This village, situated at the foot of a hill, is typically Provençal. The beautiful houses in the alleys are decorated with climbing roses. In the month of June, in full bloom, the colors are magnificent. From the Séguret square, one can notice the peaks of the lace of Montmirail located opposite. A little path in the village leads to the ruins of the castle.

Placed above the side of the hill, dominated by the tower of the medieval castle, the Cevennes horizon at sunset, the village of Séguret is, well planted, dominates the vine-covered plain.
Inhabited since prehistoric times, the Séguret site is part of Voconce land widely marked in Gallo-Roman times. Then the village was built during the Middle Ages Summit (tenth twelfth century), has a history closely linked to that of Venaissin County, Ecclesiastical State until the Revolution.
It is now under the rule of the Pope, sometimes as Count of Toulouse, who owned the vineyards in the twelfth century. Séguret was confirmed to France with the department of Vaucluse in 1793.
The medieval character of Séguret, with its cobbled streets, charms the visitor who admires the pages of history evoked at every step.
From the vantage point, a wide view is offered to visitors.
The less enthusiastic tourist can walk along a path to the ruins of the castle, where one discovers an extraordinary panorama.

The Reynier door (north).
The bell tower of the seventeenth century with its unique needle.
The beautiful Saint-Denis church from the tenth century.
The beautiful little chapel of Our Lady of Graces seventeenth century.
The narrow street of Poternes, lined with old houses.
The fountain of Mascarrons (classified historical monument).
The wings of wood nailed to the door of the Huguenots (south).
Place of hoops (1714) in the shade of the plane trees planted in 1860.
In summer, the St. Thecla chapel regularly hosts art exhibitions.

Regular painting exhibitions, sculpture from April to October in St. Thecla Chapel.
The 3rd weekend of July: votive festival.
The 3rd Sunday of December: Day of Traditions.
The Christmas Eve: performance of the mystery: “Li Bergie of Seguret” (Birth of Christ), traditional midnight mass.
December-January: Exhibition of figurines at St. Thecla chapel.
In August: Hue wine festival.

The wine route.
The Dentelles.
Le Mont Ventoux.
The hikes.
The circuits bike path or VTC.
The riding schools.
The Spa of Malaucene and Montbrun-les-Bains.
Centers of discounts such as to Vaison-la-Romaine or home.
Aquatic areas of Nyons and Vinsobres.
The adventure in the trees in Vaison-la-Romaine and Mormoiron.
Evening astronomy at Vaison-la-Romaine.
The Naturoptère in Sérignan-du-Comtat.
The Enchanted Forest in Venasque.
The art galleries around Vaison-la-Romaine.
The cathedral of Vaison-la-Romaine and its cloister.
The guided tour of Entrechaux castle.
The ancient sites of Vaison-la-Romaine.
The Theatre of Orange.
Salty flavors: truffles, olives, saffron….
Sweet flavors: jams, nougat, chocolate, cookies, honey…