In the hilltop village of Oppède
Quick, illico! It seems some travelers are in need of Luberon info! Can you please help by responding to the following questions (any tips received via email will be automatically posted to the comments box).
- Which villages to see in the Luberon?
- Where to stay in the Luberon? B&B, hotels... gîtes...
- What to do in the Luberon?
- Where to eat in the Luberon?
More French Word-A-Day Reader Guides:
to do in the Loire Valley? Que Faire dans la Vallée de la Loire?
What to do in Paris? Que Faire à Paris?
What to do in Aix-en-Provence? Que Faire à Aix-en-Provence?
Where to rent a car in France? Où louer une voiture en France?
Some villages in the Luberon (which are your favorites? Click to comment)
Cavaillon, Apt, Ansouis, Manosque, Pertuis, Roussillon, Gordes, Goult, Lacoste, Oppède (pictured), Maubec, Bonnieux, Saignon, Céreste, Ménerbes, Lourmarin, Cucuron, Forcalquier
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