Around the Luberon by bike

Communes traversées : Cavaillon, Taillades, Robion, Maubec, Oppede, Menerbes, Lacoste, Bonnieux, Apt, Saignon, Caseneuve, Saint-martin-de-castillon, Castellet, Cereste, Reillanne, Vacheres, Aubenas-les-alpes, Saint-michel-l'observatoire, Dauphin, Saint-maime, Forcalquier, Niozelles, Villeneuve, Volx, Manosque, Pierrevert, Beaumont-de-pertuis, Grambois, La bastide-des-jourdans, Vitrolles-en-luberon, Peypin-d'aigues, Saint-martin-de-la-brasque, La motte-d'aigues, Cabrieres-d'aigues, Cucuron, Vaugines, Lourmarin, Puyvert, Lauris, Puget, Merindol, Cheval-blanc

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Practical information


Distance, difficulty, parking ...

Distance: 236,00 km

Level: Hard

Difference: 2620 m

Time: 1425 min

Public transport:
Bus 

Ligne 8 : Cavaillon - Pertuis

Train

Gare d'Avignon TGV, puis liaison par la gare TER Cavaillon Gare TGV Marseille St Charles / Gare d'Aix en Provence TGV puis liaison par les gare TER Manosque, La Brillanne et Meyrargues (Bus pour Pertuis)


To see...

Signposted in both directions, this route around the mountains of the Luberon and its Natural Regional Park is designed to let you gently discover the resources of this area of exceptional natural beauty.

Coordinates

Longitude: 5.0431
Latitude: 43.835

Access

A7 - Sortie Cavaillon A51 - Sortie Pertuis, Manosque ou La Brillanne

Signposts

Signposts on the routes Follow this sign

Dare to wander! This route takes roads which have been selected for the beauty of their surroundings and the villages that you can stop at along the way.
Although these are quiet roads with little traffic, they are not designated cycle paths and therefore it is recommended that you take extra care when cycling here, particularly when with children. Please follow the rules of the road at all times.
The changing topography of the landscapes in Vaucluse can also mean there are some slightly more challenging hills. Steep gradients are usually short and can be walked of course.
During the hot summer months, take advantage of the shade along the way and on café terraces. Bon voyage!
Itinerary created by Luberon Natural Regional Park. Information: Vélo Loisir Provence www.leluberonavelo.com