Vineyard walks in the local area

Oppède le Vieux

The vineyard walk in Oppède crosses a landscape shaped by agriculture. Olive and cherry trees punctuate the vineyard landscape, while terraces and groves shape the panorama. Five information posts explain various aspects of the “vine and wine” world.

Depart: Car park, Oppède le Vieux

Duration of walk: 1.30 hours

Why not round off your walk with a  wine tasting!

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The walk leaves from the car park at the Cave Coopérative. Walkers and hikers, with the help of a leaflet, will explore Cucuron’s viticultural past. There are two circuits, one of which is 3.5 km and the other 4 km, using public roads and paths. Just follow the signposting (stencilled stylized bunch of grapes).

The western looped circuit is a longer (4km) and takes around 1 h 30 mins.

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Vineyard walks via the cellars and wine domaines

Walks from the Château La Dorgonne to the Tour d’Aigues

Explore Château La Dorgonne’s vineyards, viticultural methods used, and winemaking cellars along signposted walks with information points.

Two walks available:

  1. A 45 minutes walk, where no special hiking gear is needed and is accessible with pushchairs (with big wheels).
  2. A 1 h 30 min walk, where walking shoes or trainers are required.

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Vineyard walks from the Château Fontvert to Lourmarin

Two original ways to explore Château Fontvert’s vineyards:

  1. Take the free, guided walk, which takes place every Thursday at 5pm, from June to September (book in advance on: 04 90 68 35 83 or by emailing
  2. Walk along the discovery track, two circuits of 1.7 km and 1.5 km, with information panels explaining the culture of the vine, the terroir and the flora and fauna of the Luberon.

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Vineyard walks from the Cave Aureto to Gargas

Every Wednesday at 10am, leaving from the Cave, you can go on the domaine’s walk accompanied by a specialist, who will explain how the vineyard is run and the various viticultural methods used. (Free)

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