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La Tour-d'Aigues tourism and travel guide

Photo of La Tour-d'Aigues in Vaucluse

Photo is of Pertuis at 5 km from La Tour-d'Aigues

Visit La Tour-d'Aigues: highlights and tourist information

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La Tour-d'Aigues is situated in the Vaucluse department and Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region.

Popular places to visit nearby include Pertuis at 5 km and Extraordinary Museum of Georges Mazoyer at 7 km. For more sites to visit and local tourist attractions see the map and listings below.

La Tour-d'Aigues, France: places to visit and attractions

Some of the places that we have visited and reviewed and can recommend when you are sightseeing close to La Tour-d'Aigues in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur.

Note that all distances below are 'direct' and real driving distances will be greater!



at 5 km (direction west-south-west)

Pertuis is a small Provencal town to the south...

See Pertuis guide
Extraordinary Museum of Georges Mazoyer

Extraordinary Museum of Georges Mazoyer

Museum at 7 km (direction west)

Museum featuring an eclectic collection of objects discovered in the...

See Extraordinary Museum of Georges Mazoyer guide


Most Beautiful Village at 7 km (direction west)

The quaint medieval centre, the castle and the views...

See Ansouis guide


at 10 km (direction west-north-west)

Enter Cucuron through one of its medieval gateways to discover...

See Cucuron guide


at 14 km (direction west)

Cadenet is a small town in the south of...

See Cadenet guide


Most Beautiful Village at 15 km (direction west-north-west)

Lourmarin is one of the most important scenic villages in...

See Lourmarin guide
Chateau de Lourmarin

Chateau de Lourmarin

Castle at 16 km (direction west-north-west)

The Chateau de Lourmarin is a castle on the...

See Chateau de Lourmarin guide


at 21 km (direction north-west)

Less touristy than many Provence towns, the highlight in...

See Apt guide


at 22 km (direction west-north-west)

Less visited than some of the Luberon villages, the upper town in...

See Bonnieux guide


at 22 km (direction east-north-east), in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department

Ensure that your trip to the bustling town of Manosque...

See Manosque guide
Gorges d'Oppedette

Gorges d'Oppedette

Scenery at 23 km (direction east-north-east), in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department

The Gorges d'Oppedette are picturesque gorges in provence, accessible by several hiking...

See Gorges d'Oppedette guide


at 24 km (direction east-north-east), in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department

After a stroll around the historic village of Oppedette you can visit...

See Oppedette guide


at 24 km (direction south-south-west), in the Bouches-du-Rhone department

The vibrant town of Aix-en-Provence is a traditional Provence...

See Aix-en-Provence guide


at 25 km (direction west-north-west)

The small village of Lacoste, one of the most...

See Lacoste guide

... or see ALL recommended places to visit in Vaucluse

Map of places to visit near La Tour-d'Aigues


Markets in and near La Tour-d'Aigues

Market days in La Tour-d'Aigues: weekly market: Tuesday;

  • La Tour-d'Aigues: market Tuesday (0km)
  • Saint-Martin-de-la-Brasque: market Sunday (5km)
  • Pertuis: market Friday (5km)
  • Jouques: market Sunday (12km)
  • Cadenet: market Monday (14km)
  • Lourmarin: market Friday (15km)
  • Apt: market Saturday (21km)
  • Manosque: market Saturday (23km)
  • Aix-en-Provence: market every day except Sunday (23km)
  • Lambesc: market Friday (24km)

More information about La Tour-d'Aigues, Provence

Tourist attractions near La Tour-d'Aigues, France

What to do at La Tour-d'Aigues? Some places with official tourist classifications and other places of interest to visit nearby that should provide inspiration if you are visiting La Tour-d'Aigues.

Grand sites of France

  • Montagne Sainte-Victoire (22km)

Most beautiful villages in France

(see also beautiful French villages)

Recommended detour towns (fr: plus beau détour)

Regional Natural Parcs

Churches and religious monuments

  • Abbaye de Silvacane (La Roque-d'Antheron) (19km)
  • Abbaye de Sénanque (Gordes) (35km)
  • Prieuré Notre Dame (Ganagobie) (42km)
  • Collégiale Notre Dame des Anges (Sorgues) (43km)

Remarkable gardens

  • Jardin du château de Val Joanis (5km)
  • Jardin à la française du Pavillon de Galon (10km)
  • Jardin de la Louve (22km)
  • Jardin d'Eguilles (23km)
  • Jardins du château de Sauvan (30km)
  • Jardins du prieuré de Salagon (30km)
  • Jardin d'Albertas (32km)
  • Clos de Villeneuve (37km)
  • Jarditrain (47km)
  • Jardin d’Elie Alexis (55km)

Protected historical centre (fr: secteur sauvegardé)

(see also historical French towns)

Sites of natural beauty

  • Verdon (rivière) (16km)
  • Embouchure - Verdon (16km)
  • Colorado Provencal (23km)
  • Gorges de Régalon (28km)
  • Barrage de Gréoux (31km)
  • Lac d'Esparron (34km)
  • Lac de Quinson (40km)
  • Gorges de la Nesque (40km)
  • Massif de la Sainte-Baume (48km)

Towns of Art and history

Villages in bloom 4* (fr: ville fleurie)

Zoo and/or wildlife park

  • Zoo de La Barben (30km)

Geography and distances

La Tour-d'Aigues is in the south-east of France at 64 kilometres from Avignon, the department capital (general information: La Tour-d'Aigues is 621 kilometres from Paris).

Geographical Information

Commune: La Tour-d'Aigues

Canton: Pertuis

Arrondissement: Apt

Department: Vaucluse

Region: Provence

Postcode: 84240

Distance to La Tour-d'Aigues

from Avignon (prefecture): 64 km

from Paris: 621 km

from Calais: 850 km

from Nice: 138 km

from Bordeaux: 503 km

from Strasbourg: 566 km

Getting here

Most visitors fly into Nice or Marseille airport. Driving is also possible - coming by car to the region takes about 10 hours from the cross-channel ferry ports. For driving distances to La Tour-d'Aigues from anywhere in France see driving distances and route planner.

We have 6 other places listed as being close (less than kilometres from ): Grambois, La Bastidonne, La Motte-d'Aigues, Pertuis, Saint-Martin-de-la-Brasque and Sannes.

This page in French: Visiter La Tour-d'Aigues

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