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Gorges du Verdon

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Wow.... Stunning... A beautiful place to visit Worth every penny Recommend a paddle boat in to the canyon 2 hrs 35 euros. No cafes there at all so eat before hand! There are restaurants and cafes along the Mountains. We took the scenic route.

Thank Flowerpowerme
Reviewed 2 days ago

The gorges is a breathtaking spot, The lake is a dazzling blue. And head to Quinton to take a trip along the gorge and swim in the delicious water - one of the best things I've done in Europe! A major spot - much overlooked...More

Thank stewartindia
Reviewed 1 week ago

My family and I visited the Gorges a week ago. It was fantastic! I wish we had allocated more time to spend in the area. It is fun to drive the canyon and stop to take advantage of all the views.

1  Thank bdenitto
Reviewed 1 week ago

I visited Verdun Gorge in June 2017 via route Grenoble D955 travelling from French Riviera. On the way to gorges we stopped at the picturesque medieval town Entrevaux with spacious car park, good facilities and restaurants. Our entering point to Verdon was the lake Castillion...More

3  Thank Iva S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Travel around the gorge by car to get an overview of the area, but don't miss the Sentier Martell. Sentier Martell is the hiking path between Point Sublime and Chalet Maline. Park your car at Point Sublime and take the bus to Chalet Maline where...More

Thank TinaK_1976
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Amazing day trip from the beaches of St Maxim. Our recommendation given it's difficult to understand the route is to head for Pont de Soleils, then turn off to route D23 A. At the base of the road there is a great walking route through...More

4  Thank Tim L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went to Gorges du Verdon with a family of two adults and two children. The scenery was amazing. We rented a paddle boat for 2 hours and it was nice. The area was a bit crowded on a thursday on july, a lot of...More

3  Thank JK_Finland
Reviewed June 18, 2017 via mobile

One of the best nature attraction in France. From Aix en Provence, you can drive all the way the Valensole to see the Lavender and continue to Gorges du Verdon to experience the natural canyon with the 'pedalos'.

2  Thank Farhan I
Reviewed June 7, 2017

Amazing place, a must to visit. Car would be perfect transport. All day can be spend there so be prepared.

1  Thank Arif H
Reviewed June 6, 2017

Our bus drove us through the Gorge du Verdon and we were stunned by the fantastic terrain and vistas. The fantastic variation of colors and textures,the vast depth of the gorge and more. We stopped a few times to enjoy the view and fresh air....More

2  Thank bracha t
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June 27, 2017|
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Response from GrassValleyMe | Reviewed this property |
The north is LESS scary (I'm a nervous driver) - still be alert for other idiots. It's all beautiful. By the way, Moustiers is exquisite but full of visitors in very narrow streets. Be patient! There's almost no parking!
June 24, 2017|
Response from pippili | Reviewed this property |
There are stops and lookouts throughout the gorge as well as villages such as Castellane at the start of the park and Moustier at the end. Both worth stopping and having a look or having a cup of coffee. As for the lookouts... More