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Roussillon is a tiny town based in the green Vaucluse department of France’s southeastern Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur region. This charming haven gives a true taste of rural life in Provence, being surrounded by sweeping vineyards and cherry orchards. The old-world buildings, grouped on a tree-studded hill, are washed pink-red, reflecting the large ochre deposits discovered in the nearby quarries. Spend lazy days unwinding at the classic cafés, or take a wild adventure through the adjoining Regional Park of Luberon.

Things to see

Before you set out to explore the natural wonders that await in Roussillon’s surrounding countryside, spend the bright blue-sky morning seeing the town’s top sights. Start at the towering 19th century clock-tower, an orange-tinted stone structure that spears the village skyline with its gorgeous wrought-iron belfry - known as a campanile. After, pop along to the Conservatory of Ochres and Colour, an intriguing and informative museum based in an old ochre-processing factory. This fun and fascinating museum tells the story of Roussillon and the region’s ochre industry, how it was quarried, and its importance to the area’s history. There are also kid-friendly workshops and activities, where they can paint, play, and learn. After, head out and see the ochre itself at the Giant’s Causeway, a natural stretch of spiky deep-orange ochre cliffs that wind by the village. Either take a relaxed 30 minute stroll, or turn it into an invigorating day-hike through the pines, red sands, and rocky paths of Luberon.

Hotels in Roussillon

If you’re looking for a slice of Provence heaven that won’t break the bank, stay in one of the affordable 3-star hotels in Roussillon. Here you’ll enjoy spacious air-conditioned rooms - designed in rustic decor - complete with free WiFi. You can also unwind at the in-house restaurants - which cook-up mouthwatering regional dishes - and talk to the multilingual staff about local hotspots and tour assistance. For a lavishly luxurious getaway, stay in a 5-star Roussillon hotel, where you can swim in pristine outdoor pools, walk through enormous lavender-flecked gardens, and enjoy a glass of wine in the soothing spa tubs.

Where to stay

Stay in central Roussillon to really soak up the sleepy village-style vibe and picture-perfect setting. Amble around the narrow, meandering medieval streets, and splurge in the local art galleries and independent boutiques - don’t forget to sample some candied cherries, a local favourite. Many enjoy dining in the central town square - in summer, the sunset illuminates the pink-red buildings, making them blaze and glow. If you’re after a countryside Provence experience, there’s plenty of perfect spots surrounding Roussillon’s town centre. There are a few campsites, too, ideal for families and nature-lovers.

How to get to Roussillon

Most folks will want to fly to Marseille-Provence Airport, a buzzing hub of European aviation that serves year-round flights from top destinations, like London, Amsterdam, and Barcelona. From the airport, you can hire a car, and drive the 85 kilometres north to Roussillon - this should take around 1 hour 15 minutes. Alternatively, take a train from Marseille-St-Charles station to Avignon, and catch a bus or take a taxi from there. Once you arrive, you’ll want to see the town on foot, and the nearby towns can be explored by rental bike or by car.