A Small Village

Years ago when we first moved to Provence I bought a map book with very detailed information on highways, cities and villages in France. I did a lot of investigating of lavender routes which I highlighted in the book and if I read about an interesting city or village I highlighted it too. We had some extra time before heading to our B&B and I looked in my map book which I always keep in the car and saw several villages underlined so we picked one and headed there. The name was La Roque sur CÄ—ze, the CÄ—ze being a small river.

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As you can see, it was situated on a high hill. We climbed to the top.

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We passed this church on the way up-very plain and clean inside.

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The Chateau at the top, not opened for visitors.

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All of the buildings and streets were made of stone.

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We stopped at this place for a cool drink.

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Where the patio was covered with vines with lights hung up above.

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The poppies are almost finished but I got a photo of some as we left.

5 thoughts to “A Small Village”

  1. Looks like a great village! I love exploring rural France, and since I can’t, I sure enjoy doing it vicariously with you!

  2. What a luxury spare time is and then to have a lovely village to visit. The sky is amazing and I love how many times you included it in the pictures.

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