Fort of Buoux (11km) :In the heart of the Luberon, on a unique rocky spur, the visitor will discover one of the most remarkable sites in Provence. The fort was inhabited and fortified during the 17th century, from the Celto-ligures to the hunted Waldensians. The man lived there and everything evokes his passage…..
Saignon rock (4.5km par le GR9) :The rock, known as the Belle-vue rock culminates at a height of 35 m. It clearly identifies the village of Saignon in the Luberon. This former fortified town built in stone dominates and used to protect Apt valley. The exceptional view is the main incentive to all those who go up to visit this rocky spur. This panoramic view of the Calavon valley, Mont Ventoux, Montagne de Lure will leave you speechless.
Cedar forest in Bonnnieux (20km) : This majestic cedar forest, planted in 1861 thanks to the seeds of the Algerian Middle Atlas, offers hikers magnificent walks at the feet of its giants in the Luberon.
Abbaye de Sénanque in Gordes (27km) : Surrounded since the 12th century in the hollow of its Provencal valley, the Abbey of Notre-Dame de Sénanque appears as one of the purest testimonies of primitive Cistercian architecture. Guided or unguided tours.
Aiguebrun Valley : The Aiguebrun is a small Provençal river that has its source north of the Luberon massif, crosses several villages in the Vaucluse before splitting the mountain into two parts and continuing its journey south of the massif. Starting from Buoux, Sivergues or the plateau of the claparèdes, many hikes cross this river and immerse you in a preserved and always wild nature… a few water holes allow you to soak for the pleasure of the youngest.