Located at the foot of the Monts de Vaucluse Cabrières d'Avignon is a picturesque village of dry stone and has authentic character. In the surrounding countryside, some Bories farms, mostly dating from the seventeenth and eighteenth. s were converted into second homes
the infamous Wall of Death passes near the village, once built to protect the inhabitants of Vaison in the Great Plague of Marseille 1720. Cabrières, it will take up Eastern Méthamis.
Above the village a beautiful forest of 5 hectares of large cedars planted in 1860 will offer shade and cool for a picnic break.
The Wall of Death. Castle XIII. Lavender Museum in Coustellet.
Hiking. Cedar forest of 5 hectares. Cinema. Summer events.
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