A village located in the Vaucluse, stretching from the Uchaux range of hills to the famed vineyards of Côtes du Rhône.
Slightly elevated, on the edge of the La Montagne woods, the village offers superb panoramic views over the valley right up to
the confines of the village of Sainte-Cécile les Vignes. This was, until the turn of the twentieth century, a community of
shepherds, and there are still a great many sheepfolds standing. For nature lovers, there are botanical trails, the woods of La
Montagne, various paths and circuits (sentiers de Grande Randonnée)…
What to see, what to visit: the parochial church of Saint-Antoine, originally erected in the Medieval ages and rebuilt in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the statue of Notre Dame-de-la-Garde, dominating the oppidum (nineteenth century).
Available activities : walking circuits.