The itinerary starts at “Place Perrin”, the square in the old village (car park 200 metres downhill). The paths leading to the unique site of the “Rock of Roquebrune” pass close to the old “25-bridge” aqueduct via forest and garrigue.
Ideally, you’ll make the climb to the top of the 373-metre rock. You’ll need to use your hands in certain places, and there’s a chain to help you on a slightly dizzying section of 10 metres or so. It’s well worth the effort. You’ll make a slight detour to take photos at Les 2 Frères and to see a troglodyte curiosity.
Free coffee will be served before departure, at 8.30 am.
Organised for the Semaine Varoise de la Randonnée Pédestre (Var Hiking Week), in cooperation with the FFRP (French hiking federation), Roquebrune sur Argens council, and the ALCI association.
IMPORTANT: Hiking shoes are compulsory and walking poles are recommended. Bring a rucksack with hiking equipment (and preferably your own first-aid kit) and all the necessary for hot, sunny weather including a sun hat and at least 1.5 litres of water. Good physical fitness required.
You'll need to bring your own picnic
Sign-up at the Tourist Office. Maximum 25 participants per hike.
- Type of customers : Walkers/hikers
- Capacity : Group : 25 max people
- Minimum : 8 people