This attractive and lively town is a major haunt for antique hunters at weekends – there is an excellent market on Sunday mornings. It lies on the river Sorgue which once powered 70 watermills that processed grain and oil. Today, nine idle wheels remain. The town’s 17th-century Notre-Dame-Des-Anges is ornate inside. The tourist office is an 18th-century granary, and the hospital, also 18th-century, has a collection of Moustiers pottery jars in its pharmacy.