Close to the village of Barjols, a 3-hectare site has been arranged along the Fauvery River and its waterfalls. Let footbridges directly above the water, and secure, waymarked paths offer you a moment of breathtaking escape in a unique site. Your walk will lead you through a preserved environment where your emotions may overwhelm you with each new discovery (like troglodyte caves or the ruins of the old Carmelite convent).
At Barjols, Carmes Valley provides for an original outing which will take you, along with your family or friends, right into the heart of nature.
Water is everywhere in Barjols. There are no fewer than 38 fountains and wash houses scattered here and there about this charming village in green Provence. In fact, there is a water supply point in each district, originally financed by the village’s burghers.
And so, you could even take a tour of Barjols by following its fountain route (about 1 hour). 19 fountains await you on this novel tour!