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  • 1. Château de Lourmarin

    Loumarin's Renaissance-era château, which was privately restored in the 1920s to appealing near-perfection, is the town's main draw. The "new" wing (begun in 1526 and...Read More

  • 2. Palais des Papes

    This colossal palace creates a disconcertingly fortresslike impression, underlined by the austerity of its interior. Most of the original furnishings were returned to Rome with...Read More

  • 3. Palais des Papes


    This colossal palace creates a disconcertingly fortresslike impression, underlined by the austerity of its interior. Most of the original furnishings...Read More

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  • 4. Castellet

    This 15th-century fortress juts out at the prow of Ménerbes....Read More

  • 5. Château

    Despite Tarascon's modern-day drawbacks, with the walls of its formidable château plunging straight into the roaring Rhône, this ancient city on the river presents a...Read More

  • 6. Château

    If you're disinclined to spend your holiday sniffing and sipping, climb the hill to the ruins of the château. Though it was destroyed in the...Read More

  • 7. Château

    Fontaine has its own ruined château, perched romantically on a forested hilltop over the town and illuminated at night. First built around the year 1000...Read More

  • 8. Château d'If

    In the 16th century, François I recognized the strategic advantage of an island fortress surveying the mouth of Marseille's vast harbor and built this imposing...Read More

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  • 9. Château de Cassis

    This imposing castle has loomed over the harbor since the invasions of the Saracens in the 7th century, evolving over time into a walled enclosure...Read More

  • 10. Château de Gordes

    The only way you can get into this château is by paying to see a collection of photo paintings by pop artist Pol Mara, who...Read More

  • 11. Château de Lacoste

    Little but jagged ruins remain of the once magnificent Château de Lacoste, where the Marquis de Sade (1740–1814) spent some 30 years of his life,...Read More

  • 12. Château du Barroux

    With grand vaulted rooms and a chapel dating to the 12th century, this château is Le Barroux's main draw. Some of its halls serve as...Read More

  • 13. Ducal Palace

    The Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the 17th century are on display at the 1,000-year-and-counting residence of the Dukes of Uzès (when the blue flag...Read More

  • 14. Palais de Longchamp

    La Canebière

    This extravagant and grandiose 19th-century palace, inaugurated in 1869, was built to celebrate the completion of an 84-km (52-mile) aqueduct bringing the water of the...Read More

  • 15. Tour et Remparts d'Aigues Mortes

    The walls and towers of this Gothic fortress, once a state-of-the-art marvel, are astonishingly well preserved. The stout ramparts now contain the tourist-filled village of...Read More

  • 16. Les Luminessences d'Avignon

    As if the Palais des Papes weren't spectacular enough, twice nightly (at 9:15 and 10:15) for six weeks in August and September, the magical Luminessences...Read More

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