Full day tour in Luberon National Park and its gorgeous "perched" villages
Visit the spectacular countryside of Peter Mayle's book « A Year in Provence » with its fascinating villages!

Let yourself be led for an amazing breakthrough in the Luberon if you want to see as many as possible of the choices, it's the place to go!
Gordes is standing on the edge of the plateau of Vaucluse and is one of the "in" villages of Luberon.
Notre-Dame de Senanque might be considered a must see in Provence in lavender season.
The Cistercian abbey is near the spectacular hilltop village of Gordes in Vaucluse-en-Provence.
Experience Roussillon situated in the heart of one of the biggest ochre deposits in the world and its magnificent red cliffs and ochre quarries.
Discover The Julius bridge, a Roman bridge that crosses the Calavon between Apt and Cavaillon to offer a passage to the Domitia route linking Italy to Spain.
Enjoy Lourmarin, a very animated village in the summer due to its numerous cafe terraces and shop!
I can recommend in Roussillon a very good local restaurant !


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Gordes and its medieval/Renaissance castle
Visit the preserved village of Bories, a dry-stone building huts dating back to 17th century (6€/person)
Sénanque Abbey and Lavender Fields (in season from mid- June to July)
Roussillon where you can learn about the ochre/ochre pigment production
Roman Julius Bridge . . . Vehicles could cross over this 2000 years old bridge a short time ago!
Lourmarin and its shady restaurant and café terraces as well as many local art galleries
Admire the Rennaissance castle of Lourmarin and its elegant French garden
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