The highest point in the whole area at 910 metres of altitude, Mont Ventoux offers a clear view of the Mediterranean when the weather is fine. You can reach the summit by car or if you want a more energetic holiday, cycle, walk or horse ride up on the hiking trails. In winter, the road is closed to vehicles and is only open for skis, snowshoes and fatbikes. There is even a small resort on Mont Serein for downhill skiing on the Provence “giant”.
Apart from Mont Ventoux, enjoy your camping holiday in Vaucluse to explore the Gorges de Toulourenc or, on the other side, the Gorges de La Nesque. Another must-see in Ventoux is the Montmirail lace range, cutting into the sky westward, just a one-hour drive from the summit. This unusual landscape of steep walls is a paradise for climbers and hikers. It is also popular with wine connoisseurs with a chain of blades, arches and rocky stacks that you can contemplate in peace from your one- to five-star campsite.