The Luberon Regional Nature Park
The foundation of the Luberon Regional Natural Park in 1977 can be explained by the diverse landscapes it shelters. Between cultivated and wooded areas, valleys, hills and mountains, you can discover a wide variety of natural areas. During your hikes, you will be able to meet a little less than 300 species of vertebrates. Ornithology enthusiasts can observe the Jean-le-Blanc circaet, Bonelli’s eagle, the eagle owl and the Egyptian vulture. The Luberon can also be discovered by bike. From Villelaure, you can set off on the roads and paths of the Regional Natural Park, to discover the famous territory. Don’t miss Ansouis, Lourmarin, Gordes, Roussillon and Ménerbes, all of which are among the most beautiful villages in France.
The Museums in the Vaucluse department
The Museums in the Vaucluse department department host a wide variety of collections. You can visit the Hôtel d’Agar in Cavaillon, the Mont-de-piété museum in Avignon, the Avignon lapidary museum in Avignon, the Mémoire de la Nationale museum in Piolenc, the Angladon museum in Avignon…