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  • 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
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Patrimony

Saint-Anne's Cathedral more

Located next to the Clock Tower, the basilica of Saint Anne is Apt's most striking monument.

Located next to the Clock Tower, the basilica of Saint Anne is Apt's most striking monument.

Industrial museum more

This museum's collections illustrate the Pays d’Apt's various economic activities including faience, candied fruit and ochre.

Museum of Archaelogy more

The museum charts the history of Apt and the surrounding area from the 1st century Ad to the present day.

House of the regional nature park and geology museum more

The aim of this establishment is to inform and educate people in a fun, lively way with a permanent exhibition on the flora and fauna in the Luberon National Park.

The Colin d'Albertas Consul's Palace more

This palace, a masterpiece of Provencal Baroque, was built at the behest of the Consul d'Albertas in the mid-17th century, at the time Anne of Austria made a pilgrimage to Apt.

The Blachère foundation more

Head of a leading group, specialized in Christmas decorations and festive illumination, Jean-Paul Blachère has a passion for the african continent.

The Mill at Salignan more

The clayey grey marl where the mill is situated is from the Aptian geological stage.

Pont Julien and Via Domitia more

Although over two thousand years old, this Roman bridge is in excellent condition and connects the Apt-Cavaillon road with Bonnieux and Lacoste.

Musée de la boulangerie more

This museum set in an old 17th c. house, which was a bakery till 1920, this museum traces the history of bread and bakery work through a collection of tools and objects and an important iconography.

Vieille église ou église haute more

The old or high church that dominates Bonnieux has a Roman part, chapels were added on side later. Indoors, stands a large 16th c. altarpiece, a 17th main altar, many art works and an 18th c. organ made by Isnard.

L'enclos des bories more

In the middle of nature, oaks and schrubland, see on a 4 hectares land, over 20 different dry stone works, including threshing areas, "bories", "aiguiers", ovens and a beautiful apiary.

Eglise Louise Bourgeois more

The ancient Récollets's chapel or Couvent d'Ô keeps Louise Bourgeois's art work: a font, a confessional, a Virgin Mary, a crucifix, ...

Fort de Buoux more

On a rocky spur, in the heart of a valley surrounded by cliffs, the site has been occupied since the Middle Paleolithic era (many cave dwellings).

Les falaises de Buoux more

Standing in the Vallon de l'Aiguebrun, the world famous cliffs made a mark on the history of rock climbing. In the Patrick Edlinger "Opera Vertical", the site has become a symbol for a whole generation of climbers.

The oratory more

At the entrance of Caseneuve, one notices a gigantic and peculiar monument which is probably the biggest oratory in Provence.

Lighting Museum more

Régis Mathieu recognised as one of the "Entreprise du patrimoine vivant" by the French Ministry for Cultural Affairs has opened a new Museum for Chandeliers.

 

Notre Dame de Lumières more

In the 4th century, on the present crypt, was a chapel dedicated to Our Lady.

Château du Marquis de Sade more

The castle whose occupation goes back to the time of the Gallo-Romans (archaeological clues indicate this) - overhangs the village.

Eglise Saint Trophime more

Saint Trophime Church (12th-13th century) is located outside the medieval walls.

Labyrinthe d'Art more

Mieke Heybroek et Ulysse Plaud erected their imposing sculptures of men made of wood and stone in the Joucas streets and workshop.

SIRENE Observatory more

This observatory enjoys an idyllic location beneath the most cloudless sky in Europe and amid the lavender fields.

Savannah College of Art and Design more

In the 70's, Bernard Pfriem, a painter who fell in love with this region, created a school of the arts.

Abbaye Saint Hilaire more

St. Hilaire is a unique architectural ensemble that evokes Gothic forms while retaining a memory of roman art.

Maison Jane Eakin more

The life and works of the american painter Jane Eakin who lived for about 30 years in this house.

Maison de la truffe et du vin more

The Hotel d'Astier de Montfaucon (18th c.) houses the enoteca of the wines produced in the Luberon Park (sold at the estate's price).

Musée du tire-bouchon more

In a vineyard, 1200 corkscrews from the 17th century to the present day : hand forged steel antique tool, solid gold piece of art, wood or horn made, the collection is a trip through time and places.

Eglise Saint Luc more

On the church square, dating from the 16th century, met consuls and magistrates. It was rebuilt in the 16th century on the foundations of St. Saviour Church.

Dolmen de la Pitchoune more

The Dolmen de la Pitchoune, located along and below the D3, is the one and only example of a Neolithic monument in Vaucluse.

Le Laboratoire Souterrain à Bas Bruit more

The LSBB in Rustrel Pays d'Apt (University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, CNRS, Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur) hosts one of the lowest noise environments in the World.

Eglise Saint Pantaléon more

Romanesque building (11th c.), transformed in the 12th c. A votive chapel was added in 1727 after the Great Plague which annihilated the Provencal population.

Chapelle castrale more

Perched over the village, the Saint-Saturnin's chapel (11th c.) was blessed in 1056 by 3 bishops. In 1850, the Chapel hosted the Saint-Saturnin's miracle or the "Tamisier Rosette Case" that gave rise to mystical passions all over France.

The Wind mill more

The windmill, which once inspired Alphonse Daudet, is typical of the Provence landscape.

Gardens more

Gardens in the Luberon are different than anywhere else. The environment makes  originality and respect for local plants obvious.