A former episcopal seat, located in the Durance valley, within the Luberon Regional Nature Park, the city is today considered the capital of the melon, although much of the production originates today the Crau and the center of Vaucluse, and is only shipped from Cavaillon.
By planeCavaillon is accessible from Avignon - Caumont Airport, serviced by low-cost airlines. The other closest airports are those of Marseille Airport.
By busSeveral bus lines connect Cavaillon with the other cities of the department
- Ligne 7 (Avignon - Caumont-sur-Durance - Cavaillon)
- Ligne 8 (Pertuis - Cavaillon)
- Ligne 13.1 (Carpentras - Le Thor - L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue - Cavaillon)
- Ligne 13.2 (Sorgues - Le Thor - L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue - Cavaillon)
- Ligne 15.3 (Roussillon - Gordes - Cavaillon)
address: 1 Avenue Charles Péguy, 84 Cavaillonon trains ligne from Marseille to Salon-de-Provence - Cavaillon - Avignon
Saint Jacques chapelon the top f Saint Jacques mount, near city's center.
The Star of Cavaillonaddress: Place Léon GambettaA bronze star in the middle of a fountain.
Notre-Dame des Vignères chapel