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Another Option for Hiking Provence’s Blue Coast Trail Starting in La Redonne

Contributor blog post by Girl Gone Gallic

Here are some very thorough directions (with pictures) for those of us with directional disabilities to help you hike Provence’s Côte Bleue – Blue Coast Trail – without walking in circles trying to find that elusive trail head.  Trail markers are rare here, so keep these directions handy.

…Continue reading here for GGG’s detailed picture tour of her 3 mile hike (one direction) along the coastline starting in La Redonne. Walk to the aquamarine coloured grotto “Grotte de la Marine” for a swim. Note: this hike takes roughly 2.5 hours one way, so plan accordingly for water and snacks.

Via:: Girl Gone Gallic


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