Goult is an idyllic, and perhaps one of the least known, small hilltop village full of Provençal culture and history. Grouped around the 17th century castle and 12-13th century Romanesque/Gothic church with its arches and buttresses, Goult is definitely worth a look as it offers a hidden and preserved neighborhood.

To fully appreciate the beauty of Goult, enjoy a glass of Rose at one of the region’s best terrace cafés, Café de la Poste.


Restored with the utmost care, Goult has many beautiful buildings made of stone and ochre, including:

  • Chateau de Goult - a 12th century castle
  • Saint Véran chapel
  • Ancient Windmill
  • Notre Dame des Lumières Church


WEEKLY MARKET on Thursday mornings – Rue de la République.

On Sunday mornings you can venture to Coustellet, 14 km away, or 10 kms to Apt on Tuesday and Saturday mornings, or visit the Friday morning market in Bonnieux.

SUPERMARKET options include:

There is a little grocery store called Alimentation Maurel, on rue de la Rébublique, open every day from 7:30am - 12:30pm and 3:30pm - 7:00pm

For a larger grocery store you will need to travel to Super U in Coustellet: Open from 8:30 am -7:30 pm weekdays and Saturdays. Open Sunday mornings until 12:30 pm.

Note that many grocery stores are closed Sundays and Monday, or have limited hours on Sunday mornings.


Café de la Poste, Goult

Cafe de la Poste-One

  • One of the most well-known restaurants in Goult, full of charm and culture
  • Rue de la République, 84220 Goult
  • Tel: +33 (0)4 90 72 23 23

Le Carrillon

Auberge de la Bartavelle

La Terrasse

Le Garage (hameau les lumières)

Review other dining options in Goult here.

Please note that most restaurants in Provence do not open until 7:30 in the evening. Reservations are needed in the high season, especially for groups.


The most notable local wineries are:

Most wineries are closed on Sundays and during lunch hours.