Activities in the region

History and Culture

Take advantage of your stay to visit the most beautiful villages of the Monts du Vaucluse:
And many more ... starting with Joucas, its Mill, its Commandery of the Templars and its labyrinth of Art that winds along the calades.

Senanque Abbey is also a remarkable place, especially when lavender is in bloom in June.

For museum lovers, you can visit:
Many festivals take place during the tourist period, among the best known:
And many more in the surrounding villages...

Nature and Sport

Joucas is located on the outskirts of the Luberon Regional Natural Park, which multiplies the possibilities of beautiful hikes.

A GR starts from the Mas des Coulaux and will take you to...

If, conquered by Roussillon, you want to see other ochre landscapes, you can go to Colorado Provençal.

The Cedar Forest is also a beautiful place for hiking or family walks.

Cycling is one of the most popular sports in the region. For the more trained, you can try the ascent of Mont Ventou. For others, you can experience visiting the perched villages by electric bike.

You can also take a horseback ride in the valley, contacting the Joucas equestrian farm.

The nearest golf course is located 30 minutes away, in Saumane, with superb views of the Luberon and the Alpilles.

Two tennis courts can be reserved at the entrance of Joucas (see conditions on site) and fitness classes are also regularly offered in the town.

Finally, the Mas features an outdoor swimming pool measuring x x x x and table tennis.

Fall-Winter Activities

The region is less touristy in autumn and winter.

Nevertheless, it remains a very pleasant holiday resort.

The climate in October is mild and, in some years, it is as hot and sunny as in spring!

Coming in February also allows you to recharge your batteries in nature when the days get longer.

This can be an opportunity to experience a day of skiing on the snow-capped summit of Mont Ventou, to taste the fresh truffle of the country harvested between November and February or to visit the Palais des Papes d'Avignon on a less mild day.