Saint Paulet de Caisson is situated at the crossing of several
geographic regions: the lower Vivarais (Ardèche), Dauphiné (Drôme),
the Cévennes (le Gard), Provence (Vaucluse), and Languedoc. Many
walking trails in the forest, especially the GR4 and the 3.5 km-long
botanical path, give you the chance to enrich your knowledge of the
The Carthusian Monastery of Valbonne, built in the middle of the forest, hosts
many significant artistic events during the summer.
||grocery, bakery, post office, medical services, hair stylist,
florist, crafts, butcher shop, delicatessen.
Self-catering cottages and guest houses, hôtels, and campgrounds are there
to welcome those who wish to spend their vacations in this haven of peace and
||The Carthusian Monastery of Valbonne, the chapel of St. Agnès.
||Saint Paulet de Caisson, a former mining village, has
taken on an agricultural and cultural indentity at the end of the 20th
||wine, asparagus, fruit trees.
You can taste the local produce, the local wines, and the great vintage "crus."