Open 7 days a week, from 1st April to 20th November 2016, from 10am. Last visit at 6pm.
Explore this complex of dry stone walls buildings, constructed by peasants and herders, located between Bonnieux, one of France’s “most beautiful villages” and the Luberon cedar forest. A genuine, rural village, open 7 days a week, from 1st April to 20th November 2016, from 10am. Last visit at 6pm. Prior booking required all other months.
Private site, extending over 4 hectares, in middle of countryside, surrounded by oak trees and fragrant scrubland. More than 20 dry stone buildings, made from Luberon stone, including threshing pens, stone huts, water-gathering places (aiguiers), ovens and other magnificent structures.
Approximately 1 km walk from Bonnieux cedar forest to site or via trail departing from cherry cooperative. Approximately 500 m from campsite.
Free admission for under 12’s