Enjoy the natural curiosities in the Luberon

The Luberon no longer needs to be presented for its fields of tulips or lavender. Between plateaus and low gorges, the steep cliffs and canyons will encourage moments of tranquility and escape.
Located on the edge of the village, this large limestone cliff is a very popular site for climbing enthusiasts. Numerous routes have been set up ...
Between plateau and low gorges, this itinerary is remarkable for its landscapes and for the richness of its biodiversity. Of great heritage value, ...
At the foot of the village, the Verdon river offers you its wild banks for a few moments of quietude or escape. A path allows you to walk along the ...
Result of millions of years of erosion in a karstic environment, the digging of the canyon started during the first alpine pushes. You will discover ...
It was discovered in the rìou of Coste Longue, by Michel Flaven and one was authenticated as being a ronzoterium of the Oligocene (30 MA) in 2003 by ...
A great river, both alpine and Mediterranean, the Durance takes its source in the Hautes Alpes, at an altitude of 2300 m, at the foot of Mount ...
To the north east, overlooking the town of Manosque, the Mont d'or hill offers a magnificent panorama.
The esplanade of Saint-Maxime is a haven of tranquility that offers a breathtaking view of the entire city and the heights that border the Valensole ...
It is a cedar of the atlas (cedrus atlantica) of approximately 360 years (2019). It is a large tree of the Pinaceae family, native to North Africa ...
The highest point of the Grand Luberon is called "le Mourre Nègre". From the village, two hiking trails guide visitors to this peak which ...
It is in April that the landscape is adorned with a thousand colors: red, pink, purple, white, yellow, ... Around the village towards Lurs, ...
The maritime pine (Pinus pinaster) is a member of the Pinaceae family. It can reach 30 meters in height. A row of pines near the "4 roads" is ...
The plateau of Valensole is today one of the most important places for the cultivation of lavender and lavandin.
The osage orange tree is rare in Manosque and uncommon in France. From the Latin name "Maclura pomifera", it can be recognized by its green fruits ...
Privileged place of the middle gorges of the Verdon, its beautiful half-shaded beach will shelter your picnics and will allow you to benefit fully ...
Located between the village of Quinson and the entrance to the low gorges of the Verdon, this barred spur preserves the traces of an ancient human ...