Scenes of Provence: Gordes


Good morning! Still reminiscing of our all-too-short recent trip to Provence, France, I thought I’d bring you another installment today. This time, join me on a quick trip to one of the largest hilltop villages in the region, Gordes. Wander the charming stone paved alleyways and soak up the stunning views of the city, which seems to cascade down the Monts de Vaucluse it’s perched upon.









IMG_9203 What a breathtaking view this was, with a clear view of the town’s castle, located right in the middle of the village. The stone structure dates back to the 10th century and was remodeled during the Renaissance in 1525. These sweeping views over the Luberon Valley left me utterly charmed and breathless, and eager to return. Sigh…

Have a wonderful day,

Holly x

3 Responses to “Scenes of Provence: Gordes”

  1. SO lovely! I know where I need to go next time I’m in Europe

  2. Chantal says:

    The roads of Provence will get even busier with tourists if you continue teasing them with all these beautiful villages!

  3. Ciara says:

    Gorgeous shots Holly, you’re making me want to run out and book a flight to France asap! There really is nothing more romantic than a French village, you captured it beautifully!

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