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During your stay in our hotel with swimming pool in Le Thor, you will be only a few kilometers from the city center of Isle-sur-la-Sorgue and its famous Ancient Villages which bring together more than 300 professionals. Isle sur la Sorgue is a paradise for people who like flea markets and antiquing. Art lovers will also be delighted thanks to the many galleries that populate the city. Stroll through the streets of the center of Isle sur la Sorgue and visit the baroque Notre-Dame-des-Anges collegiate church, the Donadeï hotel in Campredon and the Villa Datris.

The Mont Ventoux

One of Provence's must-see remains the Mont Ventoux, also nicknamed the Giant of Provence. From its summit at 1,912 meters above sea level, you will get a superb view of the Luberon, the Sainte-Victoire mountain, the Nesque gorges, and even the Mediterranean coast. The biodiversity of the fauna and flora of Mont Ventoux has enabled it to be classified as a “Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO”. The bravest among you will climb to the top by bike or on foot, but other routes allow you to climb by car or motorbike.


We will meet you in Avignon so that you can come and observe its architectural richness and its exceptional heritage. During your visit to the city, do not miss the Pont d'Avignon, the Palais des Papes, the Place Pie, the Saint-Martial chapel, the Cathedral and the Rocher des Doms.


In the heart of the Monts de Vaucluse, discover the village of Fontaine de Vaucluse. Its specificity remains its abyss around which the village was built. When visiting this charming village, we invite you to discover the santons ecomuseum, the library museum, the Museum of the Call for Freedom, as well as Vallis Clausa.


A few kilometers from our hotel-restaurant at the gates of Isle sur la Sorgue, discover Orange, a city with many activities and vestiges of the past. We advise you to discover the Ancient Theater, the Arc de Triomphe, the Notre Dame Cathedral, but also the Museum of Art and History. For a walk in the middle of nature, in the heart of the city, go to the Saint Eutrope hill.

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You will enjoy strolling through the heart of the village of Gordes and discovering its castle, its calades and its cobbled streets. It is a journey through time that is offered to you. In the immediate vicinity of the village of Gordes, we invite you to discover the Village des Bories and the Abbey of Notre Dame de Sénanque.


Roussillon is a charming village in the Vaucluse which will charm and surprise you with its special ocher color. The essential activity to do in the village is to take the Sentier des Ocres. You will learn more about the history of the place, the old ocher quarries, the geology and the surrounding fauna during your walk.


Follow in the footsteps of the Romans by strolling through the charming town of Vaison-la-Romaine. There is no shortage of vestiges from another era: the archaeological sites of Puymin and La Villasse, the Antique theater, the Roman Bridge, as well as the Château Comtal. Vaison la Romaine is an open-air museum offering to discover more than 2,000 years of history.


The city of Nîmes is known for its remains from Roman times and for its relaxed lifestyle. Thus, during your walk in the center of Nîmes, we advise you to discover the arenas, the Maison Carré, the gardens of the Fountain, the Tour Magne and the various museums of the city. Near Nîmes, go to Pont-du-Gard, the famous ancient Roman aqueduct, exceptionally well preserved.

The Camargue

Vaucluse is located near the Camargue, known for its postcard landscapes and wildlife. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Camargue by visiting the towns of Arles and Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer. Votive festivals, bulls, beaches, horses and the sweetness of life will be waiting for you.

The hilltop villages of the Luberon

To explore charming little villages, we recommend that you go to the Luberon and visit the famous hilltop villages such as Oppède-le-Vieux, Goult and Lauris. From these villages, you will get superb views of the region.