Villas for rent in Taradeau
Holiday Villa Rentals in and Around Taradeau
Located along the important Roman road 'Via Aurelia', Taradeau was a prosperous village in the Gallo-Roman times. Traces of this past can still be seen in the remains of the Oppidum, the Roman Chapel of Saint Martin, and the Taradel Tower, all located in a dominant position overlooking the village. From Taradeau, you can also visit the picturesque fortified medieval town of Lorgues and the surrounding countryside adorned with olive groves, lavender fields, and vineyards. This beautiful region is famous for its wines produced by such well-known domaines as Domaines Ott, Chateau Roubine, Chateau de Berne, and Chateau les Crostes. The artificial Lac de Sainte-Croix lake and the Gorges du Verdon, a 25-kilometre long river canyon with turquoise water and breathtaking sceneries, are about 55 km away and perfect for numerous activities such as sunbathing, swimming, hiking, climbing, fishing, canoeing, rafting, and paragliding.