The heritage of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence
In the department of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, you will meet men and women who, from generation to generation, shape the soil of this territory of great diversity. Museums promote this heritage. In particular, you can visit the Earthenware Museum in Moustier-Sainte-Marie, the Maison du Bois in Méolans-Revel, the Maison-Musée des Forts Vauban du Haut Verdon in Colmars, the ecomuseum of the Tailor’s Workshop in Seyne-les-Alpes, the Baden-Powell Scout Museum in Sisteron, the Chestnut Museum in Braux…
Lurs : the Luberon in the nature
Between the departments of Vaucluse and Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the seductive Luberon is renowned for its diversity of landscapes, between the Pays d’Apt, Pays de Forcalquier, Montagne de Lure, Calavon valley, Vaucluse mountains, Durance valley… Walking through the Park, you will be able to meet a little less than 300 different species of vertebrates. Ornithology enthusiasts can spot rare birds of prey, or more discreet birds such as the elegant goldfinch or the unusual oak jay. The Luberon can also be explored by bike. From Lurs, take the paths and roads of the Regional Natural Park, to discover the preserved territory. The hilltop villages of the Luberon, in the Calavon valley, in the Durance valley or on the slopes of the Petit and Grand Luberon, also contribute to the charm of the area.