The Luberon is a massif of the Pre-Alps situated in Provence, straddling the departments of the Vaucluse and the Alpes de Haute Provence, 70km north of Marseille. Since 1977, the mountain range is located in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of the Luberon. The Luberon has become a spot emblematic of Haute Provence. Thanks to the many hilltop villages, chateaus, historic monuments and festivals, it attracts many tourists in quest of natural sites and cultural events.
Venice of the Comtat and European antiques capital
A hilltop village in the Luberon where the living is good
The smallest villages in the Vaucluse, in the heart of the Luberon.
Hilltop village with a medieval air and magnificent views
Cucuron is a tiny village in the Luberon Regional Nature Park located 26 kilometres from Apt and 37 kilometres from Aix-en-Provence.
Old village with timeless charm in the southern Luberon.
A village of artists at the foot of the Luberon
The whole Luberon in one word: Maubec
An ideal destination for a Sunday walk.
Tiny, typical village with authentic character
One of the gems of the Luberon
One of the most beautiful villages in France
The heart and capital of the Luberon
and chapels galore
A small village with a quite singular past – and present
La Tour d'Aigues holds its summer festival at the Château
A sentinel village facing the Luberon
Situated on the sublime Ochre Chain in the heart of the Luberon Regional Nature Park in the Vaucluse, the commune of Gargas is 44 kilometres from Avignon and only 4 kilometres from Apt.
A dense and diverse heritage
A hilltop village on the edge of the Petit Luberon
A secret village in the heart of the Luberon
Situated on a hillside in the Monts de Vaucluse across from the Luberon mountain range, Cabrières d'Avignon is a peaceful little town located 27 kilometres from Avignon.
Village of the Luberon bold colours
Robion is a quaint old village in the Vaucluse, situated between Cavaillon and Coustellet, just 26 km from Avignon.
One of the most beautiful hilltop villages of the Luberon
A sweet fragrance of yesteryear
Here, just passing through is not enough. It is truly worth a visit