When entering the Pays d'Apt, come and stroll in the smallest village of Vaucluse, Saint Pantaléon!
Its 78 hectares have nothing to envy to the most extensive villages. Occupied since the Neolithic, as evidenced by the rock necropolis and its graves dug into stone, the town is a small treasure of dry stones. Well camped in the Regional Natural Park of Luberon, San Pantali, in Provençal, bears the name of a Catholic martyr, patron of doctors. It is therefore advised to visit the Romanesque church dating from the 11th century and the votive chapel dedicated to the plague epidemic that ravaged Provence in 1720! Installed on a pinnacle, it was formerly composed of two churches. This original configuration is worthy of being classified as a historical monument since 1907.
Do not miss it!
While strolling in this small typical village, warmed by the Provençal sun, passing by, you will also admire the mill of the Badelle, which has retained its wings. We told you, the little Saint Pantaleon has all the heritage of a great village!