twon hall vaugines

3 km from Cucuron, 6 km from Lourmarin, 7 km from Cadenet, Ansouis, Buoux, 8 km from Villelaure, 9 km from Cabrières-d'Aigues, 10 km from Saignon, 11 km from Apt

GPS : Longitude : 5.417222 E - Latitude : 43.778889 N
Altitude : 386 m
Population : 573

Dominated by the southern hills of the Luberon, surrounded by beautiful forests, Vaugines is a typically calm Provençal village, with its main square, old buildings and narrow streets. The Capitainerie (a superb Renaissance town house) and the church of Saint-Barthélemy are amongst its main attractions. At the crossroads of a number of main walking circuits (chemins de Grande Randonnée), the village is renowned as an ideal place for visitors who enjoy discovering nature, whether on foot, on a bicycle or on horseback.

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What to see, what to visit: the Romanesque rustic church of Saint-Barthélemy from 1004, the ancient chapel of the Abbey of Psalmody (rebuilt during the thirteenth century), the Romanesque chapel of Saint-Joseph (restored in 1987), the nineteenth-century oratories of Saint-Joseph, Saint-Barthélemy nineteenth century, Notre-Dame, twentieth century.
Activities available: walking and horse riding, mountain biking, pétanque…

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Festivities : Patron saint's day (fête votive) for Saint Louis, around the 15th of August.