It's been about a week since I wrote about my previous destination, meanwhile I've been travelling to other locations. I am on my last location at the moment which I will post about in about a week.
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For the past 7 days I've been staying in a village called Apt, Vaucluse located in south of France. The house was a renewed picturesque farmers house surrounded by lavender plants and wasps, located on top of a mountain. (Thank god, as I am quiet aloof from time to time)
My view was the amazing medieval village of Saignon.
The name 'Saignon' comes from the Latin 'signum', which means 'sign' as the gigantic rock, sheltering the village, overlooking the town of Apt and served, with signaling lights to communicate at long intervals between Gallic populations before the Roman invasion (the town of Apt was founded in 50 BC).
Here another great view of the wine orchards.