This enchanting village perched on a rock is one of the most charming in Provence, with its stone architecture amidst wooded hillsides
The countryside around Dauphin, populated by farms and estates, was rich in Gallo-Roman villas and has revealed numerous precious relics over time: mosaics, aqueducts, inscriptions and ceramics. From the medieval period, Dolphin preserves the towers and part of the town wall.
Once past the town gate, a walk will take you along the cobblestone streets, where you can slip into the covered passages, admiring niches, mullioned windows, and entrance doors with carved cornices.
All the charm of this village lies in the colour of the beautiful limestone that comes from the nearby quarries.
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