After we left Chateauneuf -du-Pape we headed to the Pictureseque hillside village of Seguret. I wanted to experience some of the pretty hill top Villages and this one truly was astounding. We had to park the car outside of the village and after a short walk we entered a wonderful Vehicle-free environment, through the thick, arched portail of the 14th-century defensive wall. The small central square of the village has a 14th century stone bell tower with a 17th century campanile belfry and an interesting single hand clock dating from 1680. On the same village square is the lavoir built in 1846 and the 17th Century fountain with its four stone faces. Seguret has a number of tourist oriented shops, including art galleries, cafes and restaurants, though all of the stores are very discretely integrated into the architecture of the village blending nicely with the stone walls. While there are so, so many villages to visit Seguret was a great choice to visit.
You can see the lavoir if you look closely on the bottom right in the corner on the ground.