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Lourmarin The Most Romantic Village of the Luberon

Here’s a tip! When your husband asks if you would like to be dropped off in the village of Lourmarin for the day, you just say “Yes!” You don’t question it. You just go. You won’t be disappointed.

Read the original Cobblestones and Vineyards article for Cheryl’s photos of Lourmarin a village she describes as intoxicating and romantic. She is not alone in her infatuation with this Luberon village our other contributors Susan Manfull Newman of the Provence WineZine and Caroline Longstaffe gush about this quaint town with its cobbled streets and plenty of cafés with tables that spill onto the sidewalk.

Lourmarin Tourist Office
Open Monday – Saturday 10h to 12h30 and 15h to 18h
Place H. Barthelemy
84160 Lourmarin
Tel : +33 (0)4 90 68 10 77

Must See in Lourmarin:

Friday morning market
Chateau de Lourmarin
Café Gaby


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Cheryl Shufflebotham

Although, Cheryl and her husband live in upstate New York, she tells us that she is always yearning, planning, maneuvering to make her way back to France.

Cheryl's love for France started almost eleven years ago with "a once in a lifetime" ten-year anniversary trip. These wannabe expats have been back every year since that trip!

Cheryl's first French love is the region of Burgundy, but then a few years ago, she discovered Provence. Now she admits that she is torn between Burgundy and Provence. It sounds like Provence has her spellbound, "I can’t quite put a finger on what it is about Provence, but its intoxication keeps luring me back for more."

Cheryl started her blog Cobblestone and Vineyards to explore the simple charms of France, those small details that capture the heart.

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