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Saignon Unspoiled and Stunning Hilltop Village

The tranquil village of Saignon perched high on a hill above the town of Apt is a quintessential French village. From the cobblestone streets winding their way past colourful shutters, intricate doorways, gorgeous fountains, and an ancient lavoir (washhouse) to the rock of Saignon high above, this beautiful village is definitely worth a visit. Cheryl’s photos, find out where to stop for a glass of rosé in this charming Luberon village perché.


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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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