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Olives and grapes have grown here since Roman times, and lavender-once harvested wild from the hillside meadows- now dominates the higher fields.
The Luberon lies between the valley of the Durance to the south and east, and the valley of the Calavon to the north. The mountain is divided into two, the Grand Luberon and the Petit Luberon, by the Combe de Lourmarin, a picturesque canyon carved by the Aigue Brun, itís only significant watersource.
An ideal base for exploring Provence. Great historic cities are Aix en Provence, Arles and Avignon. Lourmarin, Cucuron and Ansouis located at the south of the Grand Luberon are bustling villages with cafes and restaurants, a weekly lively market and a historic center.
The north of the Grand Luberon has many hilltop villages like Bonnieux, Lacoste, Menebre just to name a few with fantastic views and historic centers, all well worth a visit.