Right in the heart of the sleepy, unspoilt village of Cabrieres D'Avignon this sunny house makes the ideal base for a comfortable family holiday. Creeper-clad patios for alfresco eating, a large child-protected pool and several shady corners to retreat to with a good book or a glass of chilled wine.
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Cycling in the Luberon is fantastic, with quiet windy roads for the roadies and fantastic singletrack and fireroads for the off-roaders. In the interests of accurate research, I’ve been trying to do a little of both and can heartily recommend either. In the bottom of the valley, running between Coustellet and Apt is an “Avenue … Read more »
The heart of the Vaucluse holds the secret to its name: an enormous, powerful river that starts from a sinkhole beneath high limestone cliffs in a blind, closed valley. The volume of water coming out of the ground varies with the weather but is always enough to generate a river from apparently nothing, springing from … Read more »
The Luberon National Park in the Vaucluse region of Provence is a scenic area of forested slopes, mediaeval hilltop villages, castles, ancient ochre mines and Roman sites. Its narrow country lanes, and rocky, rugged terrain are a haven for cyclists. For the most dedicated amongst you the infamous Mt Ventoux is nearby, for those who … Read more »
The Abbaye of Thoronet was the first Cistercian monastery in Provence, so most of the buildings date from the 12th century. They exhibit that classical calm and stripped down elegance that much 12th century religious architecture has. A meditative clarity that is refreshing and restorative for those of us surrounded by adverts, traffic and noise. … Read more »
This is a beautiful walk that one could happily do in spring – or even in the full heat of summer, as the latter part of the walk is down a narrow and shaded valley, and the first part is higher than most of the valley so should still provide some respite. I happened to … Read more »