Vaison-la-Romaine - with its Roman ruins (the biggest archaeological site in France, work which was begun in 1907 by Abbé Sautel), and its churches of Saint-Quénin and Notre Dame de Nazareth. See also its romantic medieval town perched high on the rocks overlooking its modern sister, full of bustling cafés, chic boutiques and small shops selling local handicraft and mouth-watering regional agricultural products. The surrounding countryside In immediate proximity to Vaison are many provençal villages all with their traditions of famous wines, potters and artisan"s workshops.