Bonnieux pottery market
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Not to be Missed Easter Bonnieux Pottery Market

Contributor blog post by Ashley Tinker: The pottery market at Bonnieux is one of the many events happening this upcoming Easter weekend in Provence. This is one of my favourite pottery markets not only for the artists but for the location. Bonnieux is one of the hilltop towns located in the …

La Bergerie Restaurant Ferme de Capelongue in Bonnieux
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A Foodie Discovery at the Top of Bonnieux in the Luberon

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: One day while taking a walk up the very steep road behind Bonnieux, I saw signs for la Bastide de Capelongue and Édouard Loubet, Relais and Châteaux. Curious, I kept walking. I continued up past the village and onto a side road. I soon …

Le Fournil in Bonnieux The New Gold Standard @CobblestoneandVineyards
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Le Fournil in Bonnieux The New Gold Standard

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: For the last few years, I’ve heard mention of le Fournil in several gîte rental binders, and it had been on my list of restaurants to try. It did not disappoint! In fact, with each bite we were asking, “How soon can we get …

The 1st century Pont Julien in the Luberon #Luberon #Provence @PaulShawcrossUK
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The Pont Julien at Bonnieux

The Luberon in Provence is best known for its beautiful ‘villages perchés’ which visitors flock to in large numbers especially during July and August. Many are unaware of the existence of Pont Julien and indeed some visitors simply stumble upon it while visiting the most well known of these villages, …

Bonnieux view from Lacoste #Bonnieux #Lacoste #Luberon
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Touring in The Luberon Bonnieux

By Philippe Goninet Bonnieux is only located about 4 km from Lacoste and you can even see the village from Lacoste. Its name might come from “Bon Oeil” i.e. good eye for its spectacular view from many spots in the… Explore this Post Via:: Saint Remy de Provence and Around …

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Photographer and Writer Paul Shawcross Shares his Provence

France got in the way of Spain. That might be the way Paul Shawcross would describe his first taste of France in 1979. His plan was to drive through France en-route to discovering Spain. He stopped at a campground in Millau, part of the amazing Tarn River Gorge. It was …