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Each village has its own particular charm. Roussillon has ocher quarries and presents a palette of hues ranging from deep purple to pale and subtle pink. Les Baux is spectacular, perched on a rocky promontory in the Alpilles, those jagged hills covered in olive trees dear to Van Gogh. Gordes is chic and photographic, Ménerbes is quiet and mysterious, and Ansouis has a spectacular castle, actually two castles in one ! And Moustiers Sainte Marie in the hills, is famous for its decorative pottery and the gold star that hangs from a chain suspended between two cliffs above the village.


Isle sur la Sorgue

On Sunday mornings, the famous antique market of Isle-sur-la Sorgue is a thirty-minute drive away. The possibilities for hiking and cycling are almost limitless, and these are great ways to explore some of the most beautiful scenery in the south of France.


The Baux de Provence

The village is classified and labeled "one of the most beautiful villages in France". Today, its historical heritage is exceptional with a treasure of 22 classified architectural pieces Monument : Quarries of lights, church, castle, town hall, hospital, chapels, houses, gates.


Arles is a charming medieval town which retains extraordinary vestiges of its Roman past. The Colosseum, located in the center of Arles, is as large as that of Rome and is still regularly used as a venue for concerts, shows and bullfights.


Aix en Provence

Aix-en-Provence is famous for its fountains, tree-lined squares and elegant café terraces, as well as for its very chic boutiques. The atmosphere is sophisticated and cosmopolitan. 

The Aigues Tower

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The village of Cucuron is certainly one of the most beautiful villages in Vaucluse, a nugget that you have to take the time to discover, an essential stopover during a visit to the South Luberon. the village of Cucuron is a magnificent typical Provençal village with an old-fashioned charm. 



On the borders of the Luberon Regional Natural Park, in the heart of the Vaucluse mountains, Gordes is the emblem of the Provençal perched village. A thousand times described, photographed, admired, it owes its aura to the illustrious artists who once revealed it and left an ever-lively cultural imprint.

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