Tourism, leisure and activities in Provence

Staying in Avignon, a UNESCO World Heritage site, you won't know where to start...

La Divine Comédie - Vaison La Romaine
La Divine Comédie - Marché Provençal
La Divine Comédie - Camargue



First of all, the Palais des Papes, the largest Gothic building of the Middle Ages, the Pont Saint-Bénézet (the famous Pont d'Avignon!), the city and its magnificent historic centre with its cobbled streets and numerous museums (Musée Angladon, Collection Lambert, Musée du Petit Palais, Le Palais du Roure, Musée Calvet...), the Rocher des Doms offering a sublime view over the Rhône and the Fort Saint-André in Villeneuve-lez-Avignon.

The Avignon Festival, held in July, is the biggest theatre event in the world. The Festival IN and Festival OFF offer more than 1,400 shows a day.

Staying at La Divine Comédie is an opportunity to discover the richness of Provence...


  • Light and colour all year round
  • Superb wine estates, an unrivalled wealth of gastronomic delights...
  • Fields of olive trees and lavender as far as the eye can see
  • Visits to the region's vineyards, wine tasting... Oil mills and wine tasting...
  • Small and large Provencal markets all year round
  • An extraordinary wealth of culture and heritage

Lavender generally flowers from late June to early August.
It's best to find out more before planning your trip.

La Divine Comédie - Dentelle de Montmirail
La Divine Comédie - Champ de Lavande
La Divine Comédie - Cassis

Provence is...


The land of the Ventoux, the Dentelles de Montmirail and the wines of Châteauneuf-du-Pape... The villages of the Côtes du Rhône (Gigondas, Vacqueyras, Séguret, Rasteau, Beaumes-de-Venise...) not forgetting the famous Châteauneuf-du-Pape vineyards. Sublime walks in the Dentelles and the hilltop villages... mountain biking, the wine route...


Home to pink flamingos, bulls and free-roaming white horses, it's a must-see for lovers of nature, flora and fauna. Arles, the capital of the Camargue with its ancient treasures, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Don't miss its famous International Photography Festival (June to September).


The village of Les Baux-de-Provence, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, the Carrières de Lumières... Aix-en-Provence, Marseille and its calanques are just 1 hour away.


Its regional nature park with its magnificent hilltop villages and the most beautiful villages in France (Gordes, Lourmarin, Lacoste, Bonnieux, Oppède...).

For lovers of antiques and second-hand goods, head for Isle-sur-la-Sorgue all year round. 2 major annual events are not to be missed in April and November.

Avignon is also on the doorstep of the Occitanie region and its treasures... the emblematic Pont-du-Gard, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and Uzès, a medieval town in the Gard region with its emblematic Saturday morning market.

The region is also home to Roman Nîmes, the Maison Carrée, a UNESCO World Heritage site, Tavel, the village where France's 1st Rosé wine is made, and Anduze and its famous potteries.

It's impossible to list all the attractions in our region, but our team will be delighted to advise you on what to see and do.

And if you'd like to unwind with some Wellbeing & Zen / Sport & Nature activities, we can organise yoga, pilates, sports coaching, relaxing massages, mountain biking, electric bikes, electric scooters, hikes...

Just... Ask !

Activities around your event

Would you like to organise a family or corporate event at La Divine Comédie?
Contact us, we work with some of the finest houses in the immediate vicinity of La Divine Comédie.
We'll be happy to make some suggestions for your event.