Located at 870 m altitude and 17 km from the station Isola 2000, at the forefront of technology, you will discover the picturesque village of Isola deeply rooted in its traditions and its proud culture. In many places, essential to local history and are to visit.
Isola The village is located at the bottom of the valley at the confluence of Tinée Tinée and Guerche, near the Mercantour Park, on the border with Italy. Despite a harsh climate, the economy was based mainly on agriculture, rye, barley, but the main resource was the chestnut (whose festival is held annually the 1st weekend in November).
The village has received several names: Leusola, Lieusola, Lieusol, Leude but the real name of the radical Leudola Ligurian prélatin Lev mean slope. This name has been transformed into Isola error and ignorance of notaries and cartographers Sardis.