RWC: 10 reasons to visit the Luberon region in southern France

The rugby hasn’t turned out as planned for most Wallabies fans travelling through France at the moment, but fortunately it’s been hard to fault the hospitality of the host nation.  Rugby News, and some close friends, were lucky enough to be invited to spend a week in one of the hidden gems of southern France, the Luberon region.  Wedged in between Avignon and Marseille in the countryside of southern France, the Luberon is picturesque and really does have something for everyone, even if your national side does let you down at the start and end of your stay.  Here are 10 reasons why you should book a trip to the Luberon in the next year or two.  The countryside Vineyards, castles, fortified villages, farm land, forests and natural springs. The Luberon has got it all and each corner you turn is equally as beautiful as the last.  In the mornings during September and October, the sun rises late and an orange glow lights up the countryside as you wake. At night
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