The magical massif of Luberon, in the Provence region of Southern France, is a dreamlike landscape of unfurling lavender fields, verdant vineyards, and aromatic olive groves. Hilltop villages gaze out over glorious valleys rich in biodiversity, home to approximately 30% of France’s flora and fauna. The region is dominated by three mountain ranges: Lesser Luberon, Greater Luberon, and Eastern Luberon, dotted with picturesque villages that inspired Peter Mayle’s A Year in Provence and A Good Year.
A bicycle tour in Luberon promises exceptional viewpoints and an adventure that enlivens every sense - lavender fields unfold before your bicycle whilst the French sunlight catches on cascading grapes yet to be harvested from the vineyards. Weave an e-bike through sun-baked olive groves, absorbing the warm, musty aromas as they travel on the breeze. Discover the favored region of French high society and one of France’s most beautiful areas on a guided day tour of glorious Luberon, perhaps even sampling the famous fruits of the valley.