Orange's monumental Roman theatre is unquestionably one of France's most impressive Roman sights. It's one of only three intact Roman...
Théâtre Antique Entrance
Enter the Théâtre Antique through the portals on the western edge.
Musée d’Art et d'Histoire
This small museum contains various finds relating to the theatre's history, including plaques and friezes that once formed part of the...
Les Saveurs du Marché
The clue's in the name: market flavours underpin the menu here, from delicious homemade tapenades made with locally grown olives, to...
Colline St-Eutrope information
For bird's-eye views of the theatre – and phenomenal vistas of Mont Ventoux and the Dentelles de Montmirail – follow montée Philbert de Chalons or montée Lambert up Colline St-Eutrope (St Eutrope Hill; elevation 97m), once the Romans' lookout point. En route, pass ruins of a 12th-century château , once the residence of the princes of Orange.