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Must-see wlaks and visits


Le colorado Provençal - Rustrel

Luberon Regional Nature Park - ancient trees and ochre landscapes

Admire the hundred-year-old trees as you stroll through the Forêt des Cèdres. Take your time to soak up the scents of the undergrowth for almost 10km. Then continue along the sentier des ocres to delight your irises with warm colors that have nothing to envy the palettes of the greatest painters.

Favorite: Climbing session at Buoux to admire the Luberon Regional Nature Park.


The Provencal Colorado at Rustrel

A geological curiosity that bears a striking resemblance to our favorite western landscapes in Utah.

Favorite: Le Chemin des Fées.


Le Mourre Nègre

The highest peak in the Luberon Massif, a massif that smells of Provence.


The Ochre Trail in Roussillon

Discover the Sentier des Ocres (Ochre Trail) from the village of Roussillon, with two 30-minute and 50-minute itineraries.


The cedar forest Bonnieux

The cedar forest is the most unusual of the Luberon massif's forests and green spaces, given the oriental origins of these tall trees. At an altitude of 727 meters, the cedar forest was originally planted with seeds from the Algerian Middle Atlas, starting in 1861.


The Dentelles de Montmirail

Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty to do in the Dentelles de Montmirail massif. Climbing, hiking and mountain biking are all on offer.


Mont Ventoux

From its height of 1910 meters, Mont Ventoux is truly the sentinel that dominates the Vaucluse.


Gorges de Véroncle Joucas

Discover the remains of the Véroncle mills through the gorges.


The abbey of Notre Dame de Sénanque in Gordes will amaze visitors with the energy it exudes, surrounded by its superb lavender fields.


A stone's throw away, don't miss the village of Les Bories in Gordes for an immersion in the Provence of yesteryear and discover the old shepherds' huts, a piece of our heritage.

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