- In the heart of the Verdon Natural Park
- Direct access to the banks of the Verdon
- Label The Green Key
Domaine Chasteuil Verdon Provence
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The Martel is a superb trail that allows the exploration of the Grand Canyon of the Gorges du Verdon. You will be amazed! It starts in La Maline and ends at Point Sublime, 8 kilometers from the camping.
The GR4 offers a walk in the footsteps of our ancestors. Along the old Roman road, it connects Castellane to Rougon. It passes through Chasteuil, 2 kilometers from the camping.
Cadieres of Brandis
The cadières de Brandis via the summit of Pré Chauvin, which will give you an overview of the geological environment. Emblem of the valley and visible from the Var, the path is passable by the GR4 from the village of Chasteuil.
Other trails to walk
- The Roc de Castellane (8 km), to overlook Chasteuil and its valley.
- The summit of Destourbes (8 km) and its viewpoints over the lakes of Castillon and Chaudane.
- The mourre de Chanier (9,3 km), if you want to hike in solitude in desert landscapes, off the beaten track.
- The Rancoumas belvedere (9,5 km) for a dizzying hike with 519 meters of elevation gain.
- The Teillon, the highest peak in the region with a breathtaking view! An unforgettable hike reserved for hikers accustomed to elevation changes. The departure will be from the village of La Garde.
- The tour or the summit of Robion (10 km), to warm up by climbing the first pre-Alpine peak and contemplate the surrounding peaks.
A land of hiking
709 kilometers of marked routes offer the discovery of the unsuspected beauties of the Verdon! You will find in the region courses for all levels, technical as well as family. Close to 51 signposted circuits from the springs to the Gorges du Verdon you will be offered. From north to south of the Verdon, choose between relaxing routes on wide paths or sporty hikes with steep gradients on narrow paths.
Join the TransVerdon adventure! Labeled by the French Cycling Federation, the TransVerdon is one of the 11 largest mountain bike crossings in France. It can be done in one or several times according to your desires and your abilities. It is intended for regular practitioners who wish to alternate between sometimes physical climbs and fun but still technical descents.
In the Verdon Regional Nature Park, a landscape alternating between lakes, mountains and gorges unfolds before your eyes. Two sections of the TransVerdon pass near the camping and can be done.
- TransVerdon section 9 from Castellane to Rougon
The section takes the old Roman road, crosses the hamlet of Chasteuil and the plateau of Suech. 18 difficult kilometers, reserved for sports enthusiasts. But you will be rewarded with breathtaking scenery and an arrival in the beautiful village of Rougon. All under the watchful eye of the Verdon vultures.
- TransVerdon Section 10 from Rougon to Les Chauvets
18 kilometers on a path overlooking the Gorges du Verdon with a breathtaking view! From Rougon to La Palud-sur-Verdon, you will overlook the gorges and their turquoise water to the abandoned hamlet of Châteauneuf-les-Moustiers then to the hamlet of Chauvets, following the old Roman road.
[Photo: Greoux les Bains]
Whether you are beginners or experienced fishermen, the Verdon will offer you a multitude of places and fish to never get bored. From lakes with zander and pike to rivers where trout reign supreme, fishing in the region is synonymous with diversity!
Fishing in the Verdon
Alone or with the family in the middle of the turquoise waters, treat yourself to a fishing trip in the region's rivers populated by salmonids. Try fishing in the Gorges du Verdon. In addition to the beauty of the place, you will also find abundant fishing there. The gorges are the ideal place for fly or coarse fishing enthusiasts. Take the Blanc Martel trail (see the Hiking section above). At Point Sublime, allow about 15 minutes to access the river. Beware, however, of water releases carried out all year round.
Between mountain lakes, ponds and dam lakes, there are plenty of opportunities to fish! Different types of fishing for different types of fish, accessible to seasoned anglers and beginners alike.
- Castillon lake
Its emerald waters will mainly delight lovers of pike, but also zander or bleak.
- Chaudanne Lake
Less frequented than the Lac de Castillon, it will delight you with the number of pike, trout and carp. Fishing in peace and quiet.
- Sainte-Croix Lake
It is the most famous in the Verdon both for fishing and for its exceptional setting. The fish will be there. Pike, lake trout, perch, zander and so many others...