Le Clos de Bourdin

Leading up to Saint-Martin-de-Castillon, this scenic route crosses the Caseneuve limestone plateau, occupied by a mosaic of agricultural lands: fields of lavender, vineyards and wheat seem to be lying in suspension opposite the Luberon Massif. Note the dry stone huts, crop terraces and wells... Simplistic, rural architecture bearing witness to a bygone era. This place is called the "Le Clos de Bourdin", with a "clos" denoting an enclosed plot.
In the distance, the Lure Mountain rises up, glorified by writer Jean Giono.