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Cavaillon is in Vaucluse, France.

Melons saling in Cavaillon market, in 1905

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A former episcopal seat, located in the Durance valley, within the Luberon Natural Regional Park, the town is today considered the capital of the melon.

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Cavaillon is accessible from Avignon-Caumont Airport, serviced by low-cost airlines. The next closest airport is Marseille.

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Several bus lines connect Cavaillon with the other towns of the department

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  • 1 Saint Jacques chapel. On the top of Saint Jacques Mount, near town centre. Ermitage Saint Jacques (Q22919116) on Wikidata
The Star of Cavaillon
  • 2 The Star of Cavaillon (Etoile de Cavaillon), Place Léon Gambetta. A bronze star in the middle of a fountain.
  • 3 Roman arc. Arch of Cavaillon (Q2859848) on Wikidata
  • 4 Notre-Dame-et-Saint-Véran cathedral. Cavaillon Cathedral (Q2942279) on Wikidata Cavaillon Cathedral on Wikipedia
  • 5 Notre-Dame des Vignères chapel. (Q22919114) on Wikidata

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