Discover the hiking trails of val-de-provence

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Val de provence available to you through very pleasant walks. Discover Provence otherwise. Note that the information we have received from the community of common Rhône Alpilles Durance.


Discover Maillane

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Typical Provencal village, Maillane lies in the green plain that stretches between the Montagnette and the Alpilles chain. Country traditions, he seduced by the calm of his life in the country which has retained its authenticity and its festivities. In the parish church, visitors can admire a marble altar of the eighteenth century historical monument. In a shrine, Our Lady of Grace Virgin crowned the thirteenth century, is the object of great veneration. Maillane is the birthplace of Frederic Mistral lived and wrote all his work, crowned in 1904 by the Nobel Prize for Literature. Everything in the village, evokes the memory of the great Provencal poet author of "Mireille", of "Calendal "...: the farm where the judge Mistral was born in 1830, the house lizard, where he lived with his mother before The home of the Museum became Mistral, where married, habitat and died in 1914 and finally in the cemetery, her grave, the reproduction of the flag of Queen Joanna the Beaux de Provence. Wilderness Circuit Initially, the center of Maillane, pass the Museum Frederic Mistral and go straight to the cemetery. At the height of the cemetery, there are two possibilities: Along the cemetery on the left by the D27 and take the 1st road on the right along the tennis courts. Continue straight on this road along Big Drailles orchards and farmland bordered by rows of cypresses, Along the cemetery on the right and take the 1st road on the left towards the Wolfman. After about 1 km, this road is defeated. Continue straight. When these two roads converge to follow the path bordered by a long row of poplars. At the intersection, take gourdronné Road then 1st left unmade road on your right: the road to Agrenat Maillane and back along the orchards and farmland. On a clear day you can enjoy a beautiful view over the Alpilles. At the junction with the D32 (Maillane - Tarascon), take the path that lies in front of you: OP Road. At the end of this road turn right towards downtown.


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Hôtel Le Castelet des Alpilles

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Hôtel Restaurant Auberge de Noves

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Discover Rognonas

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Provencal village situated on the banks of the Durance. First mention in a religious document of 1039. Parish dating from the XIIth century. The Church of St. Peter was rebuilt and enlarged in the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries. Baptistery is a basin formed by early Christian monolith. Formerly very agricultural, the village has 3 623 inhabitants rebalanced its activities by creating an industrial zone and welcoming various businesses and industries. Country traditions, Rognonas is known for its festivities, including "Carreto Ramado" brotherhoods of St. Eloi, St. Roch and the Good Angel Circuit Wilderness From the market square, opposite to the small dead end at the corner of the home associations. Cross at the pedestrian crossing to reach the path of Langlade is facing you. Follow the paved road. At the junction with the D35 (Rognonas - Barbentane) take the straight path of Mas du Temple. Go under the railway bridge on your left and continue on the paved road for about 300 m. Turn right along the bra becomes unmade and along farmland. Follow through. Continue straight on along the canal cons in the woods to a road gourdronnée you borrow from the right around 200 m. Following tagging, turn left from the broom to join my dike along the banks of the Durance with its fauna and flora particular. Continue this path along the dike until the railway bridge under which you pass to return to the city center by the same route at the beginning.


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Hôtel Le Moulin d'Aure

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Hôtel Le Castelet des Alpilles

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Hôtel Restaurant Auberge de Noves

  • Noves
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  • Avignon
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Discover Noves

