The railway era
The curved viaduct over which the cycling lane passes is supported by 15 arches running 180 metres in length; it is one of the many construction works carried out in 1870 along the new railway line between Cavaillon and Apt.
The last trains to travel on these tracks were trains carrying ochre, cut stone and clay. Today, it is frequented by bicycles, walkers and joggers. Press on "Listen" to learn about the history of the cycling lane.