Partage des Arts discovery tour

From June to September, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue becomes an open-air museum, with more than 40 sculptures on display throughout the town, from the banks of the Sorgue to the historic centre.

Office de Tourisme, 13 Place Ferdinand Buisson, 84800, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue

Tuesdays 11 & 25 June, 09 & 23 July, 06 & 20 August, 03 & 17 September 2024, 7.30pm to 9pm

Page updated on 31/05/2024

Visite estivale Partage des Arts

In 2024, the Festival Partage des Arts is taking over the heart of the town of L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue for an exceptional celebration of creativity and talent. More than 40 artists have answered the call to share their works in unusual locations, transforming the town into an open-air gallery. From June to September, you'll be able to discover some forty sculptures scattered around the town, from the quays to the river Sorgue, through the heart of the old town and even private spaces.

Discover these works of art in the open air and let the creativity that animates every corner of the town soak you in.

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A whole programme of visits!

This tour is part of the Destination Luberon Tourist Office summer tour programme. Throughout the summer, a series of other tours, accompanied by our guide-lecturers who are real experts on the region, are on offer to help you discover the hidden treasures and emblematic sites of the region. Each tour is designed to offer a unique and enriching experience, suitable for all ages and interests.

Visites estivales 2024

Calendar of summer visits

Some visits do not take place every week, so please pay attention to the dates indicated in the calendar.





Practical information on Partage des Arts discovery tour

Opening times and periods

Tuesdays 11 & 25 June, 09 & 23 July, 06 & 20 August, 03 & 17 September 2024, 7.30pm to 9pm


Adult: 8 €, Child: 5 €. Free entry for children < 10 years.