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Noves founded in the fifth century BC by the Ligurian-Celto gathers his old village around the rock on which stood a castle, now vanished, and where only a few huge pines still stand guard. The Laure de Noves Petrarch sang so well lived in the fourteenth century when the village was still field of the Popes in Avignon. The village did not become French under Louis XI. Today, thanks to its many associations, Noves offers many activities and celebrations around the traditions of Provence (Saint Eloi, St. Roch), Sport and Culture (Théatre de Verdure). Sites and Monuments: Walls of the fourteenth century with two doors intact (north of the gate once called Châteaurenard door Bise, south of the gate Agel). Remains of an earlier wall of the XII century and a door Belfry. Saint Baudile XII Monument Historique. Municipal Library Marc Nielly (historian Novais) installed in the chapel of the Penitents Blancs (IV John XII century) with wall paintings of the seventeenth century. Streets and facades of the seventeenth century. Circuit Wilderness In the information panel, following the route marked by a red arrow. Continue on the paved road and cross the road crests. Faced with a white building: the Angelus, turn left and take a road that passes under two large oaks. Then turn left, then take the first right-lined vineyards. At the next junction, continue straight. At the crossroad, turn left onto a dirt road lined with vineyards. Faced with a row of cypress trees, turn right onto the gravel path that goes up. You arrive at the source of the Notre Dame Vacquières. A stream of fresh drinking water flows under the stone niche. Then take the road that climbs goudronnéee and turn right. Sharp on the second left onto a road that leads to the large white building. Turn left then turn right into the path of the Cross Vineyards. Continue to a paved road to be crossed and then turn right and walk along the road. The path continues left down and passes between large rocks that block access to motorized vehicles. Cross the wood of oaks to reach a small road. Turn left, then 100 m after the road sloping to right path of Roquette. Continue straight and take a turn after the climb. The path that goes left. At the junction turn left and after a few feet to the gravel path that goes right. A little farther, turn left onto a path through the forest. The trail leads to a great descent. At the bottom, turn right onto the white gravel path. At the summit, at an intersection of five roads, take away any left. The path goes downhill and chaining them up and make a loop that takes you back to the crossroads. Here, there is no water on the left down a concrete road that leads to the starting point


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Hôtel Le Moulin d'Aure

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Hôtel Le Castelet des Alpilles

  • Saint-remy-de-provence
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Hôtel Restaurant Auberge de Noves

  • Noves
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Discover Graveson

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At the foot of the Montagnette, between Arles and Avignon, a rich village comes alive in a lowland crop opulence and tidy. Graveson is very attached to their culture (painting, figurines, crafts ...) traditions (Saint Eloi, votive Day, Corso, Medieval Day, Midnight Mass with pastrage ...) and Heritage (Church, Roman ruins, Grand Portal ...). The course is the heart of the village where the murmur of Rubin can enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Museum Region Auguste Chabaud is entirely devoted to the work of the Fauve painter who lived in the family farmhouse and died in Graveson. Ciergerie Prémontés of the newly renovated, is the place where craftsmen still make candles and liturgical fantasies. Graveson is a rural village with the Museum of Flavor and Fragrance, Garden "Flowers For water, the little mountain," The Garden of Four Seasons 'and farmers' markets or are found only quality products from the soil. Circuit Wilderness Take the National Course and go along to the Rubin Museum of the Region Auguste Chabaud. Turn right, go past the tourist office and turn left onto the street Lagardette. Then take the first right: the Calada street that leads you to the "Garden of Four Seasons" is a wonderful transition between the village and Montagnette. Take the garden from the left to cross the RN 570 and reach the path of Crémade you follow up a line of railway. Go under the railway, making sure the iron beam above your head to the exit. Take the path that climbs toward the Montagnette facing you. You along the fields of olive and pine trees while continuing to mount in the little mountain ravine by the Crémade. You arrive at a little steep climb that gives you a beautiful view of Graveson. On top of this hill, turn left on a gravel path. At the end of the road, turn left then left again on a path that descends from the pines. You arrive at a small mazet forest surrounded by majestic cedars and take the right path that climbs lined with cypress trees. After you take this road on the left a very clear path that you follow up the wood. Continue to the right when you see a beautiful stone farmhouse, then left on a gravel path that offers a beautiful view of the garrigue and Barbentane. Continue on this road and walk along the property bounded by a long line of pyracantha. Turn right then right again to pass the Mas de la Dame that is on your right. Arriving in a small glade, take a right onto a path lined with pine trees that you will pass through a field of olive trees and a house on the left. Then follow the path left in the pine forest to the road paved Career Center where the beautiful cross Chaulet. Take the right this road shaded along several homes for nearly 2 km. At the junction with the road under the rocks, turn right onto the dirt road that descends to the left and follow through. You cross a sub timber where you can see on the right the ruins of the chapel of the twelfth century, now neglected. Continue on this road to Highway gourdronnée you borrow money to spend in the way of the railway and reach the RN 570. Cross this road to reach the road in front of Old Mas and on the right path of the roulade which brings you to downtown Graveson through orchards.


