Tourism in Lagarde-d’Apt

In the heart of the Vaucluse, the small village of Lagarde-d’Apt seduces by its picturesque charm. By choosing to take the secondary roads that will lead you to this charming village, you will revitalize yourself away from the mad pace of the city.

In this Vaucluse village, nature is always present. You can go hiking or cycling on the paths and trails of the Luberon. in the Vaucluse, outdoor activities are varied: horse riding, golf, climbing, tree climbing, paragliding…

From the Mediterranean coast to the upland grasslands of the Southern French Alps, the diversity of terroirs in southeastern France has given rise to many local specialties.

You can visit the local producers and buy their products directly from the farm. You can also discover the gastronomy of the Luberon by going to the many markets that take place in the area.

The heritage of the Luberon promises you beautiful visits. In a small village, a recently restored church. In the surroundings, a Renaissance castle surrounded by its gardens.

To find out more, you can contact the Tourist Office.

Are you looking for accommodation in the Vaucluse? southeastern France lends itself particularly well to camping. There are also bed and breakfasts and hotels with authentic charm. Discover quality accommodation.

Lagarde-d’Apt: the Luberon between the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea

Between the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and the Vaucluse, the Luberon seduces thanks to its variety of landscapes, with several facets composed by the Durance valley in the south, and the Calavon valley in the north. Walking through the Park, you can observe a rich fauna of 270 different species of vertebrates. Ornithology enthusiasts can spot the Jean-le-Blanc circaet, Bonelli’s eagle or the Egyptian vulture. The nature side of the Luberon can also be discovered by following the Voie Verte du Calavon. From Robion to Castellet, this 37-kilometre cycle path passes through the heart of beautiful natural sites. Don’t miss Ansouis, Gordes, Lourmarin, Roussillon and Ménerbes, all of which are among the most beautiful villages in France.

Vaucluse Museums

The Museums in the Vaucluse department contribute to the cultural influence of this destination. We can mention the Francesco Petrarch Museum in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, the Mont-de-piété museum in Avignon, the Château Turcan in Ansouis, the Lavender museum in Cabrières-d’Avignon, the Musée de l’Œuvre in Avignon, the extraordinary museum of Gerges Mazoyer in Ansouis, the Hôtel d’Agar in Cavaillon…