Robion is the gateway to Luberon, as such it conveniently has easy access to both Luberon and nearby Avignon. Making it the perfect platform for your sight seeing holiday.
Robion was once a fortified hilltop village, further protected by the cliffs behind. Today, a walk around the back and over the top will take you along ancient cobblestone lanes and through arched gateways. The top of the ancient village is still protected by parts of the ancient defensive walls. In the center is an old fountain with a covered column that was once a well, surrounded by a tight circle of plane trees and a ring of stone benches.
The old village has retained its charm and although its a tiny village with few commodities other than a café, it does possess an outdoor theater during the summertime. Read more...
Avignon 30 km
Aix-en-Provence 57 km
Apt 26 km
Arles 50 km
Cavaillon 6 km
Goult 13 km
Lagnes 10 km
Lourmarin 28 km
Menerbes 7 km
Oppède 5 km
Salon-de-Provence 30 km
Robion is only 30km away from the cultural capital of Vaucluse and a major site in Provence: Avignon.
Avignon is ancient, full of history, life, youth, art, music and activity. From the Palais des Papes, built by the popes who ruled from there in the 13th century, to the Festival d'Avignon which attracts visitors by the thousands in the month of July each year. The city has lots to offer.
The largest city in the Vaucluse, Avignon, is a cultural and economic capital, during your stay in one of Just Provence's luxury rentals you'll enjoy there a wide selection of commodities. If it is a restaurant you are after whether it is the family friendly or the exclusive Michelin starred gourmet rendez vous. You will also find a selection of museums that specialize in a multitude of themes from Natural History to Modern Art.
With UNESCO world Heritage sites such as the Pont d'Avignon, Palais des Papes or Rocher des Doms, Avignon is THE place to see in any visit to Provence. The town center itself is an architectural wonder with buildings dating back from the 11th century. This great preservation of its heritage allows the visitor to visit leisurely the 19th century commercial Avenue de la Republique, then move the the more exclusive stores of the 18th century Rue Joseph Vernet while passing by the roman temple near Eglise Saint Agricol.
Well served by an international airport, a TGV (fast train) station, and the motorway it has never been easier to follow the footsteps of Historical figures such as Napoleon, Pope Clement VI, John Stuart Mill or many artists of all domains and of all periods who were inspired by the area.
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