It may be a small town in the Vaucluse region of southeastern France, but Caromb is bursting with character. Boasting fourteen fountains, many from the 18th and 19th century, the oldest one is the 1369 Fontaine du Chateau. Located in the small square, Place du Chateau, it’s one of the oldest in Provence. Enjoy the centre of the village and take a seat at the café, watching the locals go about their day, or meander around the narrow streets searching for the vaulted passageways beneath the buildings. Look out for the tall ancient tower in the centre of the village and the wonderful sandstone church of Saint Maurice. Located in the Rhone Valley, make sure you visit a vineyard and experience the wonders of the local renowned wines. Then there's a daily cherry market and another market on a Tuesday. If you can, try the local delicacy; pork and white kidney beans au gratin for a truly French flavour.