Nature, gastronomy, culture, with family or friends, the Luberon can be discovered from every angle! Set off to discover this incredible region, in the heart of its Regional Natural Park and its magnificent perched villages.
What makes this Region special
The Luberon is known worldwide for its beauty and authenticity.
A true jewel in the heart of Provence, with lush vegetation and exceptional fauna, its Regional Natural Park covers more than 180,000 hectares.
To visit the Luberon is to stroll along the stalls of the Provençal markets, to walk through the narrow streets of the magnificent perched villages such as Gordes or Lacoste, to hike in the Ochres de Roussillon, the Provençal Colorado or to discover the numerous galleries of artists who have put down their suitcases inspired by the beauty of the place...
Well Known Villages In the Luberon Display all (27)
In the heart of the Vaucluse mountains, Gordes is a perched Provençal village, ranked among the most beautiful in France, whose charm immediately affects the visitor. Entirely built in dry stone, it shines with a thousand lights under the morning sun and offers a breathtaking view of the Luberon forests.
Just 20 kilometers from Avignon, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue is a charming riverside village. This charming city, which is nicknamed the "Comtadine Venice", leaves no one indifferent. Renowned for its antiques, it is a paradise for bargain hunters. Thanks to its markets, it also attracts all gourmets!
Located in the heart of the Luberon regional natural park in the Vaucluse, between Apt and Roussillon, this ocher village is a renowned historical and geological site. It is made up of isolated countryside and around thirty small hamlets, surrounded by magnificent landscapes.
18 kilometers from Avignon, Velleron is a typical village that will make you love Provence. Renowned for its market, the town has an interesting historical heritage that it would be a shame to ignore. It's good to live here, so stopping here during the holidays means taking time to recharge your batteries while enjoying the best local products!
The old fortified village is located at the top of the valley of Lourmarin and dominated by an old church. This perched Provençal village is the ideal place to discover the region by bike or on foot and benefits from an exceptional panorama which extends from the Petit Luberon to the Monts du Vaucluse and as far as Mont Ventoux.
Cucuron is one of the most beautiful villages in Vaucluse, in the Luberon National Park. It has retained its Provençal authenticity and its atmosphere exudes an old-fashioned charm. Its heritage, its natural environment and its taste for good cuisine make it a very pleasant place for holidays.
Located in the Luberon regional natural park at the foot of the Vaucluse mountains, Roussillon is ranked among the most beautiful villages in Franc. It is also one of the most atypical towns. It is famous for its colorful houses and its ocher quarries. Because it has the largest ocher deposit in the world, Roussillon is one of the essentials of Provence.
Formerly a Roman military camp, this pleasant little Provençal town stands out as the capital of the Luberon and the world capital of candied fruit. Located in the Calavon valley between the Vaucluse mountains and the Luberon massif, this charming city has a very attractive historic center.
Located in the Luberon National Natural Park, Robion is a small Provençal haven of peace leaning against the mountain. It is the starting point for many hiking trails in the Luberon. It is the ideal place for those wishing to avoid the crowds, while being close to the small town of Cavaillon.
In the heart of Provence, on the banks of the Durance and at the gates of the Luberon, Pertuis is a pleasant Provençal city which has a historical heritage worthy of interest and where it is good to taste the typical sweetness of the south of France.
30 kilometers from Avignon, this village was built around its very impressive source. It is a very picturesque natural site in a deep valley with a landscape of caves and valleys which has inspired many artists. Fontaine-de-Vaucluse is also a place steeped in history. All these assets make it the most visited village in Vaucluse!
On a hillock in the Vaucluse mountains, facing the ocher cliffs, Joucas is a real haven of peace, full of charm and authenticity. This hilltop village has managed to preserve its historical heritage which will charm you, and promises you panoramas of rare beauty over the Luberon plain, sheltered from the onslaught of the mistral.
9 kilometers from Apt, on the southern slopes of the Monts de Vaucluse, this medieval village, built on a rocky outcrop, offers a breathtaking panorama of the Luberon, the Alpilles and the Monts de Vaucluse. All around, an environment of scrubland and forests reminds you that you are in the South. This agricultural town steeped in history is really worth the detour.
Lourmarin is one of the most beautiful villages in France. Nestled in the heart of lush vineyards, flowering almond trees and fragrant olive groves, it has cafés and restaurants with lively terraces as well as pleasant Provençal shops. Its historical heritage is worth the detour.
Ménerbes is one of the most beautiful villages in France. Built on top of a hill, the village offers a breathtaking view of the Luberon. Inhabited since prehistoric times, this charming town has a rich historical past and has been very well preserved. There reigns here an incomparable sweetness of life! Reason why Ménerbes has attracted many artists!
Not far from Ménerbes, Oppède is a small town renowned for its magnificent old village, built at the top of a rocky outcrop on a foothills of the Luberon. Oppède-le-Vieux has kept its architectural historical heritage intact, which gives it a timeless charm.
Between Cavaillon and Apt, Goult enjoys an almost perfect location, perched on a hill in the Luberon Regional Natural Park. A haven of peace for lovers of old stones and nature, close to many points of tourist interest.
16 kilometers from Apt, Lacoste is one of the prettiest hilltop villages in the Luberon. It offers a remarkable view up to Mont Ventoux and has retained its authentic medieval character. We come to Lacoste to discover its historical heritage and the castle of a famous marquis…
Discover Ansouis, located south of the Luberon massif, one of the most beautiful villages in France. The town is a hilltop village in Provence. Visit its Renaissance castle, its museums, and its church and do not hesitate to get lost in the alleys of this fabulous village to live a timeless experience.
At the crossroads of the Vaucluse and Luberon mountains, Cabrières-d'Avignon is a charming village surrounded by cedar forests, typically Provençal with its dry stone houses and its walls that line the narrow roads. Very picturesque and preserved, it has retained its character with its many peasant dwellings which have now been renovated and converted into luxury holiday homes.