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Hôtel Le Moulin d'Aure

  • Graveson
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Hôtel Le Castelet des Alpilles

  • Saint-remy-de-provence
  • 04 90 92 07 21
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Hôtel Restaurant Auberge de Noves

  • Noves
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Discover Barbentane

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Medieval village clinging to a spur of the Montagnette, Barbentane has carefully preserved a rich heritage. The Romanesque church located in the heart of the city, semicircular twelfth century, is classified a historical monument as well as the steeple. It is the same for the Anglica Tower, built in 1365 by Archbishop Grimoard, brother of Pope Urban V, who is the great witness of medieval times. La Maison des Chevaliers is the old manor house from the twelfth century. It is classified a historical monument. Le Moulin de Bretoule was built for him shortly before the French Revolution, their wings were adopted in 1845. The castle is a castle Barbentane seventeenth century residence of the Marquis de Barbentane. The "Petit Trianon Sun" was built from 1674 by the architects of Franque Mignard, until the seventeenth century. This house is considered "the most Italian of Chateaux de Provence. Circuit Wilderness Initially the city center, down the course towards Boulbon up parking along the road D35. Cross the parking area on the right and turn left gourdronné narrow path: the path of Esplantates along the stadium.

Continue on this road along the orchards to a small bridge that you borrow money to go to the right. There, all along the orchards and greenhouses, the view over the village and the Tower Anglica. At the intersection, bear left onto the path of the Sheep and follow until you arrive on a paved road along the dike edges of the Durance. Turn right onto this road lined with poplars and broom, and follow for about 1.5 km. At the first intersection, take the path of ReSval on your right. Continue on this road which passes an Oratory. At the next intersection, bear left onto the road until the roundabout Lonne of St. Joseph that you circumvent the right to borrow Bertherigues Avenue which leads into downtown.

To see: Barbentane's castle and Anglica's tower.


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Hôtel Le Moulin d'Aure

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Hôtel Le Castelet des Alpilles

  • Saint-remy-de-provence
  • 04 90 92 07 21
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Hôtel Restaurant Auberge de Noves

  • Noves
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  • Avignon
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Discover Chateaurenard

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Between Alpilles and Durance, Chateaurenard is the center of a rich agricultural region. Nestled at the foot of a hill, its medieval castle, the heart of this small town of Provencal tradition, the old town with its squares and tiny streets are cramped beyond the market of national interest, the largest of europe. The castle now houses a museum of local history. From the top of the light curtain offers a magnificent view over the whole region. Descending into the city center we find the Church of St. Denis Roman style, with a beautiful Gothic choir. The museum of old farming tools has increased the wealth of the peasant world. At the distillery you can discover and taste the liquor Frigolet or the elixir of Reverend Father Gaucher. From April to December tradition reigns through numerous appointments around carts, racing Camargue fairs and markets. Circuit Wilderness Left direction Bd J. Curie. At roundabout turn left towards Avignon, Bd E. Genevet. 1st road right of way wooden bridge. 1st left, the path pointed. 2nd right path furnace Basile. 1st on the right path of oratory. Then, way in front of Mas Auriac. On the right path GHQ. 1st left, path Mas de Cartier. 1st left, Olive Road. 1st left, the path MATARD. On the right path GHQ. At traffic lights, opposite Avenue Paul Aubert. 1st right, rue Marius Chabaud. Opposite path of Draillette. At the stop opposite way Vicar. 1st left, Hospital Road. At stop sign, route de Tarascon. 1st left, path Mas de Guibert, first left path Mas Camp. At the stop opposite path of the Mas Camp. 1st on the right path Tilleul.1ère left path Placide. 2nd from left path Mas de Guichard roads and schools. 2nd right path Mas Campe.1ère left path Roumieux. Then left, of San Gabriel Road. 2nd from left, avenue Saint Omer. At traffic lights, direction Avignon. Then left path Bigonnet. 1st on the right path Grailles. At the stop sign in front, of Linden Road. 2nd right path Rosette. 2nd DOITE Road Rosetta. 2nd from left, chemin des Masques. 2nd from left path Roumieux. 3rd from left path of Traversière. 1st right, chemin Saint Christophe. 1st left Road Carreiron. Right, bd J. Curie. 2nd hub left, Rue Calmette-Guerin. Right, Avenue Jean Moulin. Then 1st left feudal castle. Check on the esplanade of Tours. Two other circuits in plain and three hill linked with the town of Noves are available on the map available at the Tourist Office and Châteaurenard Noves.


