Lake Castillon Lake St. Croix Lake Quinson Lake Esparon The Gorges du Verdon is a canyon dug by the Verdon River separating the Pre-Alps from Castellane and the Pre-Alps from Digne in France. The Verdon has its source near the Allos Pass, in the massif of the Three Bishops. It flows into the Durance, near
Gorges du Verdon
Straddling the departments of the Alpes de Haute Provence (04) and the Var (83), the Gorges du Verdon is a canyon dug by the river Verdon for millennia. The Gorges du Verdon canyon separates the Pre-Alps from Castellane and the Pre-Alps from Digne.
A road allows to go through the gorge and discover unforgettable landscapes and
The Verdon rises in the southern Alps, near the Allos pass, in the Trois Evêchés mountain range, and flows into the Durance, near Vinon-sur-Verdon, after having traveled nearly 175 kilometers. Parts of the river and Gorges host summer water activities.
It is a very dynamic sports area and is animated by several associative clubs. Groups of several hundred members, these clubs offer training
Hiking with donkeys: the Safr’ânerie
In the beautiful landscapes of Saint-Martin-de-Brômes, in the Alpes de Haute Provence (04800),
in the heart of the Verdon Regional Natural Park, spend an unusual day with family, friends or lovers …
Saint Martin de Brômes
The village classified historical monuments has kept all its Provencal soul in its quiet streets.
The village is very popular for its calm and its typical Provençal side: the square and its fountain, the old village and its alleys, the church and the tower monument emblematic of the village.
It is also a strategic place
The Blanc-Martel Trail is of course the most famous and spectacular, but if you are looking for a less traveled route, there are many other trails of all levels available to you.