A picturesque village on the southern slopes of the Luberon,
Grambois is set in the Regional Nature Park of the Luberon. It has retained all the character of the Provence of
yesteryear. A number of scenes from the famous film La Gloire de mon père were filmed here by the director Yves Robert,
seduced by the narrow cobbled streets and the big stone central fountain. As you meander through the village, you can admire several
remnants of its rich past, such as the ramparts or the Templars' passageway.
What to see, what to visit: 11th and 13th century church, 1870 campanile, 14th century ramparts, Renaissance style houses. The Templars' passageway with geminate windows, santon making and ceramics workshops as well as many other arts and crafts workshops, exhibitions.
Recommended activities: walking and hiking circuits, tennis courts, pétanque, fishing, swimming.