Located in the National Natural Park of the Luberon, Grambois is a charming hill-top Provençal village. It has kept its character and style with its paved streets, squares and old stone-houses. In the 14th century, Grambois was one of the 12 fortresses which explains its rich heritage and preservation from contemporary constructions. One of Marcel Pagnol’s films, La Gloire de mon Père, was filmed here.
What makes this Village special
Things to visit: Take a walk in the village, and see the old ramparts with the Porte des templiers, the 9th century Château (privately owned), Notre Dame de Beauvoir church built in the 11th century, the art workshops and shops (pottery, sculptures, paintings, Santons, furniture and jewellery…)