Located in the Cèze Valley, with direct southern exposure, the district
stretches out over many hills, from the Cèze to the national forest
of Valbonne, where you can find the Maison Forestière. The forest
of Valbonne offers hikers two trails (GR 42 and PR 15), and the Cèze
River is an ideal place for bathing.
||one café, one bakery, self-catering cottages, and two
||The Romano-Byzantine church, enlarged in 1770.
The wash-house dating from 1635.
The ruins of a former rampart in the southeastern part of the village.
||Agriculture is present in various forms; you can find Côtes-du-Rhône
wines and single grape variety wines, as well as beekeepers and mixed farming
(cherries, olives, asparagus).