| ||Provence - Verdon - Aiguines|
|Welcome to Provence !|
Sunny and nature rich, vineyards, olive trees and lavender fields as far as the eye can see.
Visit typical villages, Romanesque churches, campaniles, bell-towers and colourful, perfumed markets.
Enjoy a drink under the Plane trees next to the fountains or typical food and wine of the region.
Or perhaps a game of petanque (boules).
|Welcome to Verdon !|
The great canyon of Verdon the second biggest canyon in the world, thirty kilometres of huge cliffs and gorges, a Mecca for adventure.
The region offers a variety of activities ,climbing, walking (for a range of abilities), kayaking or canyoning, and more.
You will experience some of the most breath-taking views imaginable along with the Vultures!
|Welcome to Aiguines !|
Aiguines, situated 820m above sea level at the entrance of The Grand Canyon du Verdon and over looking the Lac du St Croix, a small village with twisting narrow streets and old typical houses dominated by the 17th century renaissance castle with its pepper pot turrets covered in multi-coloured tiles.
Aiguines is famous for being the capital of shaped box wood, collected in the Gorge and shaped. The roots of the box tree were dried and shaped into bowls and studded with nails used for the game of Petanque.
An exhibition can be viewed at the Office du Tourism in the centre of the village.
The centre of the village revolves around the fountain and traditional washing place shaded by Plane trees.
With a selection of hotels, restaurants, bars and quaint little shops selling traditional wares.