Why I am Crazy About Bonnieux in the Luberon
I must admit, at first I wasn’t crazy about the village of Bonnieux. I thought it was a little too busy, a little rougher around the edges than some of my favourites in Provence. But after staying two weeks just below the village, I am now smitten.
Each day as I walked the steep street up into the village and took my time slowly exploring the narrow cobbled streets, I began to get to this village.
Read Cobblestones and Vineyards to discover why Cheryl is now “Crazy about Bonnieux” and why it might be a Luberon village that you should add to your “must visit” list. It’s easy to understand how you could be tempted by the handmade gelato, the boulangerie, the pizzeria or any one of the cafés with a perched terrace. However, it is in the steep cobblestone alleyways where you will discover the magic of Bonnieux.