10 km from Bollènevia the D994, D26 and D71 roads.
It is said that the tradition of lily of the valley being used as a lucky charm was invented in the 16th century at Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux.
Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux was once a fortified town and some fine remains of the defensive walls stand to this day, including a 14th century gateway.
These days this large Provencal market town located in a plain of vineyards is known for its imposing cathedral, a magnificent example of Romanesque art.
This harmonious, elegant yet understated building stands in the heart of the historic quarter, where it is most pleasant to stroll the peaceful cobbled streets.
As you walk along, you can admire here and there the Renaissance façades, old store signs faded by time, a few stretches of old stone walls, and roofed fountains.
To end your visit, why not make a stop at the Maison de la Truffe to enjoy some truffles ?
What to see
Cathedral (12th century historical monument, 13th century frescoes and mosaics, 17th century former high altar and organ case).
Protohistoric rock engraving (solar symbol).
Many Roman remains.
Former Hôtel de Castellane (façade and chamber of justice, 17th-18th century).
Maison de la Truffe et du Tricastin.
Hiking, mountain biking and cycle touring.
Climbing, nautical sports, quad, golf.
Tourist trails and Wine trail.
Cave-dwellers' village at Barry.