The Lubéron

The Luberon massif stretches over 60 km between Manosque and Cavaillon, with an average width of only 5 km. It is therefore relatively easy to walk around it and to discover the many points of interest in the area on this 290 km (6 hour) circuit. 


There are 4 tourist stops on this route. You are free to stay for a few minutes or a few hours.

  1. Ocres de Rustrel (*)
  2. Gordes
  3. Gorges du Régalon
  4. Gréoux les Bains

(*) Please check the opening hours and booking possibilities.

1. Ocres de Rustrel : The Ocres de Rustrel, or more commonly "The Provençal Colorado" is an old ochre quarry. This site has been entirely shaped by the hands of the ochre workers. Thus you will discover working faces, basins, water pipes and engines. These are all vestiges of an industrial past.


2. Gordes : On the borders of the Luberon Regional Natural Park, in the heart of the Vaucluse mountains, Gordes is the emblem of the Provençal perched village. Described, photographed and admired a thousand times, it owes its aura to the illustrious artists who once revealed it and left a cultural imprint that is still alive today.

3. Gorges du Régalon : The Gorges de Regalon is one of the most spectacular in the Luberon. Dive into the bowels of our small Provencal region and discover an extraordinary place.

4. Gréoux les Bains : Gréoux-les-Bains is the third largest spa in France, at the gateway to the Gorges du Verdon. It offers the charm and atmosphere typical of Provence, a unique combination of landscapes, colours and scents, a remarkable flora, not forgetting the many sun-filled local products.

GPS track