Goult is a truly delightful Provençal village with genuine character and community life. Its stone and ochre buildings are beautifully kept and restored and house a good cluster of cafés and restaurants, and shops for stocking up on essential groceries and gastronomic treats.
There is usually a festival or event taking place nearby, which is a great opportunity to meet local people, discover local history and try local delicacies. One such event, in Goult itself, is the ‘Fête du Miel’ on the third Sunday of July, when the public can meet local beekeepers, learn about honey making, and of course taste honeys and honey products.
Also, in August, Goult hosts a jazz festival and a series of craft and cultural events, whilst the votive festival in September includes rides and games on Place de la Libération.