Luberon Massif and Luberon Natural Park :
The Luberon (or Lubéron) is the name given to the mountain massif that stretches from east to west between the departments of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and the Vaucluse. This massif is made up of three “mountains” : the Luberon Oriental, the Grand Luberon and the Petit Luberon. Since 1977 this mountain has been the heart of the Luberon Regional Natural Park (69 districts) and attracts a large number of tourists with natural and cultural interests. There are several festivals put on in the region each year. In 1997 the Luberon was officially declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO. The Luberon has also become an emblematic place for Provence with its numerous residences belonging to French stars and those from elsewhere who have fallen in love with the beautiful stone landscapes. They all find a pristine, magnificent countryside, incomparable colours and an exceptional quality of life.