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Visit Entrevaux

Visit Entrevaux, a citadel of charm and history

Welcome to Entrevaux, one of the most beautiful villages in France! Camped on the rock, the village of Entrevaux is located on the banks of the Var and benefits from a beautiful natural setting.

If you come to Entrevaux it is above all for its superb medieval city architecture. Built by Vauban during the reign of Louis XIV , the village of Entrevaux has managed to preserve the beauty of its history. You will discover there a drawbridge and ramparts , winding alleys, beautiful squares where majestic fountains are enthroned and beautiful period houses, tall and narrow. The Gothic-style cathedral has a very beautiful baroque decor. Enough to give free rein to his imagination! To let yourself travel even further in time, do not miss the medieval festivals of Entrevaux, very lively in July.

A historic city that conceals hidden treasures

After visiting the heart of the citadel, venture around. Coming to Entrevaux, you will enjoy superb panoramas of the surrounding lush nature. History lovers will also be won over by the Train des Pignes. Moreover, a superb steam train restored and put into circulation by passionate volunteers! It is for your greatest happiness that he crosses the railways of Provence in his century-old cars.

If nature and heritage lovers will not be disappointed, the same goes for aficionados of old bikes! Indeed, the village of Entrevaux houses a motorcycle museum . It is a passionate collector who owns this museum where you can discover more than 70 models of two-wheelers .

Want to discover a little more of the region?

If you want to do an outdoor activity and discover the Gorges du Verdon, at HPO, we offer a multitude of possible activities. You have the choice of filling up on sensations with the Deval’Bike in the village of Annot or even going on a navigation with rafting or even kayaking !

If you prefer to stay dry, come and try out a guided outing on an all-terrain electric scooter !

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