A 580 m elevation on the plateau of the same name, with an area of 12 700 ha, is one of the largest municipalities in France. At the heart of the Parc Naturel du Verdon, on the road to the lakes of St. Croix and Esparron and gorges of Verdon, stands in the middle of farmland devoted to wheat and lavender's beautiful silhouette of a genuine Provencal village.
Site remarkable taste for honey lavender.
Walking through the streets to admire the old doors and door knockers.
Discover fountains and wash houses of the 16th century.
Admire in the village storefronts with aged paint.
Visit the distillery traditional lavender from late June to late July following harvest.
Discover the 13th century church and the court where the Deanery Saint Mayeul is born, the child of the country, the fourth abbot of Cluny.
In and around the village, you can visit the various producers, artisans and shops where you will find everything that makes the richness of the soil: lavender and its extract, wheat, honey, olive oil and famous.
Hiking, horseback or mountain bike from the village used to appreciate the vastness and the atmosphere of the plateau. You can admire the lavender fields and especially in spring wheat and the color diversity of flora in bloom.
Saturday morning on the Boardwalk: Farmer's Market.
The first Sunday of July: durum wheat and pasta festival.
The 2nd or 3rd Sunday of July: Feast of lavender.
Agricultural and craft fair.
ATTRACTIONS, LEISURES AND ACTIVITES AROUND
Activities: Biking - Hiking - horseback rides - Canoeing - Kayaking - Rafting - Sailing - Rowing - Swimming (Lake St. Croix and Esparron). Clean air and light is conducive to the practice of the glider and ultralight.