Saint-Trinit and its surroundings
The Musée de Sault: Home to collections that span prehistory, the Gallo-Roman era, the Middle Ages, minerology, mummies and Egyptian artefacts, weaponry and a series of paintings by local artist Evariste de Valernes, plus a library with a parchment scroll about the Val de Sault. Diderot’s Encyclopédie and old books.
Provence’s very own Colorado: In the Vaucluse, just two kilometres south-east of the village of Rustrel, the iconic Provencal Colorado area awaits, home to a spectacular series of landscapes in an extraordinary patchwork of colours.
La Fontaine de Vaucluse: Tucked away in an incised valley, this enchanting town in the South of France boasts an incredible natural beauty spot: the Fontaine de Vaucluse at the foot of a cliff that towers 230 metres high. Venture down into the depths of the abyss, soaking up the charged power of the mesmerising emerald waters as you go.
The Château d'AULAN: Learn more about the history of Aulan with a tour of a quirky listed historical monument.
Neighbouring villages: Sault (7 km), Revest du Bion (9 km), Saint Christol (9 km), Aurel (6 km),
Astronomical observatory at Lagarde d’Apt.
Discover also in the heart of the Ventoux Natural Park, the Château Pesquié, which offers free tastings from Monday to Saturday, from 10am to 12pm and from 2pm to 6pm, with free entrance. Benefiting from an amazing microclimate between the mountains and Provence, the wines of this vineyard are marked by a beautiful balance and a great finesse characteristic of this exceptional terroir.
Getting moving in Saint-Trinit
Horse-back treks, hiking, hang-gliding, rock climbing, golf course, pétanque, tree-top trails, mountain biking, and more.
Food & drink
- Apt candied fruits
- Lavender-infused honey
- Provencal olive oil and herbs
- Cavaillon melon
- Ventoux muscat grapes
- Wines from the Vaucluse vineyards
- Carpentras berlingots
Commune de Saint-Trinit
Parc régional du Mont Ventoux