Easy walk for all. You will find a typical Mediterranean plant life and protected plants and animals. Wear a good pair of walking shoes and carry water and a whistle (during the hunting season). Respect nature (remove your waste) and the silence. Do not build campfires and do not pick flowers or camp. It is strictly prohibited. Only follow the signposting mentioned in the description. Important: a prefectoral decree regulates access to the Vaucluse Mountains during the summer season. Ask for information before setting out, any person in a closed massif may be liable for a €750 fine and legal proceedings. Contact the Tourist Offices/Town Halls or Vaucluse Prefecture. Since 1 March 2012, a municipal decree has come into force concerning circulation and parking in the Dentelles de Montmirail massif in the municipality of Gigondas (article L2213-1 to L2213-6 General Code for Local Authorities) and the highway code article L411-1. Parking of all vehicles is strictly prohibited on both sides of the road on the D.F.C.I. track in the Dentelles de Montmirail Massif between the Cayron Pass (leading to the communal road No.18) and the hamlet of Montmirail (leading to the communal road No.12) via the Alsau Pass. Owing to the nature of this road (D.F.C.I. track) all motorised vehicle are also prohibited on the same portion. The indications above will be visible on the site thanks to the regulatory signs with the specific symbols and, if necessary, the appropriate security barriers..