Goult is the village located in the Parc Naturel Regional du Luberon . It overlooks the valleys of Calavon and Limergue In the village there are the remains of ancient walls and the castle of the family Agoult (private property). at the top of the village is the mill of Jerusalem,
The last lord, the Marquis de Donis, has resided in Goult until his death in 1805. The inventory of his property will refer to an "old mill with outbuildings," that is the mill of Jerusalem tower two niveaux.Ce mill operated until the late nineteenth century by continuing on the road to Roche Redonne or Carredone along the mill accederer you to the terraces of the Conservatoire des Terrasses cultures: five hectares.
La Borie, Cistern, the Aiguier. Terrace cultures associate water, earth and stone. The water that irrigates infiltration which is controlled by the catchment runoff in aiguiers, there are agricultural plantations bounded by dry stone walls. These terraces like the village are facing the Luberon!