Belcodène, Le Garlaban, Sainte Victoire, Sainte Baume, Les Calanques
The Villa la Licorne in Belcodène has selected some hikes not to be missed for your holidays in the Bouches du Rhônes
Discover these marvelous landscapes with essences of thyme, rosemary as well as the most beautiful walks by the sea the Calanques National Park
Belcodène is on a plateau and allows you to admire the Sainte Victoire
The paths without too much elevation, sometimes in the scrubland, sometimes in the oak and pine forests
A view of the village of Belcodène against the backdrop of the Massif de la Sainte Victoire
The Calanques National Park is the first European park both land and sea
The beauty of the place makes it a very busy place, go there out of season, an opportunity to have cooler temperatures than in summer
Trails where you let yourself be carried away by luminous hues and the intoxicating smells of iodine and scrubland
The mountain by Paul Cézanne is full of incredible hikes.
Several stops on your hikes: the Sainte-Victoire priory built in the 17th century, the Saint-Ser Hermitage a marvelous landscape around a chapel built in the extension of a cave
The culminating point of the "Pic des Mouches", an extraordinary panorama embraces the horizons of Provence and the rolling plains of the Pays d'Aix.
On a clear day, you can see the sea, Mont Ventoux and the Alps
The Massif du Garlaban became famous in France and even beyond the borders thanks to Marcel Pagnol, author of "La Gloire de mon Père" and "Château de ma Mère"... All these places have remained intact and have preserved in their stones , images and words with Provençal accents.
Alone or with guides, several itineraries will be proposed to you
A discovery of the hills, the smells of the Provençal scrubland, the Puits de Raimu...
La Sainte-Baume is first and foremost a geological curiosity: a rocky bar, which stretches over twelve kilometres,
When you stay in the region, a visit to the Grotte de Sainte-Marie-Madeleine in the Massif de la Sainte-Baume is a must