village of lagnes

4 km from la Fontaine de Vaucluse, 5 km from Saumane de Vaucluse, 8 km from Isle sur la Sorgue, 10 km from Gordes, 11 km from Cavaillon

GPS : Longitude : 5.116111 E - Latitude : 43.894444 N
Altitude : 125 m
Population : 1691

Dominated by its thirteenth-century castle, Lagnes is a typically picturesque Provençal village, with its narrow streets and covered passages, its sixteenth and seventeenth century town houses, its superb ancient façades, its fountains and wash house, its four banal (the shared oven that was owned by the Seigneur)… From the Rocher de Pieï, you will enjoy superb panoramic views over the Luberon and the Alpilles. Located in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of the Luberon, close to the Monts de Vaucluse, Lagnes is an ideal place for walkers with a multitude of trails and itineraries available.

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What to see, what to visit : the Abbey of Sénanque, Fontaine de Vaucluse , the ochres of Roussillon, Gordes.
Available activities : Walks, pétanque, botanical trail…

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Provencal market : Friday mornings. Festivities : Provençal fair on the last weekend in July. Saint's day feats (Fête votive) on the penultimate Sunday in July. Festival de la Sorgue and open air theatre during the second fortnight in July. Mardi-Gras : 'Giant aïoli', carnival procession and the Provençal traditional burning at the stake of the Caramentran character on the main square.