The Lubéron regional natural park covers 165,000 hectares, from Cavaillon in Vaucluse (84) to Villeneuve in the Alpes de Haute Provence (04), on both sides of the Lubéron mountain (1,125 m Mourre Nègre). It is home to exceptional fauna and flora, as well as an architectural and landscape heritage of great value. The Lubéron Regional Nature Park is also a lively territory of about 150,000 inhabitants, residing in more than 70 municipalities.
The Lubéron has been officially admitted by UNESCO to the world network of biosphere reserves.
The main towns and cities present in the Lubéron park are Apt, Cavaillon, and Pertuis in the Vaucluse And Manosque in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence.