Domaine de Capelongue

Address: Chemin les Cabanes, Bonnieux, Provence, 84480, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Chemin les Cabanes, Bonnieux, is near Fort de Buoux (Citadelle du Luberon).
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      Travel Blogs from Bonnieux

      Not your typical day in Provence

      A travel blog entry by labellevie on Nov 14, 2014

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      ... and turned out to be a fascinating afternoon. The Camp des Milles is a memorial/museum and set up in an old tile factory that was used as an internment camp during WWII. From 1939-1942 it was used in three different capacities by the French government; first as an internment camp for foreigners who were assumed to be spies or in cooperation with the Nazi regime aka "enemy subjects", second as a transit and internment ...

      A Little Variety

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 31, 2014

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      ... it was mined a year. Now the area has been returned to a natural state and is listed as a conservation area. There is a 50 minute walking trail through the site. It reminds me very much of the red hills in Southern Utah near Zion but much smaller. It’s full of families. We think it must be fall break based on the number of kids who are not in school! The walk is lovely and we enjoy being in nature.

      We then visit the ...

      Slowing Down

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 28, 2014

      8 photos

      ... of France is very Mediterranean. It’s dry, rocky and green. In some ways it reminds us of Utah or Colorado and many of the plants are the same. But then we notice the grapes, olives and tall skinny junipers and it isn’t like home at all. We can see the Alps in the distance but it’s quite hazy from smoke. It appears that people burn their yard waste and with all the hills it settles over the ...

      On to the Luberon

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 25, 2014

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      ... started out as a village and the Saint-Andre Abbey in the 10th century. In the 12th Century the Kings of France were trying to expand their borders. King Louis VIII signed a partnership with the Saint-Andre abbot and agreed to fortify the hill. The abbot withdrew from the bishop of Avignon and the 2 sides were in opposition from then on. The fort itself was built in the 1360's during the times of ...

      Aix

      A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Sep 16, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... France, within half a day, their wonderful fresh baguettes start going stale! Goes to show how fresh the bread here is and how filled with other **** and preservatives the Australian stuff can be. At less than $1 for a beautiful baguette, you can afford to buy a fresh one every day (or even twice a day for that matter!), and that’s what the locals do. You see everyone from kids in prams to grandparents walking along holding a baguette, sticking out of their hand bag, attached ...