Belle-Vue Rock

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Belle-Vue Rock

Vaucluse’s Belle-Vue Rock


35 m high, the Saignon rock, called Belle- Vue, identifies the village. It overlooks and protects the Apt valley. Panoramic view on the Calavon river, Mount ventoux, Lure, (see orientation table on the site). It is a natural site which was used in the past as a protection against invasions (3rd to 9th centuries). Wells, halls, stairs, the rock is a genuine fortress and was the base to 3 different medieval castles, the ruins of which can still be seen. Contact : Mairie de Saignon tél. 04 90 74 16 30.

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