Lac de Sainte Croix Alpes de Haute Provence
Explore: Travel in ProvenceLaura SnoekRoad Trips South of France

Why Visit the Gorges du Verdon and Lac de Sainte Croix

Contributor blog post by Laura: The Grand Canyon of France! A very beautiful place! Turquoise waters, impressive cliffs, and a beautiful lake for all kinds of water activities. If you are in the South of France, you should definitely visit the Gorges du Verdon! The most accessible part of the gorges …

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Visiting Var Kids Summer Kids in the Var
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Visiting the Var with kids this Summer? My top 10 things to do

Guest Post: by Susana Iwase Hanson of Provence-living.net the website and online community for sharing information about Cotignac and its nearby villages. Discover how this accomplished lady and her family ended up in the beautiful town of Cotignac. It’s summertime in Provence and are her suggestions for ten (10) things to do with …

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Gorges du Verdon Visit Var
Explore: Travel in ProvenceMirabeau WinesRoad Trips South of France

Day Tripping in the Var at Gorges du Verdon, Moustiers and Valensole

Contributor blog post by Victoria Koning @ Mirabeau Wine: If you’re around in summer, enjoy this top travel tip that has something for everyone – from paddling about in Europe’s deepest canyon to enjoying a picturesque lunch and then finishing off in the fields of lavender. We recommend an early departure …

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Moustiers Sainte-Marie
Explore: Travel in ProvenceThe UnexplorerVillages Towns and Cities

Rain on My Parade During a Visit to Moustiers Sainte-Marie

Contributor blog post by Susan Guillory: After a breathtaking kayak tour of Gorges du Verdon, my yoga group visited one of the sweetest little towns I’d seen in Provence, France. Moustiers Sainte-Marie is about half an hour north of the electric turquoise waters that fill what is known as France’s Grand …

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Gorges du Verdon #ExploreProvence @CuriousProvence
Ashley TinkerExplore: Travel in ProvenceRoad Trips South of France

Weekend at the Gorges du Verdon

Contributor blog post by Ashley Tinker: For my birthday last month, Robin and I headed off for an indulgent long weekend. When in Europe eh? We had been to the Southern parts of the Gorges du Verdon where you’ll find many turquoise lakes. …Continue reading here for more on Ashley and Robin’s …

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Abbaye du Thoronet Var @PerfProvence
Explore: Travel in ProvenceGinger and NutmegRoad Trips South of France

Must See Treasures of the Var

Contributor blog post by Nutmeg: Looking for things to see or do while you are in the Var? Here, are a few not-to-be-missed sites: The Thoronet in the Var one of three Cistercian abbeys in Provence. L’Abbaye du Thoronet was classified as a French historical monument in 1840. Restoration work started the year after and still continues today. …

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Provence Getaway Gorges du Verdon
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore: Travel in ProvenceGuided Holiday Tours

Provence Getaway Gorges du Verdon and Beyond

After several centuries, cascades of turquoise water carved a 20km limestone canyon known as the Gorges du Verdon, which became part of the protected Parc Naturel Régional du Verdon in 1997. The Verdon River flows 166km from its source in the Alps to Lac St Croix engraving the sheer rock …

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A Pigeon home #Moustiers La Bastide de Moustiers @PhilippeGoninet
Hotels Provence & Cote d'AzurPhilippe GoninetStay: Accommodation & Rentals in Provence

Gorges du Verdon, Moustiers Sainte Marie and Ducasse

By Philippe Goninet Last week end we were lucky enough that some friends, who had booked for the special 20th Anniversary Week end at Bastide de Moustiers, were sick. It is sad (they are feeling better now) but the good news is that we took their place…. Explore this Post …

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Gorges du Verdon #GorgesduVerdon via @PhilippeGoninet
Explore: Travel in ProvencePhilippe GoninetStay Fit in Provence

The Gorges du Verdon

By Philippe Goninet The Gorges du verdon and The Lac Sainte Croix are certainly gems in Provence. A bit far away from St Remy expect 5 to 6 hours driving time back and forth plus the time you’ll spend on the narrow bendy roads along the gorges. So I recommend …

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