Saint Eutrope Hill

The Roman Theatre rests its seats against this hill. It dominates not only the city but also the Rhone Valley and the countryside leading east to Mont Ventoux, and offers visitors an outstanding panorama.

In its public park, you will find remains dating back through Orange’s past, including those of the Princes of Nassau’s château (in its time considered one of the most beautiful forts in Europe).
Queen Juliana of the Netherlands planted an oak here on the 29th July 1952 during a visit.

Opening

All year round.

Home (Languages)
Spoken languages: 
French
Visit
visitable: 
Yes
benefit
Services: 
Pets welcome
activities: 
Health trail
Amenities: 
Play area
Picnic area
Bar
Car park
Orientation board
Garden