The village of Cairanne
Les Romarins are located in the middle of the vineyards, 2 kilometers from the center of the village of Cairanne and its fortified city. Stroll through the alleys of this charming village in Vaucluse to discover its small squares, its caladed staircase, its keep and its Saint-Roch Chapel. Take one of the old village discovery tours.
For hiking enthusiasts, the GR4 route is 150 meters from Les Romarins, which makes our lodgings an ideal stopover on your route. Bicycle routes are also near our domain.
For wine lovers, this winegrowing village with a Cru des Côtes du Rhône appellation is made for you.
This charming town has a history of over 2,000 years. We advise you to discover unique sites steeped in history such as the archaeological sites of Puymin and La Villasse, the Notre-Dame de Nazareth Cathedral, the Saint-Quenin Chapel, the Ancient Theater, the medieval city in the upper town and its Château Comtal, as well as the Roman Bridge and the garden of the 9 damsels.
Enjoy the bustle of Place Monfort and its surroundings with its many shops, bars and restaurants.
The one known as the "Giant of Provence" is located near our establishment. After an ascent, by car, motorbike, bicycle or on foot, you will get a superb view over the whole of Provence. A challenge for all amateur cyclists with a guaranteed panoramic view upon arrival.
Laces of Montmirail
This mountain chain is home to many Provencal villages typical of the region. We advise you to discover in particular: the hilltop village of Gigondas, Beaumes-de-Venise crossed by the small river of Salette, the village of winegrowers Vacqueyras and Lafare. Fans of hiking, take advantage of the many hiking trails suitable for all levels and discover panoramic views over the entire region.Link title
Less than 20 kilometers from Les Romarins, is the city of Orange. You will enjoy discovering its remains from another era, such as the Ancient Theater, the Arc de Triomphe and the Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth Cathedral. We advise you to visit the city's art and history museum, and to take a walk in the heart of the city, on the Saint-Eutrope hill.
In the heart of Drôme Provençale, 30 minutes from Romarins, Nyons is to be discovered, just like its black olive and its PDO olive oil. Several monuments are to be visited such as the Roman Bridge dating from the 14th century, the Tour Randonne built around 1280, its place des arcades, its delphinal castle and its Saint-Vincent Church. For your taste buds: Nyons olive oil, palate olives and refining (olive purée) are on sale at Romarins (AOP Bio).Link title
This hilltop village is to be discovered. Clinging to an altitude of 340 meters, everything is splendid in this village: the view, the monuments, the church, the castle, the calades and the cellars. Enjoy all the sweetness of life in this typically Provençal village.
Also called "The City of the Popes", 40 minutes from Les Romarins, Avignon is full of monuments from another time to discover. Spend a day visiting its monuments and all its curiosities, strolling through its streets and alleys with superb architecture. Discover the Pont Saint-Bénézet (better known as the "Avignon Bridge"), the Palais des Papes and the Rocher des Doms. The unmissable event is the Avignon Festival, the largest performing arts event in the world every July.Link title
Pont du Gard
Discover nearly 2,000 years of history during your visit to Pont-du-Gard. This ancient aqueduct is located in the middle of the Provençal scrubland. It will impress you with its exceptional dimensions, height of 48 meters and length of 275 meters. Beautiful walks await you during your visit to the Pont du Gard.