BUOUX AND THE AIGUEBRUN VALLEY
The Aiguebrun river runs in a cove at the foot of Buoux' cliff - famous among rock-climbers - guided by the great rift separating the Petit and Grand Luberon.
The old Fort of Buoux was a defensive place in the 13th century. Its remains such as walls, its troglodyte house, its water reserves, its secret staircase carved into the rock, and its unforgettable view .. are not to be missed !
The small hamlet of the "Auberge des Seguins" - a renovated goat farm located at the end of a picturesque road - is a popular spot for bikers, hikers, rock-climbers that look for a wild and unspoiled nature, or by the visitor in search of tranquility.