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All reviews beautiful village hill overlooking spectacular views restaurants and shops magnificent sight vantage point town view luberon valley the cliff perched villages cobblestone streets definitely worth a visit park your car minute drive south of france parking place google maps
This was one of our favourite villages in Provence - well worth a visit. It’s best appreciated from a distance so it’s worth going for a walk and then looking back to take in the full view of all the gorgeous stone buildings piled up...More
With 2 young kids on tow, we walked around the village and enjoyed the views. Not easy for old people to walk the cobbled streets. Nice Instagram corners everywhere. Lots of restaurants and cafes to choose from. Easy to park except when summer the car...More
We loved it so much when we visited two years ago that we decided to return and rent a villa (bastidon) for a week. Founded in 1031, it’s been ravaged by disease, earthquakes, and wars but always comes back stronger and more beautiful. The signature...More
This is one of the -many- ‘most beautiful villages in France’ located on a hilltop in the heart of Provence.
We got there in a weekend day and it’s been very crowded so finding a parking place has been very difficult and finding a free...More
A spectacular town. Ancient houses build on the mountain. High above the green fields of Provence. Nice and good restaurants and a place to make photography
Including dinning and walk around it will take you 2-3 hours or less.
One of the most scenic towns in all of Provence and possibly France. Wandering around the town is calming (and also a workout). There are many options for meals, coffee, and shopping. The photo opportunities are endless.
It's way prettier from far way than actually on it... Absurdly small, with expensive (and bad) restaurants, and nothing to see it, looks like a movie set. I love small villages, but I wouldn't stay on this particular one... More
It's way prettier from far way than actually on it... Absurdly small, with expensive (and bad) restaurants, and nothing to see it, looks like a movie set. I love small villages, but I wouldn't stay on this particular one, Roussillon and Bonnieux are small villages more authentic and less pricier, imo.
Response from twiggsLondon | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you are allowed to enter Gordes by car, but you cannot park in the center, which is not big...drive up into the village, there's a roundabout, turn left out of the center, and there's a car park further up on the street... More
Yes, you are allowed to enter Gordes by car, but you cannot park in the center, which is not big...drive up into the village, there's a roundabout, turn left out of the center, and there's a car park further up on the street on your left...or park below, as someone else suggested...before Gordes...we always park after, much easier...
With regards to Roussillon, you need to park below, as there's rarely any douces to park up by the village itself, and it's exoensive to park! Enjoy...😉