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The cave where the first source of water was supposed to be seen was dry because it was summer. The walk was pleasant but it was quite a distance and steep in some parts especially going towards the source. The displays for sale at the...More
In the summer (i.e. August), there is no water; just an empty cave. It is a pleasant walk from the village though along a footpath and the village itself is pretty and has everything you need to while away the time. There is no visitor...More
La Fontaine de Vaucluse is a great place to visit when it is full of water. We went there in the fall after days of rain so it was pretty spectacular. If you have seen beautiful cascades and waterfalls in Colorado, USA, then this is...More
Day 7: The Lubéron are a series of beautiful hilltop villages perched on the side of mountains (Monts de Vaucluse). They are the referred to as the Tuscany of France. They require dedicated days, even a week, to go through them all. Access to them...More
This little pearl in the Luberon is a sight for a sore eye. Situated on a beautiful stream, la Sorge, which boasts a extraordinary green color, it is under an old castle and high ridges of the Vaucluse. Worth a stop and a stroll.
This area and town surrounding the river Sorgue is really beautiful, tranquil and worth the stop here. The town sits right up against the rock hills with the picturesque river below. Very small and manageable with not too many tourists, makes it a great place...More
We had a rental car. Traveling through Provence is very difficult without one. There is no mass transit between the cities. There may be some buses but not sure about that. I was hesitant about driving but it was really... More
We had a rental car. Traveling through Provence is very difficult without one. There is no mass transit between the cities. There may be some buses but not sure about that. I was hesitant about driving but it was really quite easy. You must visit Fontaine de Vaucluse! It’s so beautiful! Good luck!
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