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Travel: France – Roussillon & Itinerary ‘3-village tour in the Luberon’

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Today I present to you one more Luberon-village: Roussillon!

This was the last stop of our ‘three-village tour of the Luberon’ we did in April. Below I will share with you our itinerary, but first let me tell you a bit more about Roussillon.

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Travel: France – Ménèrbes

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Last week I told you about a beautiful village in the Luberon and today I do exactly the same! This time I take you to Ménèrbes… why don’t you jump on board?!

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Travel: France – Oppède-le-Vieux

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In today’s travelpost, I take you to a very quiet, quaint, charming and picturesque village in the middle of the Luberon: Oppède-le-Vieux.

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Travel: France – Gordes, Abbaye de Senanque

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When visiting Gordes, you are just a stone’s throw away from Abbaye de Senanque… so why not include that in your daytrip?! Let me tell you more about our visit…

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Travel: France – Gordes

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Gordes in the Luberon has been named one of the most beautiful villages in France… and wandering around this little mountain village, you can easily see why. Let me take you on a little tour!

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Travel: France – Saint-Rémy-de-Provence – A walk through town

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Saint-Rémy-de-Provence has plenty to offer. I already wrote a travelpost about Saint-Paul-de-Mausole (Van Gogh!) and about Glanum (ancient city!) and today I take you on a stroll through the centre of this pleasant town in the Alpilles.

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Travel: France – Saint-Rémy-de-Provence – Glanum

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Last week I told you about Saint-Paul-de-Mausole, a monastery in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, the town we stayed in during our recent holiday in the Provence. Not far from this monastery you can find Glanum, the ruins of an ancient city of which you can read in today’s travelpost.

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