Visiting this beautiful village in the late afternoon was something rather special. Known as the golden hour in photography, the warmer hues of this soft light boasted the village’s medieval beauty. Near to the car park (the village is pedestrian only) lies a cemetery alive with flowers. Nestled among the hills and overlooking the colourful fields, I couldn’t help but feel that this would be such a peaceful place to rest.
Closed for winter, we walked around admiring the scenery. The ruins of the small chapel, complete with bell-tower, was a charming centre-piece.
Retaining it’s medieval properties, the village had an outdoor theatre, complete with columns and windows framing the stunning views.
In the summer the restaurant terrace opens and I can’t wait to go, come noon and night. I’ve got a feeling it could become one of my “locals” – fingers crossed the food is as good as the scenery. (For anyone wanting to visit there’s a hotel and b&b in the village too).
- Real Estate in La Drôme (aprovinciallife.wordpress.com)