Provence immediately conjures up images of lavender-filled fields, beautiful farmhouses and manors with their leafy terraces and linen-draped tables adorned with fresh-cut flowers, olives, local wines and dishes ... lire plus !
Opposite the village of Bonnieux, Lacoste is set on one of the Luberon’s most impressive sites. Perched on the northern slopes of the Petit Luberon Mountain, this charming ... lire plus !
The unexpected Colorado of Rustrel ranks among Provence’s most beautiful attractions. Situated on one of the largest ochre quarries in the world, the Colorado of Rustrel was, at ... lire plus !
The Luberon is a protected mountainous region in the département of Vaucluse, in the south-east of France which shelters a huddle of charming villages. Let’s discover some of ... lire plus !
Fontaine-de-Vaucluse is a charming village lying on the bank of the Sorgue River. Fontaine was built around its source in a dead-end valley at the feet of the ... lire plus !
The village of Gordes is perched on a rock at 635 metres high, on the south flank of the Vaucluse plateau, above the plain of the Calavon River ... lire plus !
Roussillon lies in the northern part of the Luberon, between the petit Luberon and the Vaucluse Plateau. The village is famous for its ochre quarries that were exploited ... lire plus !
The old village of Ménerbes is situated on a mountainous spur 230 metres above sea level. It reaches the top of Petit Luberon in the south and spreads ... lire plus !