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City shaped by history

No need to go far to visit. The small town of Caumont-sur-Durance already offers a multitude of curiosities. The history of the city has its source more than 2500 years ago, on the heights of Bonpas hill. Occupied by the Romans, invaded by the Barbarians, Caumont-sur-Durance still bears the remains of its rich history. Surrounded by 14th century ramparts, the old village is worth a visit. You will not miss to visit the church and the chapel Saint-Symphorien, the chapel of the White penitents, the Carthusian monastery of Bonpas or the famous Roman garden. History and heritage lovers, Caumont-sur-Durance is for you.

Mont Ventoux

High place of the little queen, some like to ride a bicycle. Others are trying to get there in the middle of the night, well before dawn, to admire a sunrise, breathtaking spectacle. Mont Ventoux, called the Giant of Provence, is the highest point of the Vaucluse. Majestic and isolated, Mont Ventoux, located about 45 minutes drive from the Posterlon, charming guest house with swimming pool near Avignon, is a popular destination for hikers in the summer, skiers, winter when the snow is at the rendezvous.


It attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. L'Isle-sur-Sorgue, nicknamed the Venice of Provence, is a must for your stay at Posterlon. Renowned for its canals, historic buildings and antique shops, the Provençal city is also a spot dubbed by celebrities.


Located in the heart of the Alpilles Regional Natural Park, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence is a city with many artistic, architectural, gastronomic and cultural riches. The Nostradamus Fountain, the Van Gogh Museum, the Glanum Archaeological Site or the Hotel de Sade are a small sample of things not to be missed.