Apt, Capitale du Fruit Confit

Our charming establishment, with swimming pool and garden, is in the heart of the historic center of Apt. Make Maison Luberon your base camp to discover the perched villages of the Luberon as well as the town of Apt.

During your stop at Maison Luberon, take the opportunity to visit the town of Apt, famous for its candied fruits and its earthenware made from mixed earth. Stroll through the streets of the city to discover the Sainte-Anne Cathedral and especially the famous Apt market which has made the city's reputation since the 12th century century!

Two museums are also worth visiting: the Musée de l’Aventure Industrielle du Pays d’Apt and the Museum of Geology.

Perched villages of the Luberon

One of the Luberon's must-sees is visiting its perched villages. From these villages, you will get superb views of the region and immerse yourself in the heart of Provençal culture. We advise you to visit some of these villages, full of character and charm: Rustrel and its Provencal Colorado, Roussillon for its ocher trail, Gordes with its cobbled streets and many other characteristic villages...

Mont Ventoux, the Giant of Provence

Paradise for cycle tourists, Mont Ventoux is a must. Climb to the summit, by car, motorbike, bike or on foot, and discover one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the entire region. On sunny days, you can observe the Rhône Valley, the Provençal Baronnies and the Vaucluse plateau. A breathtaking panorama awaits you at the summit of Mont Ventoux. 

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Colorado Provençal in Rustrel

In the heart of the Massif des Ocres, in the charming village of Rustrel, the Colorado Provençal is the natural site not to be missed. During a walk in the countryside, a palette of 21 colors will appear before your eyes. A unique opportunity to learn more about the local fauna and flora, but also about the history of this emblematic place of Provence. 

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Sénanque Abbey in Gordes

In the pleasant village of Gordes, the Abbaye Notre-Dame de Sénanque opens its doors to you for self-guided or guided tours. Founded in the 12th century, it is one of the proudest and most beautiful representations of primitive Cistercian architecture. In the hollow of its Provençal valley, the Abbey and the community of Cistercian Brothers who live there welcome you all year round.