Goult is a small village on the hill, located in the Luberon Massif between Roussillon and Ménerbes. As a typical Provencal village, it consists of narrow and steep streets with small squares and fountains.
There are two main car parks in the village (P1; GPS: 43.862737, 5.244673 and P2; 43.862896, 5.243456) - both located in Rue de la Republique. There should be no problem with finding free space, because the town is relatively peaceful and not visited by crowds of tourists.
Between parking lots we find interesting Romanesque church of San Sebastian (A; GPS: 43.862938, 5.243890), built in twelfth century. We walk narrow streets and head up toward the castle of d'Agoult family (B; GPS: 43.864237, 5.242100) that looks as it grows directly from the rock. It is now a private property and unfortunately can not be visited. Fourteenth-century gate is presented in its original appearance. At the top of hill, behind the palace, there is the Jérusalem windmill (C; GPS: 43.863638, 5.239888). From this place you can enjoy impressive views of the Luberon Massif.