With Summer on it’s way and everyone thinking of exploring Europe and the rest of the world this year, I thought it was time to share two routes that I have done recently in the South of France.
Nestling on the southern flanks of the Cheiron mountain, this pretty medieval village more than 800 metres above sea level has a winding road up and out of the village to get a fantastic birds eye view of the village and the surrounding landscape. If you are looking for mountain views over the Loup Valley then this route is excellent.
6 km of winding cliff roads along D952 from La Palud-sur-Verdon towards Moustiers-Ste.-Marie. Breathtaking views of Lac de Sainte Croix. The lake is man-made and was constructed in the 1970’s. The reservoir holds a maximum of 761 million cublic metres of water and is fed by the Verdon River.
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Oliver Laurenson-Gore – Location Manager & Scout