Offers a range of excellent guided walking tours covering the town's history, architecture and papal buildings. It can also book tickets for boat trips on the Rhône and wine-tasting trips to nearby vineyards.
Excellent website, guided tours in English, helpful staff and an adjoining boutique of local culinary products, like berlingots, honey and AOC Ventoux wine.
Has loads of advice on wine tasting and visiting local vineyards, including ones that offer English-language tours. It can also make appointments for you.
In the centre of the old town, next to the Collegiale. Has leaflets on local bike rides and runs a separate cycling website (www.velo-provence.com).
This excellent tourist office can help organise cellar visits and has lots of information on walking in the Dentelles.
Marked on maps as Hôpital Sud, 2.5km south of the central train station – take bus 2, 6 or 14.
Small village office with info on Mont Ventoux, but otherwise rather limited on other areas.
Excellent source of information on all regional activities; also helps with lodging.
Helps book rooms and organise activities, and sells concert and event tickets.
During summer, Avignon has an information booth at the Avignon TGV station.