Tour of villages of Provence


It is in the Vaucluse and the Var you will find some of the most picturesque villages of Provence

In the Var, do not forget to visit the hilltop villages of Fayence. Montauroux Fayence, Callian, Seillans, Tourrettes, Saint-Paul-en-Forêt, Mons, Tanneron.

This type of hilltop village is considered typical Provencal, well protected on their rocky promontory they kept their medieval character. The most famous in Provence are: Séguret, Menerbes, Gordes Eygalieres, Puget-Théniers, La Garde-Freinet, Tourettes-sur-Loup Cagnes, Gattières, Oppède, Oppedette, Les Baux-de-Provence, Le Beaucet, Le Beausset Carros, Carri and Caromb and the village of Roussillon, famous for its ocher cliffs surrounding it.

-Séguret is located in the Vaucluse north of Montmirail and west Mont Ventoux. The village is built at the foot of a hill topped by a castle in ruins. Séguret was elected one of the "most beautiful villages in France"

-Gordes is one of the most visited villages of the Luberon Regional Park. Perched on a rock, the village is classified among the most beautiful villages in France with its rich and varied heritage.

-Tourrettes-sur-Loup is a medieval village located on a rocky outcrop dropping sheer, houses its external form as a bulwark and recall the villafe of Bonifacio in Corsica, no sea well on.

Les Baux-de-Provence, one of the most beautiful villages in France, but unfortunately is mostly a tourist spot than a place to live.

If you want to stay in Provence, Lodging, bed and breakfasts, campsites, seasonal rentals, hotels are all way to stay in the area. We find campgrounds everywhere, for all tastes and budgets, from 15 to 25 euros per pitch a tent two people.

As for seasonal rentals, farmhouses and lodgings, one can find thousands on the Internet, some are accrued, remember to book several months in advance for a summer holiday.