The Luberon Regional Nature Park
The Luberon Regional Natural Park is defined by its remarkable natural areas. Between cultivated areas and forests, valleys and mountains, the Park offers many faces. As you walk through the Park, you can admire a rich fauna of 270 species of vertebrates that live in dry or wet areas, on land, in caves or in the midst of clouds. With a bit of luck, you will be able to see rare birds of prey such as the Egyptian vulture, or small birds such as the spotted woodpecker or the spring wagtail. The Luberon can also be explored on a bike. From Beaumettes, set off on the roads and paths of the Park, discovering landscapes of great beauty. The Luberon is also famous for its many perched villages, many of which can be visited near Beaumettes.
The Museums in the Vaucluse department
During your stay, you will be able to multiply the cultural activities. Indeed, the department is home to many museums. What to see? What to do? You can visit museums with classical or more unusual collections, such as the extraordinary museum of Gerges Mazoyer d’ Ansouis, the wine museum of Ansouis, the museum of the School of the past in L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, the museum of the underground world in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, the mechanical music mill of Mormoiron, the ecomuseum of the bird calls in Saint-Didier.