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The village of Gordes can be spotted from far away, with the village seeming to be set into the mountain, crowned with the grand château at the top. It's an ideal spot for those who enjoy walking, with steep winding trails that take you up through the village, allowing you to enjoy incredible views of the surrounding mountains. There are many historic sites dating back as far as Medieval times, and the village has a traditional, rustic atmosphere thanks to its beautifully preserved limestone buildings and walls which have been standing for hundreds of years.

Things to see

Château de Gordes sits atop a rocky mountain, overlooking the village and the Alps, and this Medieval fortress has features that date back to the 11th century. Most of it has been built in a Renaissance style, with battlements and watchtowers to be explored, and winding staircases to get you to the top of the castle for breathtaking views of Gordes. Senanque Abbey‎ is another important historic site in Gordes, and if you visit in spring you'll find this 12th century stone building surrounded by fields of scented lavender. Monks still live in this serene environment, tending to the lavender plants and bee keeping to create delicious local honey. There's a gift shop where you can buy unique handmade items made by the monks, or you can really immerse yourself in the life of the monks by taking a spiritual overnight retreat. The Village des Bories offers a fascinating glimpse into how people lived in the 19th century, and this open air museum has several limestone huts that have been restored. You'll be able to learn about how locals grew crops, made silk and leather, and see all the inventive tools that were created to make life easier.

Hotels in Gordes

There are many affordable hotels in Gordes, with the majority of properties offering comfortable 3 star accommodation that's ideal for leisurely holidays. You'll find facilities such as seasonal outdoor pools, restaurants, bars, and outdoor terraces where you can relax with a drink as the sun goes down. Many hotels have multilingual staff on hand to help with booking tickets and tours, and offer room service and other useful amenities. Outside of town you'll find luxury resorts such as hotels with spas, boasting 5 star facilities such as indoor and outdoor pools, spa tubs, poolside bars, and concierge services so that you can enjoy a relaxing stay.

Where to stay

The village of Gordes is set around the castle, with steep cobbled roads leading up the hill. Take a stroll through the winding trails and you'll find many cosy cafés, French bistros, and boutiques selling handmade souvenirs. Many of the rustic homes have been made out of chunky limestone, giving the village a unique look, and as you get towards the highest altitude of the village you can enjoy sweeping views of the surrounding mountains and woodland. Just outside the village, you'll be able to enjoy spectacular hiking and rock climbing, through canyons and past historic sites and memorials.

How to get to Gordes

Marseille Provence Airport is less than an hour away from Gordes by car, offering a wide choice of flights to cities across the UK and Europe, as well as a few transatlantic flights. Another option is the smaller Avignon – Provence Airport, also known as Avignon - Caumont Airport which is just half an hour from Gordes. There are a limited number of local buses around the area, although private shuttles from the airport are usually much faster. Gordes has a regular bus service to nearby Cavallion where you can connect with the fast and efficient SNCF train service to get you around France.

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