The Built Heritage, testimony of the History of Luberon
From dry stone hut (the “borie”, symbol of the Luberon Park) to country houses, dovecotes, rural chapels, fortified castles and farmhouses, the rich and diverse array of Luberon built and cultural heritage is a testimony of its history.
The natural habitats, the local architecture and human activities have shaped over the centuries unique landscapes and strong regional culture and identity. Thanks to its built heritage, the Luberon stands out among other territories.
For more information please read the following articles (in french)
Front picture: the mill of the Sannes castle © PNRL – Jérémie Haye