Synagogue de Carpentras
Carpentras’ remarkable synagogue dates to 1367 and is the oldest still in use in France. Although Jews were initially welcomed into...
Hidden behind Cathédrale St-Siffrein, the Arc Romain was built under Augustus in the 1st century AD and is decorated with worn carvings...
Carpentras’ cathedral was built between 1405 and 1519 in meridional Gothic style but is crowned by a distinctive contemporary bell...
This hybrid art gallery–cocktail lounge is one of the hippest spaces in town – alongside its equally trendy neighbours, with whom it...
La Maison Jouvaud
From mountains of meringues to divine cakes, sweets, chocolates and candied fruits, this vintage cake shop and tearoom is the place to...
30 place de l'Horloge · interesting places nearby
La Galusha information
Venetian lamps and whimsical Arcimboldo paintings fill the romantic interior of this village town house, but it's the gorgeous flower-filled patio out the back where you'll find the best tables. For lunch there are 'gargantuan salads' (€14.50), while for dinner you'll tuck into hearty dishes like duck breast, scallops and veal à la provençale.