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Pottery

Vaucluse’s Pottery
The potters of Apt are inextricably linked to the land and its history. Local clay was used for pottery as early as Roman (...)

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Candied fruit

Vaucluse’s Candied fruit
The sheer number of fruit plantations are at the origin of the tradition of candied fruit (fruits confits), which have (...)

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Wines

Luberon’s Wines
The Luberon has been a wine-growing region since the days of the Roman Empire, and it produces a number of wines of excellent (...)

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Truffles

Vaucluse’s Truffles
These powerfully scented and intense-tasting mushrooms abound in the area - for those who know where and how to look for (...)

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Aromatic Plants

Lavender and Lavandin
The Apt plain is covered with carpets of “real” lavender and lavandin, or hybrid lavender. The village of Lagarde d’Apt (...)

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Aromatic Plants

Aromatische planten
Vanaf de vlakte van Apt, waar de lavendin groeit, gaat men snel op hoogten en open ruimtes, voorbehouden voor de echte (...)

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Dry Stone - Rurale architecture in Luberon

Vaucluse’s mysterious bories
Bories are made of pieces of rock found lying around by farmers. Around two to three hundred thousand stones are (...)

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Olive oil

Vaucluse’s Olive oil
Virgin olive oil is a pure fruit juice. Harvesting takes place in November and December. In the Luberon area, the (...)

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