventoux

17 - Between Chapels and Orchards










Positive elevation

171 meters

Negative elevation

171 meters


Min. 322 meters

Max. 405 meters

  • circuit
  • variante
  • voie verte
  • liaison

Departure / Arrival

Office de tourisme de Malaucène / Office de tourisme de Malaucène


Office de tourisme de Malaucène


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Fiche ciruit Entre chapelles et vergers

GPX track

The tourist service at Malaucène :

This family-friendly route invites you to cycle along the foothills of Mont Ventoux, the 'Giant of Provence', through vineyards, cherry and olive trees.
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A family cycling trip, calm and restful itinerary with no major challenges. The itinerary is studded with orchards and vineyards, at the base of Mont Ventoux.
Parking: Cours des Isnards - MalaucèneStart from the Tourism Office in Malaucène.On the square between the bars, go left in the direction of Beaumont du Ventoux. At the small roundabout go on the right, and 200m after, follow the direction "Sapeurs pompiers" on the left. Take the first left (yellow hiking sign for “Les Margaud”). Cycle this small road lined with fruit trees and vineyards. At the small bridge, go to the right. At the following intersection, take a left and cycle by the St Roch chapel. At the following little bridge, take a right. Continue straight on to the hamlet "Les Valettes". Cycle through the hamlet, and once back on the D153 go to the right. Cycle through Beaumont du Ventoux, continue straight on in the direction of Malaucène. Return to the Tourism Office.
Circuit created by the 'Communauté d'agglomération Ventoux Comtat Venaissin'

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public transport

Bus Line K Malaucène-Carpentras - Réseau Trans'CoVe (bus network)


Parking next to the Post Office

road access

No particular recommendation

To be noted

If you notice a problem on one of the Provence cycling routes report it with the Suricate app!:
Access to the massifs
Respect the regulations preserving protected natural areas – find out about restrictions to accessing the massifs during fire risk periods, from 15 June to 15 September.
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In short

  • Easy cycle route through vineyards and cherry orchards
  • Gorgeous views of the north side of Mont Ventoux
  • Saint-Sépulcre and Sainte-Marguerite chapels, fountains and Provencal wash house in the hamlet of Les Valettes