The Barbentane house
The Barbentane house



Barbentane is a pretty village, with a medieval town. Barbentane is full of history and is close to Avignon, the Montagnette and the Alpilles.


The monuments and places to visit in Barbentane are

The Hôtel de Ville, a 17th century monument, called Hôtel des Barons de Chabert; it has been the seat of the Town Hall since 1888.

The Porte Calendrale, built in 1302, which was the entrance to the northern ramparts of Barbentane.

The Séquier gate, which is the southern exit of the medieval ramparts.

The Place de l'Eglise, in the heart of the medieval town, a Romanesque building.

the seigneurial house of Guillaume de Barbentane, direct ancestor of the Marquis of Barbentane, also called the house of the knights, built in 1133.

The Bretoule Mill, which operated until 1845.

The Anglica Tower, built under the orders of Bishop Anglic de Grimoard in 1365, the brother of Pope Urban V of Avignon

The Montagnette, a magnificent forest with a surface area of 6000 hectares, 1350 of which are in the commune of Barbentane, with its paths lined with Roman slabs.

The good restaurants of Barbentane.


The Mediterranean and the Camargue are 45 minutes away, as are the Pont du Gard and Uzès. You can easily visit the Luberon with the beautiful villages of Gordes, Lourmarin, Roussillon, Isle sur la Sorgue. Aix-en-Provence, Arles, Avignon, Marseille, Nîmes, are interesting cities to visit.