Lacoste across the vineyards @ShutrsSunflowrs
Caroline LongstaffeExplore: Travel in ProvenceVillages Towns and Cities

Lacoste and Ménerbes Two Captivating Luberon Villages

Contributor blog post by Caroline Longstaffe: Continuing our tour of Provence’s beautiful Luberon hillside villages; last time we took the D943 from Lourmarin, through the dramatic gorge to Bonnieux, Lacoste and Ménerbes now await. Lacoste, a tiny, sometimes forgotten perched village has breathtaking views across the sweeping Luberon landscape, Mont Ventoux and Les Alpes. …

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Lacoste #Luberon @AnthonyCraig
Explore: Travel in ProvenceGuest PostLocals Travel Tips

Goult and Lacoste Hidden Gems in the Luberon

After a 45-year business career with some of the largest corporations in the world, Anthony Craig called it quits. It was a milestone moment when he resigned from nine corporate boards, and he and his wife relocated to Provence. Craig is now a published author, his book It’s All About Lunch shares their story of renovations …

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Lacoste, from the Marquis de Sade to Pierre Cardin
Our House in ProvenceProvencal History & Traditions

Lacoste, from the Marquis de Sade to Pierre Cardin

Contributor blog post by Michel: Lacoste is a well-preserved village that sits on a mountain ridge with great views to the east across a valley filled with vineyards and orchards to Bonnieux and the Grand Luberon Mountains. At the top of the village are the ruins of the castle of …

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Lacoste Luberon Villages #Lacoste #Luberon @VaculuseDreamer
Explore: Travel in ProvenceJulie WhitmarshVillages Towns and Cities

L is for Lacoste

Contributor blog post by Vaucluse Dreamer We’ve been back home for a week and our tans are fading, so it’s time to return to my own A-Z of the Vaucluse as a way of helping to keep me going over the next few weeks until we travel down for another …

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Lacoste Art @ the Castle. The Marquis de Sade in Jail. #Lacoste
Philippe GoninetProvencal History & Traditions

The Marquis de Sade and Lacoste

By Philippe Goninet Donatien Alphonse François de Sade was born in Paris on June 2nd 1740. His most famous ancestor “Laure de Sade” (1308-1348) is known as the life love of the Poet Pétrarque. She is also linked to the Sade branch that will establish in Saint Remy. Explore this …

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Cassis #Provence @PaulShawcrossuk
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore: Travel in ProvenceLocals Travel TipsPaul Shawcross

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 …

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