Today we invite you to discover one of the most beautiful French villages. A little corner of paradise nestled between two mountains in the heart of the Verdon: Moustiers-Sainte-Marie.

The history of the village has been linked to earthenware for centuries. In fact, in the 17th century, Louis XIV, to finance his wars, melted down all his gold and silver tableware. But he still needed to eat… To replace it, he turned to Moustiers-Sainte-Marie earthenware of unequalled quality.

In addition to faience, the small village is also known for the 10-pointed star suspended between two mountains. It is said that it was placed in gratitude for a granted wish. However, it is impossible to verify this! The village has 17 different stories…

So if you are visiting this beautiful village, take the opportunity to buy some nice earthenware, take some nice pictures and climb the many steps to the Notre-Dame de Beauvoir chapel.

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