Staying golden in Gordes

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A labyrinth of cobbled calades

Here’s another few snippets from my visit to the sand-washed and quaint commune that is Gordes. We spent a few hours here exploring the narrow and winding labyrinth of cobbled ‘calades’, awing at every corner of the place with it’s photogenic houses glorious landscape views. Gordes is located in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region in southeastern France, and remains one of the most famous villages of the Provence!

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The most photogenic house my eyes have seen

This is probably my most favourite building in the whole of Gordes (unless I unfortunately missed out on something else). The pale blue timber door and stone-washed faćade along with it’s complimentary greenery had me staying at this spot for about 20 minutes, literally just admiring it (and taking several photographs..). FYI, the synchronisation with my outfit choice was unintentional. There was another lady also visiting the village who was wearing exactly the same dress as me, and a little boater hat with very similar flats haha – unbelievable!

 

OUTFIT DETAILS

Playsuit 
– Zara (Similar HERE)
Shoes – H&M (Similar HERE)
Hat – Oliver Bonas HERE

FYI I’ve got some exciting winter trips coming up within the next few months, and I’m thinking of doing more extensive travel guides! Watch this space..

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6 Comments

  1. Diana
    September 23, 2017 / 2:49 pm

    What a beautiful house, and your outfit matches the scene so well! You look lovely xx

    http://mylovelierdays.com

    • September 23, 2017 / 4:06 pm

      Thank you! Such a coincidence to find this house perfectly matching my outfit haha..

  2. September 23, 2017 / 9:45 pm

    It looks an amazing place and you look so gorgeous! While traveling, I’m like you, I always find a dream house to take pics in front of it. You can find a very interesting and pure architecture in small places.
    Kisses,
    E.
    http://www.withcapitale.com

    • September 24, 2017 / 5:37 pm

      Thank you, Eva! I totally agree.. never would have known this little house even existed had I not explored the small winding and hidden streets of this area 😉

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