The villages of the Luberon
The villages of the Luberon

The villages of the Luberon

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Ansouis

At the center of the Pays d’Aygues, with the Grand Luberon and the Durance for horizons, this village perched on a hill is crowned by a thousand-year-old castle.
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Apt

Apt is in the heart of the Luberon Regional Nature Park, between the Vaucluse mounts and the mountain of the Luberon.
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Bonnieux

Before you arrive in Bonnieux, regardless of the road you choose, the first thing that you will spot from far away is the top of the steeple of the church.
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Cadenet

In this village, the site of the feudal castle has become a cultural space, particularly with the creation of an open-air theatre now hosting shows. The troglodyte habitations dug in the bar of yellow safre dominate the village.
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Cucuron

This old Provençal village of the Luberon spreads its houses, its streets and its fountains between the two monuments marking the limits of the old town: the dungeon St Michel and the church of Our Lady of Beaulieu.
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Gordes

This village can boast to be one of the most beautiful villages in France, with its cobbled streets creeping between tall houses built right against the rock, clinging against its flanks and whispering a thousand stories and legends.
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Lacoste

Lacoste is a beautiful little medieval village which boasts a north-eastern exposure (in the face of the rising sun) and is dominated by its ancient castle.
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Lauris

JUnknown jewel of the Luberon, Lauris is worth the detour. Perched on a rocky spur overlooking the Valley of the Durance, it combines the charms of the typical Provençal village and the dynamism of a young town with modern facilities.
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Lourmarin

The village peacefully places its 17th and 18th centuries houses a little away from the delicate Romanesque church and the beautiful castle. Built by the Agoult family in the 15th century, the latter became the refuge of gypsies in the 19th century and was badly damaged.
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Maubec

This pleasant small village is quietly located at the foot of the Luberon mountain not far from Cavaillon. Surrounded by the magnificent landscapes of the Luberon Nature Regional Park...
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Ménerbes

From the top of a rocky spur dominating the garrigues and vineyards of the Luberon, the citadel of Ménerbes and its castle watches over its neighbors Gordes and Roussillon, both winners of the title of “Most Beautiful Villages of France”.
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Roussillon

In Provence, between Luberon and Vaucluse Mounts, Roussillon shimmers under an ochre light.
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