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The department vaucluseThe Vaucluse is a beautiful region located in the southeastern part of France
, known for its breathtaking natural landscapes, picturesque villages, and rich cultural heritage. If you're looking for an ideal destination for your vacation, Vaucluse is a perfect choice, with its five most beautiful places to visit within 30 minutes of the following Capfun campsites: Camping Carpe Diem
in Vaison La Romaine, Camping Beauregard
in Mornas, Camping Jantou
in Le Thor, and Camping Pinèdes du Luberon
: This historic city is famous for its iconic bridge, the Pont Saint-Bénezet, and its papal palace. The Avignon Festival is also a highly anticipated annual event in the region. Avignon is just a 25-minute drive from Camping Beauregard
: This iconic mountain is a popular hiking and cycling site located 30 minutes by car from Camping Carpe Diem
. It offers breathtaking views of the surrounding region.
: This region is famous for its perched villages, lavender fields, and olive groves. The towns of Gordes and Roussillon are particularly beautiful. The Luberon is just a 20-minute drive from Camping Pinèdes du Luberon
La Fontaine de Vaucluse
: This charming village is located where the Sorgue River originates, a 10-minute drive from Camping Jantou
. La Fontaine de Vaucluse is also famous for its Provençal market on Sunday mornings.
Les Dentelles de Montmirail
: This mountain range offers spectacular hikes with breathtaking views of beautiful landscapes. The villages of Gigondas and Vacqueyras, known for their wines, are also in the region. Les Dentelles de Montmirail are just a 30-minute drive from Camping Beauregard
In addition to these five must-see places, Vaucluse is also known for its local cuisine
. Truffle-based dishes, local cheeses, and seasonal fruits and vegetables are particularly delicious. Local markets offer fresh produce and aromatic spices
, such as oregano, lavender, and thyme, which are used in local cuisine. Walking the streets, you can smell the enticing scents of local specialties
, such as tapenade, lavender honey, fig jam, and much more. The region is also known for its wines, such as Châteauneuf-du-Pape and Gigondas.
Here is the list of our holiday parks in Vaucluse