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3 Nov 2016
12 Oct 2016
“Ochre mines”
Place de la Mairie, 84220 Roussillon, Gordes, France
+33 6 66 82 52 07
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Reviewed 3 November 2016

Late afternoon in Roussillon : Spectacular "Ocre" color village . A lot of beautiful ocre colored houses , shops galleries and cafes . Two stunning lookouts (belvederes) : One near "Les Sentier des Ocres" , second - further up from Eglise Saint-Michel , behind the...More

4  Thank saul g
Reviewed 12 October 2016

Roussillon is a small village in southern France (Provence). Set at the top of a hill, its buildings, houses and walls display hues typical of the local ochre mines (another must-see program - one can walk through them). Another full-day program, but the best view...More

Thank CharlesBonato
Reviewed 10 September 2016

This village stands out from the rest of the villages in Luberon with its ochre colour hilltop cliffs. Must see and photograph village. Recommend parking down below and walking up through the streets to see the different coloured houses.

1  Thank 1971_RH
Reviewed 7 July 2016 via mobile

This village should be visited by everyone who loves beauty. The setting and colors of the earth are matched by those of the town, a protected monument for 80 yr.

Thank johnStaBarbara
Reviewed 4 July 2016 via mobile

Been there at the evening - village and it's hills were so beautiful during the sunset. It was almost empty...without a tourists. Parking was free after 7pm.

Thank kate_rohoza
Reviewed 21 May 2016

Rustic, colorful hilltop town visible from long distance as its red-ocher cliffs and village structures set it off quite well. The town itself is much like others in Provence---small shops, wonderful cafes and restaurants, fantastic views of the countryside and warm ' engaging residents.

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Reviewed 6 October 2015

We kept seeing this village from a distance as we drove around Provence, since the red-rocked cliffs are hard to miss. We finally made it here on market day and thoroughly enjoyed the town. While the market is small compared to many others in the...More

1  Thank janiewa
Reviewed 10 September 2015

A gorgeous village, that has buildings coloured from the local sand. Around every corner is a picture opportunity. Lots of quaint shops & cafes abound.

2  Thank hokimai
Reviewed 5 September 2015

Accidentally ended up in the quaint village by driving around and exploring in Provence, and what a find! It's absolutely stunning! The ocre mounts all around the place as well as the colors of the houses in the village are just inspirational for any artist....More

2  Thank Fabster74
Reviewed 15 August 2015

Cute small town among the tourist area. WIth the pigment of color from local sand was fantastic / amazing.

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