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Verdon Tourism

Val d'Allos
  • Val d'Allos
  • Saint Andre les Alpes
  • La Palud sur Verdon
  • Colmars les Alpes
  • Annot


Verdon Tourism is a network involving all the tourist offices within the vast area starting from the ‘Verdon source to the Gorges du Verdon’. Come and be blown away by the unique and wildly different landscapes moving down from the Alps to the Mediterranean.

Val d’Allos

For an alpine backdrop, head to the town of Val d’Allos at the foot of two ski resorts: La Foux and the Seignus, in the heart of the Mercantour National Park. Visit the largest mountain lake in Europe: Lake Allos, and discover the most extraordinary fauna and flora. Find out more…


Continue your journey along the Verdon River and visit the medieval village of Colmars-les-Alpes. This charming village has a wealth of heritage and two forts which characterise it as the ‘sentinel of the Alps’. Very close by is also the famous Lance waterfall and its prestigious canyon. Find out more…


A bit lower down, towards Provence, is the village of Saint-André-les-Alpes on the edge of Lake Castillon. The village is a peaceful haven for family holidays. And if you’re a thrill-seeker, try paragliding from Mont Chalvet for a panoramic view of the Verdon. Find out more…


Head towards Nice to find Annot and its sandstone rocks. These exceptional geological formations are perfect boulders for climbing enthusiasts. A stone’s throw away is Entrevaux: a medieval city with its famous Vauban citadelle. During the season, you can get to these two villages by train with the local, tourist steam train (Chemins de Fer de Provence). Find out more…

La Palud-sur-Verdon

Continue along the Verdon and pass through Castellane before arriving in La Palud-sur-Verdon in the heart of the Gorges. This preserved village, in the centre of the Verdon Park, is the perfect spot for an adventure holiday: you can go walking, canyoning or rock climbing in the famous canyon. Find out more…

For further information, visit our website: Verdon Tourism