is in the Lubéron, a part of Provence made famous by Peter Mayle but still (except in high summer), largely unspoilt.

I visited in October. I have a very soft spot for hilltop towns, and this is  first-class example. The Town Hall belfry, with its wrought iron campanile, has a breathtaking view.

For a street view and a panorama, see

Recent Paintings

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