Walks, boat excursions, swimming, museum visits and many more activities are within your reach.
Today, the Verdon Gorge Museum of Prehistory is one of the largest prehistoric museums in Europe. The permanent exhibition on changing lifestyles and the original archaeological objects of all sorts continue to fascinate visitors.
The Verdon is also known for its gorge. As a source of diverse and varied activities and entertainment, it is a particular treat for fans of whitewater sports. Between canoeing, canyoning and simple boat tours, the sumptuous landscape here can be explored in many ways. Avid hikers will also appreciate the waymarked trails.
If you have a bicycle, a pleasant ride alternating between shade and sun will lead you to picnic areas and simple moments of relaxation.
This part of green Provence is a treasure of nature. Preserved and arranged to stay that way, it will surely win you over.
Sainte-Croix Lake and the Grand Canyon of Provence are emblematic places along the Verdon which you won’t want to miss.