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Bonnieux, Luberon

Bonnieux is one of the most beautiful perched villages of the Luberon. It is located at the exit of the combe of Lourmarin (separating the Petit and Grand Luberon). From the village, one enjoys a splendid sight on the plain and observe the villages of Goult, Roussillon, Lacoste, the mounts of the Vaucluse and the Mont Ventoux.

LE PONT JULIEN:
Located in the plain of Bonnieux, the Pont Julien is a Roman building dating from the beginning of our era. It is one of the ancient buildings best preserved of Provence. This monument is 80 m long by 6 m broad and 11 m in height and is composed of three arches. The bridge has been used untill 2005.


LA VIEILLE EGLISE DE BONNIEUX:
The old church of Bonnieux is located at the top of the village of Bonnieux, at an altitude from approximately 400 m. One reaches the church by a staircase of 86 steps. This church, protée by the shade of cedars centenaries, was built with the 12th century.


LA FORET DES CEDRES:
The forêt des cèdres is located on the plateau du Petit Luberon and extends on approximately 250 ha. The cedars were planted in the middle of the 19th century under the reign of Napoleon III. Indeed, this cedar does not come from Provence but from the Moroccan Atlas. By clear weather, you can see l'étang de Berre located at more than fifty km.


LE MUSEE DE LA BOULANGERIE:
Located at the top of the village of Bonnieux, the museum of bakery is installed in an old bakery. It presents the history and manufacture of the bread in France and in the world. Do not miss the superb baker's oven.


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other villages: Gordes, Goult, Roussillon, Joucas, Lacoste, St-saturnin-les-apt

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