Vaucluse: our private campsites

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How to find a campsite in the Vaucluse

The Vaucluse is an ideal tourist destination, where you are sure to have sunshine for your holidays. In order to be able to choose the accommodation of your dreams, we suggest that you quickly get in touch with the hosts on HomeCamper. They will be delighted to share with you their accommodation offers in the department, but also their good deals in the region.


What to visit in the Vaucluse

By going to the Vaucluse, you are sure to have an unforgettable stay and not to see time pass. Different tours are possible, from the most classic to the most incredible. First of all, we recommend you to go to the Luberon massif, a natural place where you can walk in the middle of perched villages like Lacoste or Ménerbes. The city of Avignon opens its doors to its rich heritage with the Saint-Bénézet bridge, better known as "the Avignon bridge", its ramparts, but also its famous Palais des Papes. One of the most famous villages in the Vaucluse is Roussillon. A village that will not fail to charm you with its typically Provençal decorations. Know that if you enjoy hiking, you can fully live your passion in the heart of the Vaucluse with many natural areas and various trails available to you. Feel free to visit various tourist offices in the Vaucluse to discover which routes are recommended for hiking. Whether it is Orange with its famous ancient theatre or Vaison-la-Romaine for its great archaeological site, you can also satisfy your passion for history there. You should also know that this region is full of local markets that will allow you to discover the gastronomy of the different places.


When to go to the Vaucluse

If you wish to stay in the Vaucluse and enjoy all the outdoor activities available, we recommend that you visit this region of France between May and October. Avoid the months of December to February, as these are the coolest months of the year, and there are not as many activities.