Tourisme et Handicap
  • office de tourisme Luberon - Pays d'Apt
  • Castellet, village de provence
  • Fruits confits d'Apt
  • ocres du luberon à rustrel
  • Saint-Saturnin, village du Luberon
  • Lavande de Provence
  • Carrière d'Ocre en Provence
Réalisation du site internet de l'Office de Tourisme Luberon-Pays d'Apt par Toile de fond: devis site internet

A l'extrémité orientale du plateau des Claparèdes sur les flancs du Grand Luberon more

Among oaks, along unmarked, yet obvious trails, the walker in Castellet will be able to admire an extended view. The circuit takes one from vales, following the «la Combe», to open views over the Calavon valley and in the far on the Verdon canyon, the Lure mountain and the Alps.

From Buoux to Sivergues more

This hike is essential to those wishing to discover the wild and perserved genuine Luberon.

Pérréal Hill more

Perréal hill peaks at 471 meters and overlooks the ochre-processing village of Gargas. The site has been ranked a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. It is a biotope of rare plants and a geological nature reserve.

Combe Saint Pierre more

A short but challenging hike in the beautiful Monts de Vaucluse, in preserved nature amidst dense woods.

Valley of light more

A hike towards Reillanne and the beautiful site of the Carluc Priory.

Le Colorado provençal more

The beauty of the "Provencal Colorado" in the Luberon ochre range, lies in the combination of nature and artifice that created it.

The Stone path, Tour des Claparèdes more

This hiking path is a circuit with red and yellow markings that owes its name to the many dry stone walls in the Luberon.

Le Mourre Nègre more

A circuit affording breathtaking views. This hike will take you up to the meadows on top of the ridges and le Mourre Nègre, the highest peak in Grand Luberon.

Belle-Vue Rock more

35 m high, the Saignon rock, called Belle- Vue, identifies the village.
The rock overlooks ans protects Apt's valley. It overlooks and protects the Apt valley. Panoramic view on the Calavon river, Mount ventoux, Lure, (see orientation table on the site).

The Baume du Midi's hike more

The Baume de Midi extends at 750 m and 800 m high, North East of Rustrel. It is "the town's sundial".

Tour of the Puys more

An easy hike, starting from Apt, through changing environments, limestone, ochre sands, wetland. A flora and landscape Luberon digest.

Les Aiguiers de Saint Saturnin lès Apt more

This hiking path starts in Savouillon, near Saint-Saturnin-lès-Apt (in the direction of Sault). Along the way you will see what is known as "aiguiers", the name for water storage systems carved into rock.

The Bories Trail more

A lovely hike along a trail which meanders alongside several bories in the Luberon. The hike starts from the village of Viens – then go in the direction of Céreste. On the right, a path between the houses guides you to a trail, on your left, which goes along the cliff side.

The way of St James more

In the Luberon, the Way of St James follows the GR 653D that goes through the village of Céreste and the city of Apt. The track is also known as the ancien route Via Domitia.

The Montjustin Highlands more

Panoramic views of the Grand Luberon, the Encrême valley and the Alps. Montjustin is a village which was renovated by French author Jean Giono and his friends. Giono's cousin, the Provencal painter Serge Fioro, still lives in Montjustin. The great photographer Cartier Bresson and poetess Danièle Desnoues also lived in Montjustin.