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The Massif des Ocres of Roussillon

The Massif des Ocres of Roussillon
The Massif des Ocres is one of the most remarkable landscape of the Luberon region. It extends 25 kilometers (...)

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The Provencal Colorado

The Provencal Colorado
The beauty of the “Provencal Colorado” lies in the combination of nature and artifice that created it. In Rustrel, ochre (...)

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The old Janselme mine « la carrière de Bruoux »

The old Janselme mine « la carrière de Bruoux »
Gargas owns the only area able to show the whole history of ochre processing, from the beginnings (...)

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The ’Fontaine de Vaucluse’

The ’Fontaine de Vaucluse’
A medieval village celebrated for its impressive emerald-green water spring which can be found at the foot of a cliff (...)

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The Buoux fort

The Buoux fort - Vaucluse
The Buoux fort and the village of Buoux ( 20km from Apt ) form an exceptional area highighting the history and (...)

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The Luberon Regional Park

The Luberon Regional Park
Situated between the Alps and the Mediterranean, the Luberon Regional Park extends from the Vaucluse to the Alpes de (...)

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Belle-Vue Rock

Vaucluse’s Belle-Vue Rock
35 m high, the Saignon rock, called Belle- Vue, identifies the village. It overlooks and protects the Apt valley. (...)

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Oppedette Gorges

Vaucluse’s Oppedette Gorges
Situated in the east of the Pays d’Apt (18 km or 11 miles away), in the Alpes de Haute Provence, Oppedette is a (...)

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The mountain, Mont Ventoux

The mountain, Mont Ventoux
The mountain ‘Mont Ventoux’ is a French peak 1912 metres high. Also known as the ‘Giant of Provence’ or the ‘The Bald (...)

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