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Les Mourres

Les Mourres, 04300, Forcalquier, France
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Dramatic landscape

This area is beautiful and rugged. The granite boulders are magnificent and in June the terrain is... read more

Reviewed June 5, 2016
Anne H
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Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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Perfect visit

Recently we stayed in Forcalquiet, France at the home of Stephanie LePage. It was a superb home... read more

Reviewed April 28, 2016
guydreamer
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San Francisco, California
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Jun 5, 2016
“Dramatic landscape”
Apr 28, 2016
“Perfect visit”
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Les Mourres, 04300, Forcalquier, France
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Reviewed June 5, 2016 via mobile

This area is beautiful and rugged. The granite boulders are magnificent and in June the terrain is covered with fragrant wild thyme and dotted with glorious tiny pink native orchids. This is the stony arid Provence that is familiar from films such as Jean De...More

Thank Anne H
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Reviewed April 28, 2016

Recently we stayed in Forcalquiet, France at the home of Stephanie LePage. It was a superb home with all the amenities one could want situated in the heart of this village. Surely, we will return as well as recommend this home to all our friends...More

Thank guydreamer
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Reviewed July 7, 2015

Two kilometers north of Forcalquier, along the D12 direction Fontienne, stands the spectacular landscape of Les Mourres. They look like giant mushrooms and are the remainders of aquatic vegetation in a lacustrine deposists from the late Oligocene (25 million years ago). There is an information...More

Thank Wiebe_1952
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