Biking/Le Mont Ventoux
We offer you many beautiful bicycle trips. Every true cyclist will want to climb the giant of the Provence, Le Mont Ventoux (only 16 km from Le Bouquet de Seguret). There are  (e-)bicycles for hire and you can safely store away your bicycle at our garage.

Wine routes across Côtes du Rhône
The names of the villages surrounding 'Le Bouquet de Séguret' read like an exquisite wine card:  Cairanne, Rasteau, Séguret, Gigondas, Vacqueyras, Beaumes de Venise.  We have set out several wine routes for you and offer you the possibility to enjoy an english spoken guided tour at a domaine in Seguret.

Theatre trips
During the summer months thousands of people enjoy the unique acoustics of the Théâtre Antique, when operas such as Carmen and La Traviata are performed. Surrounding castles like Grignan en Suze-la-Rousse often host musical performances. In high season, little villages such as Seguret organise small-scale classical and jazz concerts. We can book you seats and adapt our dinner times accordingly.

Amazing routes through olive tree orchards, lavender fields and past the most beautiful fruit trees
It already starts just past Vaison-la-Romaine: orchards full of the gnarled trunks of centuries-old olive trees. Olive oil from Nyons is among the best in the world.  We have designed an exciting trip for you, including picnic spots, photo stops and olive oil mills. Rémuzat, where you can see a lot of vultures, is also on this route.
Even closer to 'Le Bouquet de Séguret' you can find several magnificent lavender fields. Use our route descriptions to make a lovely ‘fragrant and colourful’ lavender trip. Enjoy the panoramic views and the tasteful restaurants along the way that are indicated on the route descriptions.  
In June the trees in the valley of St. Jalle are full of apricots. We have designed a beautiful route through the valley of Toulorenc, past the Aulan castle and through the valley of St Jalle for you.

The Provencal markets
A walk across a Provencal market is a feast for the senses. The most beautiful markets are awarded by the French authorities with the ´Les Parasols d´Or´ and eight of them are close to 'Le Bouquet de Séguret'.
The Roman history in Vaison-la-Romaine and Orange
In the former Roman city of Vaison-la-Romaine you can sense history everywhere. Excavations have uncovered a shopping street, a villa, patrician houses and bath houses.  The Theatre, the Roman bridge and the Haute Ville with castle ruins are also very impressive.
It is only half an hour's drive from 'Le Bouquet de Séguret' to the beautiful Théâtre Antique of Orange, the best preserved Roman theatre in Europe. Arles and Nimes are an hour's drive.

Walking & Golf
There are several good and beautiful walking trails in the Dentelles de Montmirail or the river Toulourenc, very nearby Le Bouquet de Seguret.
Avignon offers you 2 beautiful golf courses, where you can also hire golf equipment.

Papal Avignon
Apart from the Palais des Papes and the Pont St-Bénézet you should also visit the Place de l´Horloge and the Rue des Teinturiers.  In July the whole city is transformed into a big open air theatre with some 400 festivities. 

Visiting lovely old villages
A remarkable drive visiting beautiful villages. Pernes-les-Fontaines that counts 37 fountains, Fontaine-de-Vaucluse where the deep source of light green water of the Sorge is located and the most delicious trout is served. L´Isle-sur-la-Sorgue - nicknamed the Venice of the Comtat - with hundreds of antique traders, the mossy water mills and cafes along the river bank and the impressive caves of Thouzon.

A trip to the Luberon
Is the Luberon just a bit too crowded and expensive for you to spend much time there, then come stay with us - places like Gordes, Roussillon, Bonnieux and Ménerbes and the famous abbey of Senanque are located within an hour’s drive of 'Le Bouquet de Séguret'.

A trip to the Ardèche
Swim in the river Ardèche or kayak down it, drive along the Gorges de l´Ardèche to Vallon Pont d´Arc and visit the caves of Aven d´Orgnac.

Current events calendar
Festive markets, folkloric events, village and patron saints celebrations: life in the Vaucluse is full of them. We have an on-going calendar of events for you.