Tourtour direction sign indicates that you need to park outside of the village and walk in.
One end of Tourtour had a pedestrian entrance, wide enough for horse drawn carts of the 1800s and before.
Tourtour in panorama
There was a row of giant sunflower plants in the garden in front of Tourtour. The young men said it was ok to photograph them.
Tourtour village square
Outdoor cafes line both sides of central Tourtour
Bicyclists refill their water bottles at Tourtour's fountain
Tourtour chateau turned into an art gallery
This vintage Pugeot was parked in Tourtour.
Tourtour church interior
Tourtour's old chateau
These Provence villages usually had a wrought iron bell which was rung to alarm people of the village and those outside the village.
Fresh vegetables could be purchased along the side of the road. I bought some squash.
Tourtour village front side
Rooftop view of Tourtour