Saint Saturnin-Lès-Apt
St. Saturnin-Lès-Apt  is one of the little hidden gems that make Provence
so special.  The pace of life here is unhurried, as befits a village with
close to 1,000 years of history.  And best of all, it's unspoiled - one of
the reasons we are so happy to call it home.

Spend a few hours strolling around - sample the delights at the
wonderful bakeries - sit at one of the three cafés and do some
people-watching - perhaps a game of
pétanque - and definitely not to be
missed, a walk up to the castle ruins above the village for some of the
best views to be found anywhere in the
Luberon.  

We are lucky to have a number of excellent restaurants, a well-stocked
grocery store, a green grocer, a butcher - in short, all life's essentials.  
And the market on Tuesday morning is well worth a visit - small and
quaint - a different experience compared to the huge and boisterous
markets in Apt or Isle-sur-la-Sorgue.

Outdoor enthusiasts will be spoiled by the many miles of hiking and
biking trails in the surrounding hills.  Or just take a walk along the
back-country roads through vineyards and orchards and fields of
lavender.  

Come enjoy St. Saturnin-Lès-Apt - an authentic, peaceful and very
beautiful bit of Provence.
View of Saint Saturnin on the walk up to the castle.
Fountain in the village.
Bar cafe in Saint Saturnin.
View of Saint Saturnin-Les-Apt and the Lubeorn.
A nice spot to relax !
Church steeple and view of the Luberon.
One of the best views in the Luberon.
Fountain in Saint Saturnin.