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


Apt more

Originally called “Apta”, the site of a military camp on the Domitian Way, “Julia” was added as a tribute to Julius Caesar, whose “pax romana” had already praised the frequent intermingling between Romans and indigenous populations.

Auribeau more

The small village of Auribeau is nestled in a green setting filled with wildflowers in the foothills of the Grand Luberon. Authentically rural village with a rural lifestyle, most of the inhabitants are local farmers.

Caseneuve more

A stronghold of the Agoult-Simiane, this village is protected by an 11th-12th-century fortress, built by the lords of Caseneuve.

Castellet more

The last locality in the Apt basin (13 km off the N100 road), clinging to the northern slopes of Grand Luberon, Castellet stretches from the river Calavon to Mourre Nègre, which rises to a height of 1125 metres and offers a magnificent panoramic view from the Mediterranean to the high Alps.

Céreste more

On the road to Forcalquier, Céreste has a beautiful setting and a wonderful microclimate. Winding cobblestone streets, homes from the 15th to the 18th centuries, beautiful façades with amazing gargoyles. A journey back in time.

Gargas more

Gargas gets its name from the Provencal word “Gargan”, which means a hill. With some 3000 inhabitants, it lies 3 km to the north west of Apt on the Ochre Route.
The village is beneath the rounded hill known as Perréal, which rises to 471 metres and is a site of historical and geological importance.

Gignac more

This beautifully unspoilt village is situated in a haven of greenery on the edge of the ochre quarries. The Doa, known as the ochre-quarriers' river, runs through it.

Lagarde d'Apt more

Situated on the Plateau d’Albion, over 1000 metres high, this village is the highest in Pays d’Apt. From Mount Saint Pierre to Mount Ventoux and Montagne de Lure, the viex extends far to the snowy peaks of the Alps.

Rustrel more

The village, dominated by its 16th-century château, boasts part of the multicoloured area nicknamed “Provencal Colorado.”

Saignon more

Saignon covers an area of 1960 hectares. It is bounded to the north by the Calavon and to the south by the Claparèdes plateau, while a small mountain stream, the Rimayon, passes through.

Saint-Martin de Castillon more

The village is situated in the most eastern part of Vaucluse and straddles the upper Calavon valley, between Luberon and Monts de Vaucluse.

Saint-Saturnin lès Apt more

30 km to the south west of Mont Ventoux, 50 km from Avignon, 19 km from Gordes, 9 km from Apt. The highest point is Le Cluyer at 1053 metres, with its view point and map.

Sivergues more

Sivergues, the village "at land's end" as described by author Henri Bosco, was a Waldensian stronghold. Sivergues is the end of the road, in superb countryside.

Viens more

This ancient village - which celebrated its millennium in 1990 - has much to offer visitors.

Villars more

Lying off the beaten track, Villars wraps itself around the top of a small hill. A land of stone water tanks, ochre, vines and cherry orchards, the stamping ground of the painter Guigou, who was born here in 1834.