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It is a very beautiful and easy walk. However about two hours out from Biot the trail is poorly marked and difficult to follow for a mile or so. And now the trail is partly closed. You just reach where the trail is blocked -...More
It's one of the most beautiful places in Cote d'Azur. This walk runs along a little river called La Brague and is partly paved with local stone and partly just a track along the river.
It's not easy to find, please see below the directions:...More
Good path - can hike all the way from Biot to Valbonne The path is riverside most of the way. Or start/stop by the bridge (the road from Tele Valbonne to Sofia). Great for dog walking; and some good swimming pools in the summer (for...More
If you want to get away from the hustle and buzzle of the overcrowded tourist areas of Valbonne this walk is the place to go. A beautiful walk stretching from Valbonne to Biot, a good 2 to 3 hours, depending on your fitness. Good shoes...More
We use it to walk to Valbonne fom our place. When you reach the river it is gorgeous. We eat in Valbonne and then back home.The longest we have done is walk to Biot and eat there and back. It took us 6 hrs round...More
Very nice, especially in Summer time as the temperatures are lower by the river. Not so easy if you want to do it on a bike. Quite a long walk if you want to go all the way from Valbonne to Biot and back.
It is not grandious as most other beautiful places in Cote d'Azur, but still it's one of the most beautiful places there. The small river running gently in it's valley. At places in certain light, it looks like a magical forest from the fairy tales...More
This walk runs along a little river called La Brague and is partly paved with local stone and partly just a track along the river. You cross the river in a few places (some small bridges, stepping stones and at one point little more than...More