Pretty medieval village dominated by the Fort Saint-André. The walk leading to the Carthusian monastery is worth the detour.
Le Prieuré, 7 Place du Chapitre, 30400 Villeneuve-lès-Avignon
Festival of Avignon
The Festival d'Avignon is the most important theater and live performance event in the world, usually held in July, and has an incomparable atmosphere: street shows, dancing music, ice cream galore and French celebrities.
To admire one of the most beautiful views of Avignon, go to the banks of the Rhone by parking near Camping La Sorguette.
Take a walk through the historic center of the city. You will discover cobblestone streets, old Aube wheels, small stores and cafes.
L'épicerie, 10 Place Saint -Pierre, 84000 Avignon
A voir : Le Jardin des Doms, la rue des Teinturiers , le marché des Halles
the Palace of Popes
Avignon is nicknamed "the city of the Popes" because of its palace, which once housed several popes of the Christian West, and is the largest of the Gothic buildings of the Middle Ages. The visit is worthwhile, but you can simply admire its facade in one of the cafes in the Palace Square.
Pont of Avignon
Emblem of Avignon, the Saint-Bénézet bridge is composed of 4 arches but does not allow to link the city to the Barthelasse island, on the other side of the Rhône. You can walk on it (sing and dance too if you want).