Old railway, Nature & small heritage
34,13 Km
2 h 25 min
I’m used to cycling
The Mediterraneen Cycle Route joins up with Le Luberon à Vélo, in this area where lavender prospers. Nestling at the foot of the Petit Luberon Range, Les Taillades mill and its waterwheel will surprise you. To join Le Calavon Greenway, go via Robion, a marvellously typical Provençal village, with its central square shaded by plane trees, its old-stone architecture and its fountain. Once on the lovely greenway, take in the Luberon, from the Lavender Museum at Coustellet to the picnic stop set up at the former station at Goult. Pause at the end of your cycling day to contemplate the venerable old Pont Julien bridge, before visiting the pedestrian streets of Apt. This stage is good for families once you’ve joined Le Calavon Greenway.

Elevation of the stage

9 m 177 m

Waytypes of the stage

Cycle path: 29,83 km By road: 4,30 km

Surface of the stage

Lisse: 23,73 km Accidenté: 0,11 km Inconnu: 0,83 km

The route

Signposts for the Méditerranée à Vélo / EV8 are not yet in place as you leave Cavaillon. A link Cavaillon < > Voie du Calavon is being laid out. For the time being, you need to follow the Luberon à Vélo route via Cavaillon train station. In due course, the Méditerranée à Vélo route will take you out of Cavaillon via the south side of town.

Smooth surfaces: along the whole of this stage.


Places to turn off the greenway for outdoor leisure zones and stops with facilities are well signposted.

Le Luberon à Vélo routes are very well signposted.


Tourist Offices

Office de tourisme Luberon Coeur de Provence Cavaillon
33 (0)4 90 71 32 01
Office de tourisme Pays d’Apt Luberon
33 (0)4 90 74 03 18
Maison Du Parc Naturel Régional du Luberon
33 (0)4 90 04 42 00

SNCF train station

Cavaillon station
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