Situated at the border of the Drôme, Entrechaux, is bounded by two rivers Ouvèze and Toulourenc , on the north side of East 10 Km from VaucluseVaison la Romaine Village .Ancient Celtic, then Roman, This is today a farming village: asparagus, cherries, melons, apricots and grapes.
The castle of Entrechaux is hung on a rocky outcrop 280 meters above sea level on the hills of the village. The castle, private property can be visited in summer. It is being restored ..
It consists of the "Little Castle" that belonged to the bishops of Vaison, and in the same city walls, with the same input, the "Great Castle" built then, further down, which leaves little things. The village developed in the plain around the main road running through it.
In the summer the banks of the Ouvèze and toulourenc are popular with bathers.
The ruins of its feudal castle of the XI Old Parish Church St Lawrence XII Chapels St Andrée (IX °), Chapel St Laurent (XI) Caves of the Mask (prehistory) Roman Bridge St Michel
Hiking hiking, tennis, équitationBaignade in the river, fishing, climbing, skiing on Mont Serein.
Hotels, Bed & Breakfast, cottages, furnished apartments, 3 campsites, restaurants.