The Luberon Regional Natural Park
Situated in the departments of Vaucluse and Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the Luberon Regional Nature Park offers a mosaic of landscapes, between forests and vineyards, characterful villages and isolated farms, plateaux, valleys and hills… As you walk through the Park, you can admire a rich fauna of 270 different species of vertebrates. For example, you can observe the Jean-le-Blanc circaète, the Egyptian vulture, the kestrel and Bonelli’s eagle. The Luberon can also be discovered by bike. From Reillanne, you can set off on the paths of the Park, to discover the famous territory. The perched villages, 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.
A remarkable rural heritage
In the department of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, you will be able to go and meet these men and women who, over the generations, have enhanced the fields of this territory between the Mediterranean and the Alps. You can learn about this heritage in the Var departmentious museums. During your visits, discover the museum of the Vauban Forts of the Haut Verdon in Colmars, the museum of the Resistance in Castellane, the house of Jean Giono in Manosque, the museum of religious art in Digne-les-Bains, the Museum of Earthenware in Moustier-Sainte-Marie…