At the foot of the Luberon
Built against the Luberon, Robion was born out of a permanent contrast between rock and water, cliff and spring, plain and river. This village has survived throughout the centuries by standing on top of the
hill and having a castle built, which remains can still be seen while wandering in the old streets of the upper village. Starting point of numerous walks in the Luberon, Robion combines architectural patrimony and nature.
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Water history in Robion
Robion is irrigated by three streams. The Coulon or Calavon rises in the Alpes de Haute Provence flowing into the Durance near Cavaillon. The Boulon and Escanson are two springs spurting out of the Luberon. Dried out in summer, they can be spectacular on a raining day.