Bonnieux attractions

Top Choice Forest in Bonnieux

Fôret des Cèdres

In the scrubby hills about 6km south of Bonnieux, a twisty back road slopes up to this wonderful cedar forest, whose spreading boughs provide welcome relief from Provence’s punishing summer heat. Various paths wind …
Bridge in Bonnieux

Pont Julien

Situated 6km north of Bonnieux, near the junction of the D36 and D900, is one of the Luberon’s most impressive Roman landmarks. Dating from around 3 BC, the 85m-long Pont Julien was built to allow the region’s main …
Wine in Bonnieux

Cave de Bonnieux

Sample local wines at this superior cellar, 5km from Bonnieux on the D36. Tastings are free.
Museum in Bonnieux

Musée de la Boulangerie

A museum all about the history of breadmaking might not sound like a Bonnieux must-see, but it’s actually an intriguing visit. Located in a 17th-century building that was used as a bakery until 1920, it explores the…