The Luberon, a heritage to discover

Jean Giono is an emblematic figure of the Luberon. In Manosque, you can discover his birthplace and its gardens. Cross the villages and follow the ocher trail to discover a journey between dizzying cliffs with flamboyant colors and gigantic labyrinths of galleries. The opportunity to discover the traditional Bòris on your route.
Historic site and monument
The Bòri is a traditional dry stone construction that served as a temporary shelter during periods of agricultural work. It dates back to the end of ...
  • Art collection :
    • Engineering structure
A plaque indicates that the writer Jean Giono was born in this house in March 1895. He lived all his childhood and youth in the house in front of ...
Historic site and monument
The bories are dry stone constructions.
  • Historical patrimony :
    • Ruins and remains
Historic site and monument
Tourist attractions: Ochre trail, Place de l'Abbé Avon, Belfry of the clock tower and the campanile, Place Pignotte, Place de la Forge, Saint Michel ...
Historic site and monument
Go for a trip to the heart of the Ochre! Vertiginous cliffs with flamboyant colors and gigantic labyrinths of galleries compose a unique and ...
Historic site and monument
The law of July 7, 1881 declared the construction of the Manosque canal to be in the public interest, and the acquisition of the land and the work ...
  • Art collection :
    • Engineering structure
    • Bridge
    • Aquaduct
    • Canal
Historic site and monument
Nestled in the hollow of its valley, the Abbey of Notre Dame de Sénanque remains one of the purest witnesses of the primitive Cistercian a...
Historic site and monument
In the heart of the Vaucluse, Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, is an old fishing village nicknamed the "Venice Comtadine". It is, with its microclimate, one of ...
Historic site and monument
Listed historical monument since 1973. Discover the history of this castle and its owner, the curse and all the anecdotes of this monument.
Historic site and monument
Separated by 4km, the villages of Montagnac and Montpezat are distinguished by their distinct natural environments: the low gorges of the Verdon for ...
  • Historical patrimony :
    • Ruins and remains
  • Religious patrimony :
    • Church
    • Chapel
  • Cultural leisure facilities :
    • Exhibition space
  • themes :
    • Memorial