Camping Le Pastory
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Provence, land of contrasts and discoveries
During your stay at Camping The Pastory, take full advantage of the Provençal sweetness of life. From the village of Bédoin, all the treasures of the Vaucluse are available to you. Between scrubland and pine forests, the scents and flavors of Provence, charming villages and the exceptional hiking trails await you for a truly rejuvenating holiday.
In the heart of Provence, the Vaucluse reveals its secrets to holidaymakers.
He is the star of Camping The Pastory. With its 1 meters of altitude and its mineral landscape, it does not leave any of its visitors indifferent.
During your stay in Provence, do not miss the incredible spectacle of this exceptional site. On foot, by bike, by paraglider or from a climbing site, you will be amazed by the panorama offered by the Dentelles de Montmirail.
Gorges of the Nesque
Over 12 kilometers and up to 400 meters deep, the Nesque dug the second most spectacular canyon in Provence after the Gorges du Verdon. They are the scene of many discoveries with family or friends.
Mormoiron and Paty lakes
Only a few kilometers from Camping The Pastory, these two lakes offer hours of relaxation and refreshment.
A thousand-year-old history
Avignon, the City of the Popes
On the banks of the Rhone, Avignon, its Palace of the Popes and its famous Saint-Bénézet bridge offer a spectacular immersion in the heart of the region's medieval heritage.
Orange and its ancient heritage
Go back a little further in time with Orange. Make way for ancient history… Indeed, the Orange theater and the triumphal arch were once symbols of the glory of the Western Roman Empire.
Complete your historical journey with a visit to the prestigious Gallo-Roman archaeological sites of Vaison-la-Romaine. The Roman bridge, or the sites of Puymin and Villasse testify to its grandeur.
Le Camping the Pastory and the village of Bédoin are the ideal starting points for simply exceptional cycling tours.
- Climbing Mont Ventoux
Departing from Bédoin, this route is one of the most prestigious, as it is the most difficult of all those leading to the summit of the giant of Provence. 21 kilometers and 1 meters of elevation gain, for an average gradient of 600% await brave cyclists in search of challenges. In places, the slope even reaches 7,5%. Count from 11,5 hour 1 to 30 hours of ascent depending on your level.
- The Castelleras belvedere and the Nesque gorges are discovered on the occasion of a 71 kilometer course starting from Bédoin.
- The Madelaine and Suzette passes offer nearly 60 kilometers of routes.
- For beginners, several courses around Bédoin of 10 to 20 kilometers are accessible.
Not far from Camping The Pastory, many mountain bike trails await enthusiasts.
- The banks of the Sorgue
For a gentle start, set off for a 25-kilometre ride between Isle-de-la-Sorgue and Le Thor.
- The Toulourenc Valley
During a 60 kilometer hike, follow the course of Toulourenc and admire the north face of Mont Ventoux.
- The Nesque gorges
For the more seasoned, this rocky canyon offers more than 60 kilometers of mountain biking classified as difficult.
At the foot of Mont Ventoux, you will find hikes to satisfy all sports enthusiasts. From beginners to the most athletic, there really is something for everyone.
- Climbing Mont Ventoux
Count nearly 9 hours to complete this difficult hike which will take you from undergrowth paths to ridges and valleys, and up to the sumptuous mineral theater at the summit.
- The valleys of Ansis and Curnier
Take a walk in the foothills of Ventoux on these two hikes rated average from 4 to 5 hours.
- The valley of Maraval
This family walk of less than 3 hours will allow you to admire beautiful caves nestled in the heart of green nature.
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