Clinging precariously to an ancient limestone baou (Provençal for ‘rocky spur’), this fortified hilltop village is one of the most visited in France (best seen as a day trip, and avoid the summer crowds if you can). It’s easy to understand its popularity: narrow cobbled streets wend car-free past ancient houses, up to a splendid ruined castle.
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