Coaraze a little closer
Coaraze from afar
Coaraze fountain at the entrance to the village
Coaraze fountain at the entrance to the village and a place to wash your clothes (lavoir)
Plat du Jour or what's on the menu and the blue plate special
One entrance into Coraze is to climb these steps
I photographed 6 different sundials. This is the first. They were all wrong on the time.
A sleeping cat catches no rat.
Looking down the valley from Coaraze
This elderly French gentleman tipped his hat to my wife and her sister. I caught up with him and asked him to poise for a picture. I took three.
The street that leads to the church
Coaraze church, it was locked.
Drinking fountain in front of the church
Some of the houses in Coraze
View of the church from the village
Nola and MA as we explored Coraze
Coaraze is made up of narrow pedestrian streets, stepped streets and passage ways.
A narrow street in Coaraze
This tunnel actually leads to someone's home.
Another drinking fountain
Wide enough for one person passing
This used to be an old bakery from the sign which is washed out.
Laundry is hung at the patio. There are no back yards.