Grambois is a lovely small village situated on top of a hill with a height of about 370 meters, located in the eastern part of the Luberon. If you are going to visit larger towns nearby such as Lourmarin, Pertuis and Manosque, you can have the opportunity to stop here for a moment.
We decided to get to the center of the town and actually we did so. We parked the car on the Place de l'Église street, just next to the town hall (A; GPS: 43.762644, 5.588757) - we found here a small parking (P; GPS: 43.762436, 5.589508).
As usual in the case of such towns, you have to stroll the narrow streets and find interesting buildings. The tour does not last very long, because the village is not too large. There is a castle tower and interesting church of Notre-Dame-de-Beauvoir (B; GPS: 43.762652, 5.589419) with a tower from the twelfth century near the town hall. We also found a nice stone fountain. There are remains of the ramparts of the fourteenth century in the village, as well as interesting, Renaissance houses.