Le Luberon, a 4-star campsite in Apt
At the heart of the Vaucluse department, between Gordes and the Provençal Colorado, the Le Luberon campsite is located. This establishment rated 4 star, offers holidaymakers the chance to make the most of its campsite with a human dimension and high-end facilities in a peaceful and lush setting, near Provence’s major tourist sites.
A perfect setting for a camping holiday in Provence
Located in the magnificent Luberon Natural Regional Park, this 4-star campsite in Provence offers holidaymakers the chance to make the most of a protected setting, a few kilometres from the town of Apt in the Vaucluse department. On-site campers can make the most of the peace and serenity of the location but also its lush setting, whilst enjoying high-end facilities. This 5-hectare campsite has quality holiday rentals, modern facilities and a wide selection of activities for all ages.
The holiday rentals on the Le Luberon campsite are spread across various ranges; from the Comfort range to the Nature range to those with a private spa. If you’re looking to unwind and make the most of a heavenly setting, the holiday rentals with a private spa are made for you. These ultra-comfort mobile homes have a private Jacuzzi heated to 38°C, to enable you to relax after a day’s activities in the Vaucluse department. Some accommodation is also equipped with air conditioning, a dishwasher and television.
The Le Luberon campsite also has spacious pitches for your tent, caravan or camper. Each pitch is equipped with an electrical supply of 6 or 10 amps. You can also access the sanitary blocks, fully maintained and equipped with individual and family showers and those for persons with reduced mobility, and a baby’s bathtub.
Leading services and facilities
This outdoor establishment in Apt has a superb water park. With its three swimming pools heated to 26°C, open from the beginning of April to the end of September, you’ll be able to relax, whilst admiring the breathtaking view over the surrounding countryside and perched village of Saignon. The three separate swimming areas will enable the entire family to have fun in a perfect setting. The paddling pool is set aside for babies and young children, whilst the children’s swimming pool offers a depth of 1 metre 40. The large swimming pool is perfect for doing lengths in complete peace. You’ll also be able to take advantage of the sunloungers to get a tan in the Vaucluse sunshine.
The Le Luberon campsite is not simply content to provide you with an exceptional water park, but also a gourmet quality dining offering. The restaurant chef cooks dishes made on-site using local seasonal produce, for a delicious culinary journey in Provence. If you’d prefer a quick meal, the snack bar menu offers ‘home-made’ pizzas and hamburgers and takeaway dishes. The outdoor terrace is the perfect location to make the most of a drink in countryside surroundings. Have an ice cream to cool down or sip a chilled glass of rosé, whilst admiring the view over the swimming pools.
Also on-site, there is a variety of activities and entertainment on offer to holidaymakers of all ages. Activities during the day are focused upon conviviality, chats and sharing. There are aquaerobics and abs and glutes sessions and guided tours planned, with even wine tasting in the high season, so you can discover the wonders of this wine-growing area. Come the evening, group games and magic shows take place several times a week in the high season, offering holidaymakers the chance to be amazed. For children, the play area with a water slide is accessible throughout the entire day, so they can have fun and make friends. Play and/or sports facilities are also spread over the campsite, such as a football table and ping-pong tables. A library with books in English, German and Dutch is also open to all.
Regarding the services offered on this campsite, holidaymakers can make the most of a bread and sweetbreads and buns outlet and grocery open every day, offering products from the region, such as wines, honey or even olive oil from local producers. The reception team will be pleased to help you plan your activities, whether tourist trips, hikes, cycle rides or sports activities off-site. Hammocks have been set up on the campsite, so you can relax at any time of day. Lastly, so you can be pampered from head to toe, there is a masseuse on-site during the high season.
Exploring the Luberon natural regional park
The Le Luberon campsite is ideally situated in the Vaucluse department. It is the perfect starting point to go off to explore the region and its gems. The Colorado Provençal (Provençal Colorado or Colorado de Rustrel) is one of these natural wonders not to be missed. This exceptional beauty spot is a genuine gem of Provence, located only 15 minutes from the campsite. The Colorado Provençal is famous for its unique geological formations, red ochre cliffs and hiking trails. Visitors will be able to discover breathtaking landscapes here and get lost on the shaded paths. A walk in the Colorado Provençal is an unforgettable experience, and enables you to become immersed in Provence’s natural beauty.
The town of Apt, nestling only 3 kilometres from the campsite, offers a multitude of tourist and gourmet activities to discover. By walking on the cobblestones in the town centre, you can admire the region’s typical architecture and visit the famous Sainte-Anne cathedral. If you love gastronomy, you’ll be able to go to the Provençal market which takes place every Saturday morning, to sample local products such as Cabécou, a goat’s cheese typical of the area or even the region’s olive oil. For lovers of history, a visit to the Apt museum is essential to discover this town’s history and culture.
Le Luberon is a perfect playground for nature lovers and those keen on outdoor sports. Hikers can have a wonderful time by taking the marked trails, offering unrestricted views over the surrounding countryside. Amongst the most popular hikes, we might mention the lavender trail in Sault or even the hike up to the summit of the Mourre Nègre, the peak of the Luberon massif. Climbers are not outdone with numerous renowned climbing sites in the region, such as the Buoux cliff and Mur de la Loubière ascent or the Oppedette gorges. Whether for a short family walk or sports hike, the Luberon mountain range offers countryside activities adapted to all levels and tastes.