The Luberon Regional Nature Park
The Luberon Regional Nature Park owes its popularity to its remarkable natural areas. Between vineyards, orchards and wooded areas, valleys and hills, the Park has a complex identity between Provence, the Mediterranean and the Alps. During your hikes, you will be able to observe more than 270 species of vertebrates. In particular, you can observe the Jean-le-Blanc circaète, Bonelli’s eagle or the Egyptian vulture. On the nature side, the Luberon can also be discovered by walking the Green Way of Calavon. From Robion to Castellet, this 37-kilometre-long cycle track has taken up the route of an old railway line. 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.
During your stay, you will be able to discover a large number of museums. The department has several dozen, including the Louis Vouland museum in Avignon, the museum of the Rabasse du Ventoux in Monieux, the museum of the underground world in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, the museum of the Petit Palais in Avignon, the Blachère Foundation in Apt….