A land of contrasts due to its extremes of climate, Mont Ventoux forms the highest point of Provence at its peak, which is 1909 metres above sea level. This mythical and prestigious mountain truly links the Alps and the Mediterranean, and is recognised as a “Biosphere Reserve” by UNESCO.
The fruit of bringing together nature and local culture, these lands, which extend towards Mont Ventoux , offer a true palette of ambiance, colour and local history. Centuries of tradition and farming businesses are a testimony to the links weaved between man and his environment in this land, throughout the centuries. Lovers of sport, the land and family holidays will appreciate this mountain with all its challenges !
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Regional natural parks
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- Alpilles Regional Natural Park
- Luberon Regional Natural Park
- Verdon Regional Natural Park
- Queyras Regional Natural Park
- Préalpes d'Azur Regional Natural Park