Taking up a dominant position on the Monts de Vaucluse mountains, facing the Luberon, the lovely little Provencal village of St Saturnin Les Apt is unspoilt and a joy to explore. Walking around the town itself you’ll be greeted with pretty streets which are lined with houses featuring ornate doorways. There are many lovely shops and places to eat, including a few inviting, excellent restaurants and bakeries, a grocery and butchers. There’s even a lively market on a Tuesday morning. A walk along the rue de la Republique is highly recommended If you fancy a walk, the castle ruins above the village presents stunning views across the Luberon. There’s also an 11th century Romanesque chapel in Saturnin Les Apt you can visit – one of the oldest around. Finally, take a walk or cycle through the surrounding hills. There’s a lovely lake nearby, and a walk through the oak forests might have you searching for truffles, which are ubiquitous in this region. There’s even a statue of a man holding a truffle in the centre of the village.