The Vaucluse Departement - Luberon Nature Park - Population : 1,044 inh.

puce 4km south-east of Apt. Direction Digne then the D46 on the right.

Saignon, the village and its church This village is perched at the top of a hill behind a large rock which dominates the valley.
Saignon is a peaceful little village that you can explore by foot. Opposite the town hall you will see a very pretty 12th century Roman church.
Saignon, street
By walking through its narrow alleys you will discover ancient fountains, small shaded squares of beautiful charming houses on which there are very beautiful houses, you will also be able to notice ancient doors carved with delicacy.
Saignon, Luberon landscape
Easy access to the rock of Saignon. Do not hesitate to climb to the top of the rock where there is a fabulous panoramic view of the plains and the Luberon mountain range.
If the weather is fine, you can see Mont Ventoux, the Lure mountain, the Alpes de Haute Provence and even the heights of Avignon.
Saignon, the village and its rock
Thanks to its rock, Saignon played a key defensive role for the town of Apt, attacked through the centuries by numerous invasions... although not yet by tourists!
Saignon is still relatively unknown so you can appreciate the beauty of the countryside and discover delightful walking trails in the surroundings and around Mont Luberon.


puce What to see:

Roman church Notre Dame de Pitie.


puce Leisure activities:

Hiking and mountain biking.
Summer festivals.


Holiday rentals

- - Apt : 7 km
490 € - 1920 €
Provence Cottage
- Apt : 7 km
5 beautiful carefully restored stone cottages 2 to 6 pers
Swiming pool. Private garden. Very well-equipped. WiFi. Satellite TV & BBQ
In a lavender farm, an idyllic setting just outside the medieval hilltop village
Swimming poolWifi or Internet accessParking or garagePets accepted under conditionsOpen all year round
Locate on the map of  Saignon
490 € - 1920 €


puce Accommodation:

Bed and breakfast.
Vacation rentals.


puce Neighbouring towns and villages:

Auribeau (5 km), Buoux (8 km) and Caseneuve (9 km).