Luberon in Provence

From forests to picturesque villages. It is also a home for artists from all over the world, some just stay for a while and other settle forever .

Above all things the Luberon is a massif with lush vegetation and exceptional fauna, it is a Regional Natural Park, to be discovered along itineraries and routes. It is also a land of wines and the homeland of “bories” (small typical house made of dry stones) .

Visiting the Luberon means stopping at Gordes, Lourmarin, Ansouis or Lacoste, it means staying speechless in front of the ochre cliffs in Roussillon or  the Colorado Provençal...


Luberon Coeur de Provence is a nature friendly destination, part of the Luberon Regional Natural Park which has just celebrated its 40th anniversary. With an area of 1850 km2 (714 miles2), the Luberon Regional Natural Park comprises 77 villages and towns (176,848 inhabitants) spread over two departments (Vaucluse and Alpes de Haute Provence) in the heart of the Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur region. It covers the Luberon mountains and part of the Monts de Vaucluse mountains.

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