Parcours n°1 - Cavaillon
Travel the heights of the little Luberon and discover the landscapes of the Durance Valley to the South or the hill of Saint-Jacques overlooking Cavaillon.
At the onslaught of the little Luberon, you travel the heights of the mountain to discover the landscapes of the Durance Valley to the South as well as the amazing hill of Saint-Jacques overlooking Cavaillon.
Be careful, you will have to face a sharp difference to deserve the view.
Not to be missed:
Cavaillon: a city known for being the capital of the melon, but it is also a city where you can stroll through the alleys, thirst thirst on the terrace of a cafe or stroll through the scrubland on the hill of Saint-Jacques. The city has a heritage that can be discovered at the turn of alleys... the Synagogue of Europe, the 12th century cathedral and the Roman Arch: a vestige of the 1st century as well as beautiful ancient mansions. Market on Monday morning.
Cheval-Blanc: this village stretches between the Luberon and the Durance. Its landscapes harmonize between water and mountains. On the edge of Durance lay agricultural land while to the north, rises the rugged terrain of the Luberon. If the heart tells you, you can also step away from the loop to discover on foot the Gorges de Régalon, a true haven of freshness.
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