Located 30 km from Camping Verbéla Village, the Fontaine-de-Vaucluse is one of the most visited sites in the Vaucluse and even more so during the summer months.
This spring of the Sorgue River, which gushes out of a 230 m high cliff, usually attracts a lot of people because of its colour and its flow. You can therefore bask at the edge of this gigantic fountain with its emerald green waters.
You can also stop off at the library museum dedicated to François Petrarque to discover his Italian literature. Many famous people such as the King of Naples, Philippe de Cabassole, Julien de la Rovère and Hippolite de Médicis have landed at the Fontaine de Vaucluse in order to understand the exact origin of the fountain.
In recent years, this tourist town has been surrounded by various museums, such as the Santon Ecomuseum, the Museum of the Call to Freedom, also known as the Museum of the Resistance, and the Vallis Clausa Ecomuseum on the paper mills.
Discover this small sunny village where the fountain resounds and which is ideal for a Sunday stroll with the family to recharge your batteries on the terrace of a restaurant or to taste an ice cream to reach the source of the Sorgue.