Reillanne, village of Vaucluse



Local area


Villages of Luberon



Reillanne, Vaucluse’s village

A perched village, still dominated by one of the towers of the ancient castle, as well as by the chapel of Saint-Denis, rebuilt in 1858. From the middle-ages, there still remain parts of the ramparts and some fortified gateways dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries. Not to be missed: the church of l’Assomption (Lombard gothic in style), the chapel of Saint-Denis (dating from the 18th century). Reillanne still retains many traces from its Roman past: Gallo-roman inscriptions and engravings, a roman road and in particular the superb collective sepulchre of Carluc.

About Chênes Blancs | Other campsites to discover | Our partners | Site map