Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 8.30pm
Saturday from 9am to 5pm
Sunday 9.30am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 5.30pm
A small village in the countryside packed with authentic charm, Aubignan is located in the heart of Provence, between Avignon and Orange. In summer, temperatures rarely drop below 25°C. That’s what makes the cicadas sing, especially in the fields of lavender that surround the village. Here, you’ll hear talk of caillettes, aioli and tapenade as soon as you hit the market. Regional specialities from Provence! Come and enjoy the Provence way of life at our holiday rentals in Aubignan!
Perfectly located, our Aubignan holiday rentals will allow you to visit all of the region’s must-see sights, like Mount Ventoux, the town of Orange and the Carpentras Canal. The advantages of a holiday house at the foot of Mount Ventoux, are all the outdoor activities on offer: hiking trails, horse riding and mountain biking. And whether you’re still a kid at heart, or travelling as a family, head for Wave Island water park, just 15km from Aubignan.
Feel like wandering round the historic village of Aubignan? Sit yourself down in one of the typical restaurants serving up local specialities. And most importantly, don’t leave without a trip round the Aubignan market. The local producers will introduce you to the real fougasse, nougat, and other landmarks of Provence cuisine.
Treat yourself to a stay at the residence Les Demeures du Ventoux***: your Aubignan holiday house with a pool. You’ll enjoy all the comforts of home with a patio able to welcome from 2 to 6 people, for holidays as a couple, among friends or as a family. To top it all off, your Vacanceole holiday house in Aubignan is working to limit the environmental impact of your holiday every day. All set for sustainable tourism and responsible holidays in Aubignan!
Côte du Rhône, Beaumes-de-Venise, aioli, mushrooms (bolets, ceps, truffles...), game, meringues (go to Jouvaud's house in Carpentras), berlingots from Carpentras, candied fruits, strawberries, lavender honey.
Jean Henri Fabre, born in Carpentras, is the father of ethology, the science of animal and human behavior. During his hikes in the Mont Ventoux, he developed his student access and classified all the insects and plants that lived there. His "Entomological Memories" bring together some of his observations on Mont Ventoux and in the Vaucluse, provoking the admiration, among others, of Darwin.
Mont Ventoux is mythical and mystical! Here, you are at the border of the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea. Our favorite: to admire the sunset from the Mont Ventoux! It's an exceptional experience to live. Go hiking 2 hours before sunset from Bedoin (park after the chalet Reynard), the climb will be easier.