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The Luberon, Gordes…

and the Auberge de Carcarille at the foot of the village

Facing the hills of the Luberon, perched atop its rocky hill, the village of Gordes invites you to discover its history, art, gastronomy… Classified among the most beautiful villages of France (an official label) and bathed in sunshine 300 days a year, it offers one of the most beautiful vistas of the Luberon region. Its houses, clinging to the sides of the Vaucluse plateau and overlooking the plain of Cavaillon, nestle around the foot of its imposing renaissance chateau and its church that is approached through the winding and sloped cobbled streets. A village of artists celebrated by Marc Chagall, Victor Vasarely and Pol Mara, Gordes is a cultural delight not to be missed in Provence.

While staying in our hotel, you will be able to visit Gordes and its immediate surroundings: the chateau, open from Tuesday to Sunday, gives the village its look of an impregnable citadel (temporary exhibitions), the church of Saint Firmin, the Caves du Palais Saint Firmin (semi-troglodytic cellars), the Vitrail Musuem and the Moulin des Bouillons at 5 km from the hotel, the village of Les Bories hugging the slopes of the Monts de Vaucluse just 5 km away with its superb dry stone huts that were used as shelters by shepherds and peasants, the Abbaye de Sénanque 15 km away, a superb Cistercian monastery founded in 1148, which sits on its bed of lavender in the summer and is bathed in light.


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