Discover the must-sees in Provence's Luberon region: Treasures of Nature and History

Discover the villages, tourist attractions, monuments and extraordinary landscapes of our Provencal region. The Luberon is a must-see for lovers of Provence.

Welcome to the Luberon, a veritable treasure trove of Provence, where history blends with unspoilt nature.

If you're planning an authentic and enriching holiday, you've come to the right place! Our selection of must-see sites will guide you in planning a memorable stay, filled with cultural discoveries, outdoor adventures and moments of relaxation. Follow us through this enchanting region and explore all the best it has to offer.

Explore the breathtaking natural landscapes of the ochre cliffs of Roussillon or the Provençal Colorado at Rustrel, natural formations with astonishing colours. Discover the hilltop villages of the Luberon. Their picturesque charm, breathtaking panoramic views and historic heritage make them a must-see destination, like Gordes. One of France's most beautiful villages, Gordes is the jewel of the Luberon. Surrounded by breathtaking scenery, it's a village with a unique atmosphere, with its cobbled streets, stone houses and medieval castle, an ancient fortress listed as a Monument Historique. The village of Lourmarin will win you over with its authentic Provencal charm. Stroll through its narrow streets and enjoy the peaceful, relaxed atmosphere. Last but not least, don't miss the exceptional historic sites such as the Abbaye de Sénanque, which offers a dazzling spectacle in summer when the lavender is in flower, the Village des Bories, a unique open-air museum, the Musée de la Lavande, a veritable conservatory of real lavender, the blue gold of Provence, and the Renaissance château of Lourmarin, which dominates the village.

Aside from these highlights, and as you explore the trails of the Parc Naturel Régional du Luberon, you'll discover many other fascinating relics, such as ancient châteaux and Provençal facades that bear witness to the region's rich history. Medieval treasures abound here, and each hilltop village has its own charm and history. The vineyards that stretch as far as the eye can see add a picturesque touch to the landscape and offer the opportunity to taste some excellent local wines.

Here is our selection of the must-see places to visit during your stay in this emblematic region of the South of France, Provence.