A peaceful village set atop a rocky spur dominated by its church. Located in the easternmost reaches of the Vaucluse, it is
built in the high valley of the Calavon, between the Luberon and the Monts de Vaucluse. You can not fail to be seduced by
the charm of its surrounding countryside, with its lavender fields, its wooded hillsides and green valleys.
What to see. what to visit: the parochial church of Saint-Jacques le Mineur (1862); the Romanesque church of l'Assomption; the chapels of Saint-Clément, Saint-Roch and Saint-Pierre de Bagnol.
Recommended activities: walks, horse riding, mountain bike circuits.