Tourism in Beaumont-de-Pertuis

in the Vaucluse, the village of Beaumont-de-Pertuis nestles in the middle of typical Vaucluse landscapes.

With nearly 1000 inhabitants, Beaumont-de-Pertuis offers a peaceful pace of life, and the village of Beaumont-de-Pertuis is a true haven of peace.

In Beaumont-de-Pertuis, various nature activities await you. Numerous hiking trails have been developed in this unspoiled area of the Luberon. You will also have the opportunity to try your hand at many other activities in the Vaucluse. For example, you can opt for an excursion on horseback, or try your hand at rock-climbing in complete safety.

Benefiting from Mediterranean influences and a generous climate, the culinary tradition of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur is a tourist attraction in its own right. The local markets are a unique opportunity to take part in local life, while buying specialties that you will enjoy the same day, as an aperitif or for dinner.

The historical and cultural heritage of the Vaucluse offers exceptional tourist treasures: churches, chapels, old houses, castles or manor houses… You can prepare your stay by contacting the Tourist Office. You wish to stay in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur? Discover a selection of accommodations to spend your stay in the Vaucluse department: hotels, bed and breakfast, campsites…

Discovering the Luberon

Between the Vaucluse and the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the Luberon Regional Nature Park offers a wide variety of landscapes, natural areas, between vineyards and forests, perched villages and isolated sheepfolds, valleys, hills and valleys… As you walk through the Park, you may encounter more than 270 different species of vertebrates living in dry or wet areas, on land or high in the sky. During your walks, you will be able to observe, for example, Bonelli’s eagle, a very rare bird of prey. The Luberon can also be discovered by bike. From Beaumont-de-Pertuis, you can take the roads and paths of the Regional Natural Park, to discover the landscapes and terroirs that characterize it. The villages each have their own identity, and five of them have been awarded the label of the most beautiful villages in France: Ménerbes, Gordes, Roussillon and Lourmarin, Ansouis.

The Museums in the Vaucluse department

During your stay, you will be able to discover a large number of museums. There are several dozen in the department. What to do? You can visit classic or unusual museums, such as the Lavender museum in Cabrières-d’Avignon, the Petrarque museum in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, the model train museum in Saint-Didier, the cardboard and printing museum in Valréas, the pawn shop museum in Avignon…