The holiday home is 6 km from Caromb.
You can easily recognize Caromb from afar thanks to its Gothic Saint-Maurice church, with its beautiful 'rosette' window on the facade. Take a peek inside the Provençal organ case from 1701! The tomb of Etienne de Vesc, a 15th century aristocrat, was then located in the 'Chapelle Seignuriale'. As you walk through this authentic little town, you will see many remains of the old walls, the belfry and a few fountains, including the fountain of the 14th century castle.
Most shops are closed in Caromb on Mondays. The morning market takes place every Tuesday morning. On Fridays, in the Cave Caromb car park, you can go to the Poissonerie Sud Marée (departing from Monteux) for very fresh fish. Be sure to take the time to see how olive oil is made at the Moulin du Comtat after a long stroll through the olive groves of Caromb. You can buy spicy or fruity oil.
The Vignerons de Saint Marc – Canteperdrix are two hundred and nineteen winegrowers, men and women spread over eighteen municipalities in the Vaucluse:
Aubignan, Blauvac, Le Barroux, Crillon-le-Brave, Caromb, Carpentras, Loriol-du-Comtat, Malaucène, Malemort-du-Comtat, Mazan, Méthamis, Modena, Mormoiron, Pernes-les-Fontaines, Saint-Hippolyte-le -Graveyron, Saint-Pierre-de-Vassols, Venasque and Villes-sur-Auzon.
Choose between the different ranges of wine in bottles, bibs or pouches, beers from the Brasserie Artisanale du Mont Ventoux or Pintegabi, craft beers from Mazan.
If you rent our holiday home, consult the website of the Mairie de Caromb where you can consult the events in the region.
On the weekend of July 21, there is a flea market and a fig party, with good food and drinks in the festive market. Caromb is known for the fig: 'Noire de Caromb'. At Pépinières Brusset, fig trees have been cultivated for over a 100 years on a 4-hectare estate. Plants in 2 to 3 liter containers up to 20 liter containers are sold there. All the info is on their site, maybe it's an original gift for those who stay at home?
Near Caromb and the holiday home:
Lac du Paty : a beautiful lake created in 1766, the second oldest in France. You can go for a walk in or by the water, for those who want to enjoy nature in peace. You can picnic with a view of the lake at one of the picnic tables. There is a small snackshop where you can buy something to eat and/or drink. In May, the city hosts the very festive games of Lac Paty. Not far from the lake, you can visit the llama farm.
Below are also a few restaurants, including the 6 à Table which excels with more refined dishes. Its menu changes every 14 days and there are takeaway meals.