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Did this visit around lunchtime on a cloudy June day and there was only one other couple there. It's a massive site and takes well over an hour to get around it all, and that's after the 10/15 minute walk up from the car park...More
This is one of the best places of its type I've ever been to. It's off the beaten track and it's quite a hike to the top but the upside of that is is that even at the height of the holidays there are very...More
The Fort de Buoux is well worth the detour if visiting the area as it is not on the way to anywhere. You have to park (even bicycles) and then quite a long walk to climb up to the Fort, including some somewhat tenuous sections...More
If you're in the area you have to put this on your list. It's hard to describe the experience but it's just mindblowing to imagine this was built as an actual fort and habitation. What a location, what boldness, what hardship. Inspiring leaders these must...More
Very few tourists and the big staircase are some of the highlights of the site. Having done small village upon small village in Luberon, this was a bit different of an experience in that there weren't that many tourists, but plenty of beautiful views of...More
If you like visiting old ruins...with a good view at the top, then this is for you. I'd suggest that you check the weather before setting off or maybe give them a phone call. The fort is closed in wet or windy weather and if...More
Pleasantly surprised by this little gem in the Luberon.
Entrance is only a modest 5 or 6 Euro's but you get a great view over the surrounding area and a glimps into times long gone.
The size of the site suprised me, I think we...More
This is an extraordinary natural site. You pass under a huge cantilevered rock to access the bottom of the fort, which is actually a natural stone castle which was populated and fortified since Roman times, and probably before. It was continuously occupied until Louis XIV...More