The Luberon

Discovering this colorful region

Welcome to the Luberon, the land of Provence.
On the border with Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and Vaucluse, this Luberon Nature Park is home to breathtaking landscapes and architectural gems.

Discover the main experiences below

The Colorado Provençal

The Colorado of Provence is the most spectacular of all ochre sites. Its canyon-like quarries and palette of colors are awe-inspiring.

It is a listed and protected site. The Colorado can only be visited on foot, through two loops that allow you to discover this exceptional setting.

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The Bruoux mines

Ochre mines are as unusual as they are unique. They are typical of the Luberon region.

Inside these majestic mines, a 650-meter-long trail has been safely laid out for you to discover the natural and historical treasures of the area.

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The Lavender Museum

Discover the rich heritage of real lavender and the epic story of lavender growers from the 16th century to the present day with this museum, founded in 1991.

The museum's meticulous museography and modern digital tools will take you on a journey of discovery.

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And other wonders

The Lubéron is brimming with architectural and natural wonders. Discover also: the Sénanque Abbey, the Bories village, Mont Ventoux, the region's gastronomic riches or the countless hikes in the natural park..