Lacoste is a quiet perched medieval village with steep cobblestone streets of beautiful and fascinating architecture leading up to the remains of the 11th century chateau, once owned by the infamous Marquis de Sade. Stunning views of the Luberon valley can be admired from here and from a few of the cafés with suspended terraces. In summer there is a Provencal market in the village every Tuesday morning, a music festival at the end of July and in mid-August a concert is held in the stone quarry near the Chateau.

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