Dominated by its castle perched on a rocky spur, Entrechaux is at the confluence of the Ouvèze and Toulourenc rivers,
at the foot of the Ventoux. The village's history is revealed
through its grottos, some of the tools, fishing instruments and flint weapons found here being over 80 000 years old!
What to see, what to visit: the ruins of its 11th century feudal castle; the ancient parochial church of Saint-Laurent (12th century).
Recommended activities: walking, horse riding, river fishing, rock climbing...