The perched villages of the Luberon

Characterised by its gentle way of life, its fields of lavender and vines that stretch as far as the eye can see and its exceptional light, the Luberon offers a rich historical and natural heritage. The Luberon has a large number of magnificent perched villages. Gordes dominates the Calavon valley. Not far from there, the Sénanque abbey surrounded by fields of lavender is a true jewel of Cistercian art from the 17th century.e century. The village of Roussillon is famous for its vivid colours, being located in the heart of the most important ochre deposit in the world. Admire a 360° view of the Rhone valley and the Alpilles from the village of Saignon. The village of LacosteThe village of Sault, famous for housing the castle of the Marquis de Sade, offers a magnificent panorama of the Ventoux, the Luberon, the Monts de Vaucluse and the perched villages. Discover the historical villages of the Luberon during your stay at the 4-star Hostellerie du Val de Sault.

The Luberon for lovers of wide open spaces

The Luberon also offers a wide range of sporting activities, with family or friends, which you can try out during your stay at the Hostellerie du Val de Sault, a 4-star hotel in the heart of the Luberon. Many walking routes in the vineyards and lavender fields will make you visit this luminous region through 3000 km of marked paths. Sublime hikes can be made in the Luberon Natural Park. You will be amazed by the beauty of the Provencal Colorado where the orange and red pigments make it an exceptional site.

A 4 star hotel in the Luberon

The hostellerie du Val de Sault is a 4 star hotel in the Luberon built like a real village. Facing the Mont Ventoux, the 10 small houses are grouped around the swimming pool and overlook the magnificent landscapes of the Luberon. Relaxation and well-being will be on the agenda during your stay in the Luberon: swimming pools, spa with jacuzzi, hammam, massages with organic essential oils. At the Regain restaurant, you can admire the Mont Ventoux while savouring local products cooked with talent, including lavender, chestnuts, mushrooms and game.

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