Luberon Regional Natural Park
Discover the Luberon Regional Natural Park: its unique landscapes, the meeting of remarkable fauna and flora and a preserved heritage.
Welcome to the Luberon Regional Natural Park!
This fragile rural area is recognized for its quality of life, its heritage and remarkable landscapes. Born in 1977 from a local will to carry out a project for the harmonious development of the territory, the Luberon Regional Natural Park protects and promotes the natural, cultural and human heritage of its territory. The Park comprises 77 municipalities, covering a territory of 75 km long and 43 km wide, designated a biosphere reserve and global geopark by UNESCO.
Take advantage of the products and services marked “Values Regional Natural Park of Luberon”, respectful of the environment, carriers of the authenticity of our territory and developed in perfect harmony with nature, with the guarantee of a personalized and friendly welcome.
And to marvel at this mosaic of landscapes, the remarkable fauna and flora of Provence, as well as the rural heritage, the site www.cheminsdesparcs.fr will be a perfect tool for organizing your nature walks to on foot, on horseback or bike.
Do not miss to visit the Maison du Parc in Apt and its museum of geology, and the Maison de la Biodiversity in Manosque on the Domaine de La Thomassine!
From Cavaillon to Forcalquier via Apt, Pertuis and Manosque,
we appreciate the Provencal sweetness!
Departments: Vaucluse and Alpes de Haute-Provence.
Number of municipalities: 77.
Economic activities: agriculture (fruits, vegetables, wines, sheep, lavender), agribusiness (confectionery, packaging, shipping), tourism.
Apt (Vaucluse): 11 700 inhabitants.
Cavaillon (Vaucluse): 26 200 inhabitants.
Pertuis (Vaucluse): 20,130 inhabitants.
Manosque (Alpes de Haute-Provence): 21,870 residents.
Forcalquier (Alpes de Haute-Provence): 5,000 inhabitants.
Surface area: 185,000 ha.
Population: 176 500 people.