mountain in southern France

Mont Ventoux is a mountain in Vaucluse, southern France.

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Map of Mont Ventoux

Mount Ventoux covers 5 towns:

  • 1 Bédoin.
  • 2 Malaucène.
  • 3 Beaumont-du-Ventoux.
  • 4 Sault.
  • 5 Flassan.

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  • The Mont Ventoux is a small mountain (1 912 meters high) between Massif des Baronnies and Monts du Vaucluse area. Places nearby produce excellent wine (such as the muscat of Beaumes-de-Venise). It is mostly famous for its ascension on bicycle during the famous bike race, the Tour de France, and one of the mythical places on the Tour. Many hiking trails (GR4 and GR9) pass through or nearby, making it a hiker's paradise.
  • 1 Sainte-Croix Chapel. Highest chapel of Vaucluse, nearby the summit
  • 2 Tom Simpson memorial.
  • 3 Source du Groseau. source of the river Groseau, fresh drinking water available all year long, picnic area

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