For a pleasant stay in one of the ‘most beautiful villages in France’, welcome to your bed and breakfast in Gordes, a perched village in Vaucluse. Clinging to the side of the Vaucluse plateau, overlooking the Cavaillon plain, the houses in Gordes stack up at the foot on the imposing Renaissance chateau, which now houses the Pol Mara museum, and the town hall, along the winding ‘calades’, narrow paved streets. From your bed and breakfast in Gordes, take a trip to the ‘village des Bories’, these curious rounded constructions of dry stone, whose origins go back to the bronze age, and the ‘Moulin des Bouillons’, an oil mill listed as a historic monument, the oldest preserved mill with all its working parts. A village of famous artists such as Marc Chagall, Victor Vasarely and Pol Mara, Gordes is a much-appreciated cultural centre with many artistic events. Enjoy the quiet under the provençal sun in a bed and breakfast in Gordes with Samedi Midi.