Mont Ventoux is an inevitable place for nature lovers and hikers. Located 40 minutes from the Hotel Les Lavandins, the summit of Mont Ventoux offers a panoramic view of Provence, with breathtaking landscapes. You can also take advantage of the many hiking trails and cycle paths to explore this mythical mountain. Do not miss the opportunity to discover this jewel of nature.
The sweet scent of Provence
In the land of lavender
The lavender fields are a must-see attraction during your stay at Hotel Les Lavandins. You can admire the magnificent lavender fields on site and in the surroundings of Saint-Christol and Sault. Just 10 minutes by car from the hotel, the Distillerie Vallon des Lavandes in Sault also offers a guided tour to discover the process of making lavender essential oil, the symbol of Provence.
"The Giant of Provence" Mont-Ventoux
For all ages Activities
The surroundings of the Hotel Les Lavandins offer a multitude of activities for all tastes. If you are looking for tranquility, a horse-drawn carriage ride through the lavender fields is an ideal choice. Thrill seekers can opt for a mountain bike or motorbike ride, or even a caving session in the caves. For a more relaxed activity, horseback riding is an interesting option, while picking enthusiasts can go in search of mushrooms in the nearby forests.
Discover local products Provencal markets
Provence is renowned for its quality local products, such as olive oil, honey, truffles, seasonal fruits and vegetables, as well as wines. The surrounding Provençal markets, such as those in Sault or Apt, offer a variety of regional products to discover and savor. You will be able to discover the flavors of Provence during your stay at the Hotel Les Lavandins by strolling through the various markets and tasting the products on display.
Bits of history Listed villages
Hotel Les Lavandins is located in an idyllic setting, surrounded by listed villages such as Sault, Gordes, Roussillon and Bonnieux, which are among the most beautiful villages in France. Each village offers its own charm and its historical, cultural and architectural heritage. You can get lost in the cobbled streets, admire the stone houses and colorful facades, visit the local museums, or relax in the typical cafes and restaurants. An authentic and unique experience not to be missed during your visit.
Beautiful walks The Ocher Trail and the Colorado Provençal
The Sentier des Ocres and the Colorado Provençal are two essential sites to visit. The Sentier des Ocres in Roussillon is a 30-minute to 1.5-hour hiking route that allows you to discover a unique and surprising landscape, with cliffs and mounds of sand and clay in shimmering colors ranging from yellow to red. The Colorado Provençal at Rustrel is another stunning natural site nearby, with vibrantly colored hills and geological formations.