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Hôtel Le Moulin d'Aure

  • Graveson
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Hôtel Le Castelet des Alpilles

  • Saint-remy-de-provence
  • 04 90 92 07 21
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Hôtel Restaurant Auberge de Noves

  • Noves
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  • Avignon
  • 04 90 14 76 76

Discover Eyrargues

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Between the Alpilles and Durance on the road Châteaurenard Saint Remy in the fertile plain of the Crau small, lies the village of Eyragues. The stroller, while strolling along the narrow streets and quiet village in the discovery of old stone houses and loaded with wisteria, can discover the chapel of Sainte Maxime eleventh and twelfth centuries with its apse and bell tower gothides eighteenth. Another chapel, the chapel of Saint Bonnet dating from the eleventh century and enlarged in the seventeenth, home to early Christian sarcophagi. The summer festivities (the Flower, St. Eloi, the International Festival of Folk Groups, the Symphorien) and many activities are practiced in one of the liveliest towns in the country. Circuit Wilderness Originally from downtown, take the road up towards Verquière and Saint Audiol. Then take the second right. Bypassing the small roundabout on the right and climb the path of Sabliere staying in the stadium. At the end of this dirt road you can reach a point of view of the city and surrounding municipalities by taking a small gravel road on your right which leads to a chapel where benches welcome you to enjoy the scenery at ease. The path continues through the subdivision of the closed Serein the right. At the end of this road to cross a field of almonds, two possibilities are available: continue straight until you cross D29a you borrow from the right; take the dirt road on your right which has beautiful views over the Alpilles and boasts a landscape of garrigue very attractive. After taking the same road twice on the left. At the intersection of these two paths, take the big straight dirt road lined with orchards called "Path of Transhumance. Continue this path through the D29 and follow for about 1.2 kilometers, then turn left a small dirt road at the Mas of the Teutons. You walk along a field of olive trees and vines (beautiful view over the hill and Châteaurenard Noves). At the intersection, turn right a small paved road to the intersection with D30b (Eyragues - Noves). The borrow right up to the first rocky dirt road to the left that leads you into the hill Eyragues in the area known as the Pie-Wines. Through this thicket of pines on the left and straight down towards Eyragues. In descending, can be seen on the left a breeding bulls. At the intersection, turn left: the path of Pie Wine, then the first road on the right path of Bis Pres. At the crossroads, the path not gourdronné located on your left. Continue this path that leads you into downtown all along the Canal du Réal.


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Hôtel Le Moulin d'Aure

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Hôtel Le Castelet des Alpilles

  • Saint-remy-de-provence
  • 04 90 92 07 21
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Hôtel Restaurant Auberge de Noves

  • Noves
  • 04 90 24 28 28
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Hôtel d'Europe

  • Avignon
  • 04 90 14 76 76



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