Enjoy luminous Provençal landscapes, learn the secrets of the region's history and culture...
Walk the charming narrow streets of Luberon hilltops villages during an unforgettable day. Visit the village of Fontaine de Vaucluse, from where the Vaucluse department's name came back in 1793. This was due to the exceptional feature of the area, the “Vallis clausa”, which means the Closed Valley, from which the river Sorgue springs so mysteriously and which is recorded in official documents from the tenth century. An enchanting place, the source of the river — La Fontaine de Vaucluse — never ceases to intrigue and attract visitors.
You will visit the main spots in both Luberon and Alpilles areas and also the historical site the Pont du Gard. This Roman Aqueduc is one of the biggest in Europe.