The little village of Banon is famous for its eponymous cheese, chèvre de Banon – made from goat's milk, wrapped in a chestnut leaf and tied with raffia string. It's a prized local delicacy, eaten both fresh and cooked. You'll see it for sale at many local markets, including Banon's own on Tuesday morning. The town also hosts its own cheese festival in May.
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