La Véloroute - Green Way of Calavon - The Mediterranean by bike EV8

The must-have family ride, without car and without elevation! This route uses, on most of the route, the right-of-way of the old Cavaillon-Apt-Volx railway.

Saint Martin de Castillon

Page updated on 30/11/2018

It takes a green lane on a vast majority, except for 2 km at the place known as 'Le Chêne' and for 500 m at the villages of Les Beaumettes and Coustellet.

The Veloroute begins at the village of Robion, then follows the Calavon valley, and ends at the foot of the Luberon, at the D 48 leading to Castellet.

The route is pleasant, with a Roman bridge, the safe crossing of Apt (viaducts and beautiful views) and landscapes that are becoming more and more beautiful: the banks of the Calavon, the slopes of the Luberon and its perched villages.

The Circuit Around the Luberon takes over, once it has reached the end of this linerary route.

Photo gallery

Pont Julien - Bonnieux
Voie Verte du Calavon
Gare de Goult
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Practical information on La Véloroute - Green Way of Calavon - The Mediterranean by bike EV8

Opening times and periods

All year round.


Free access.



Charging stations for electric vehicles Parking Picnic area Public WC Defibrillator


Pets welcome


Children Cyclists Level green – easy