Le Pavillon de Beauregard
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... mirrored shelter which shows the port from so many different angles. your view is constantly changing. I love this element about reflections, "are they true representations of real life?". Completing a full lap of the port, we shortly came to an art gallery/ museum. I can honestly say it was the best I have seen. the architecture was immense; the best thing about it was that you entered it through the roof. Crossing a bridge, overlooking the Mediterranean ...
We started the day with a delightful French continental breakfast
After breakfast we commenced our last walk to Rustrel where would be picked up and returned to our accommodation. My pedometer failed me today, so was not able to indicate how many steps we did, but it was about 12kms.
After a poor manīs breakfast we embarked on the next walk.
We checked out from the Alberge des Seguins and commenced our walk onto Saignon.
Today I walked 8270 steps, about 6-7 kms, not as long as the last few days
... Farm before ascending to the top of the crest of Luberon. From this point we could see Mount Luberon (Mourre Negre) 1125m giving us panoramic views.
We continued on a descent passing through some beautiful forests walking along ...
... villas. After we reached the Col du Pointe pass we reached the Grand Luberon. A quaint path through the oak forests lead us to Chateaux du Buoux, then up to the 12th century Chapelle de Ste Marie. Passing the tiny village of Buoux we walked alongside the imposing cliffs ( not too close though), before taking a cobbled mule track descending in hairpin turns to the base of the Aigueburn Valley, where the Auberge des ...