Pont du Gard
The Vaucluse, the ideal holiday destination!
The Vaucluse is like something out of a painting and invites you on a sensory journey of which you’ll savour every moment. With your family, friends or just the two of you, this region can be discovered on land or from the water, with activities to suit everyone. Canyoning, cultural excursions or road trips through the vines... choose the perfect programme for you!
And for somewhere to stay, a Sandaya campsite is unbeatable. A fully equipped mobile home or traditional camping pitch in a gorgeous green haven, mini clubs for children, water park and entertainment for all the family – we’ve got everything covered to make your stay one to remember!
Visit the Vaucluse with the family
The Vaucluse is a land of a thousand adventures where all the family will find something to keep them happy. Spend the day playing Tarzan and Jane on a tree-top adventure trail, descend the River Sorgue in a canoe or journey to the centre of the earth on a caving trip: your children will have the time of their life and let’s be honest – so will you!
Your children still begging for more? Complete your programme with a walk with donkeys, an afternoon in the free children’s club and a yummy trip to the Haribo Museum, and you can be sure your children won’t forget their holiday in the Vaucluse any time soon!
Visit the Vaucluse as a couple
Are you keen to admire sunrise or sunset with your special someone? From a lavender field, among the vines at the foot of Mont Ventoux or from a hilltop village voted one of France’s most beautiful – take your pick and share a magical moment, just the two of you in an idyllic setting.
Are you a thrill seeker? Then get ready to soar through the air in a paraglider over the splendid Provencal landscapes. Or you love old stones? Visit Gordes, Roussillon or Ménerbes in the Vaucluse, all holders of the “most beautiful villages of France” label.
Camping Vaucluse: our handy tips for a successful stay
Make sure you bring your camera: there are numerous spots from which to photograph the lavender fields!
The Ochres Massif in the Luberon is a must-see: this extraordinary site, with colours ranging from soft yellow to a bold reddish-brown, recalls the scenes of the Far West.
The Vaucluse is also a foodie’s paradise, full of flavours with sun-kissed fruits, olive oil, nougat, the traditional berlingot confectionery and other mouth-watering local produce.
For a more unusual activity, climb Mont Ventoux at night and admire the sunrise once you reach the summit. A unique experience for seasoned hikers!