La Bastide du Paradou
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... to Castellane several years ago when we camped at Moustiers and 'did' both sides of the Gorge de Verdon.
When we arrived there this time it was a beautiful golden evening. When we ...
... lunch at an outdoor cafe and then got in the car and headed north east, toward the canyon that is sometimes called the Grand Canyon of France. Skeptical, we followed the winding roads, watching as the flat landscape was replaced with rocky hills and then towering walls of copper colored rocks.
The winding two lane road would not have suited someone with a fear of heights. With few guardrails, the road dropped off sharply ...
We spent the week exploring the Gorges du Verdun along with amazing towns of Moustiers Sainte Marie, Aups and Lac Sainte Croix.
Everyday started with fresh crossants from the small bakery in the village of
Montmeyan and finished the day with local wine, cheese, pate and
bagetts....ooohh la ...
... small town (so many are) at the base of some spectacular foothills. The first glimpse showed some buildings perched on the edges of hills, seemingly melting into the hill itself.
Back to the gorge. Started the drive on the southern side, which was reportedly the least spectacular of the 2, but figured leave the best for last. It was a slow, long and winding road, but thankfully there were a number of spots to stop along the way. You ...
... playground of the campsite was so the girls all got out to have a play. We thought that was the end of it, we were nice and refreshed from the cool water and the girls could play while we sorted some other things out. Think again. Ruby wanted to do more river walking and all her sisters were enthusiastic too so we were back in and off walking. Lily and Ruby were our leaders and would point out that some bits were too deep, or some rocks were ...