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We had driven past the entrance to Colorado Provençal a few times-had no idea what was there!
We thought it was a picnic place so packed a picnic and paid our 5 Euro entrance fee! (5 euros is all it cost-in the uk it would...More
Some quite astonishing sand and rock colours here, ranging from the more usual orange/yellow ochres, to pinks, purples and greens. The long route is definitely worth doing, as it climbs up to give a superb aerial view of the rock features and colours.
Beautiful colors of land. Nice paths to walk through. The short trail leads you through the cliffs and the long one takes you to beautiful view points. Relatively easy walk.
Take special care during hot days.
The rocks are an amazing colour and although similar to those at Roussillon there is much more room to explore here. The entrance fee with car is 5 euros which is very reasonable and you get a map to follow the 2 walking trails. It...More
We stayed 20 minutes from here so had to visit. So glad we did. We have also been to Roussillon and enjoyed both equally. The kids enjoyed having the freedom here to run and explore. We did the shorter walk but still plenty to see.
After hiking into the area from the parking lot, we were thrilled to see such beautiful, multi-colored rock formations. Our only regret was the fact that we didn't have the time to hike through the entire park--but next time.
I was very surprised with very nice red stone shapes, if any possibility I will come again. Very easy car access and parking, only remember to bring a water with you, very hot weather and of course no shops inside park. Maybe it is normal,...More
We are always looking for exercise opportunities while in France-so much to eat and drink, and you must stay active or go home very unfit. This is a great 1.45 hour hike-best that you have some hiking experience and good shoes, but not extremely strenuous....More
We loved our visit to Roussillon ochre Park, so came here for a hike. Just to compare the two parks. I liked the town Roussillon way more than Rustrel. The park in Roussillon has more dramatic shapes. The Colorado Provencal Park(CPP) has more colors. We...More