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Les Angles is a dynamic town due to its exceptional location on a plateau dominating the Rhone and overlooking Avignon. With its sights set on the future, Les Angles is booming and offers inhabitants and visitors all the assets of a modern town steeped in culture and history. The picturesque and perfectly restored old village, which offers superb views, has inspired many an artist and still houses artists, sculptors and craftsmen.
Notre-Dame de l'Assomption: 15th century with its high tower and remains of earlier fortifications.
La Tour des Mascs: built in 1291 by order of Philip the Fair, first a windmill and then a prison for witches (masco in Provençal). Viewing table with a panoramic view from the Ventoux to the Alpilles, including the Montagnette and TGV bridge.
Dominated by its bell tower, the former town hall is opposite the monument to Armand de Pontmartin, writer and former mayor.
Old communal village oven, still used for village celebrations.
Valadas gateway: remains of the Romanesque wall rebuilt in the 16th century.
Communal wash house built in 1840.
Two routes to explore: the Path of Artists, punctuated with in situ works, and the Path of Plants, presenting the evolution of Mediterranean vegetation.