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Options for Hiking Provence’s Beautiful Côte Bleue

Contributor blog post by Girl Gone Gallic:

I always feel so lucky to live in a region with endless choices for hiking and exploring!  As recently as mid-February I was hiking along the Côte Bleue near Marseille thoroughly enjoying the sunshine… Jealous aren’t you?

Much of the Côte Bleue trail closely follows the train tracks built by the military in 1915, and were saved much to the delight of modern-day hikers.

…Continue reading here for GGG’s detailed hiking route, starting in Niolon, along this rugged and beautiful coastline. During the French Revolution the Côte Bleue was patrolled for bandits trying to avoid taxes on goods they were importing.

Via:: Girl Gone Gallic

      

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