Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
D/A : mi 0 - alt. mi 0
1 : mi 1.02 - alt. mi 1.02
2 : mi 1.5 - alt. mi 1.5
3 : mi 1.74 - alt. mi 1.74
4 : mi 2.07 - alt. mi 2.07
5 : mi 2.91 - alt. mi 2.91
6 : mi 3.21 - alt. mi 3.21
7 : mi 3.98 - alt. mi 3.98
8 : mi 4.82 - alt. mi 4.82
9 : mi 5.8 - alt. mi 5.8
10 : mi 6.55 - alt. mi 6.55
11 : mi 7.03 - alt. mi 7.03
12 : mi 7.24 - alt. mi 7.24
13 : mi 7.72 - alt. mi 7.72
D/A : mi 8.19 - alt. mi 8.19
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Leaving from Ventabren, a walk in the surrounding hills and then along the Canal de Marseille and ending at the Aqueduc de Roquefavour.
Hiking in the Alpilles, starting from the Eyguières bullring.
A quiet start among olive trees and cicadas at the foot of the Opies.
You'll discover the old Romanière sheep pens.
The ascent starts on a beautiful path through the maquis and ends with a little climb to finish at the Tour de Guet where a magnificent 360° view awaits you.
You can also visit the vestiges of Villa Gallo Romaine.
A hike along the balcony with superb views of the Etang de Berre (a small inland sea called Lake Berre).
The route starts from a typical village of the Alpilles, takes you past a chapel famous for its beauty in a delightful setting, and continues round a hill with views of the north slope of the ridge and the plain of Mollégès. On the return leg, there is a superb view of the old village of Eygalières.
A nice hike in the Alpilles to see the ruins of Castellas de Roquemartine (Château de la Reine Jeanne), and end with the caves of Calès, a very interesting cave network.
The highlight of the walk is the wonderful view from the lookout tower over the Alpilles range, giving superb photo opportunities!
A pleasant walk through the Alpilles.
Not particularly difficult, this is a hike that is excellent for beginners.
Nevertheless, there are beautiful stretches, commanding views and surprising natural displays of surprise and vigour.
On the southern slope of Le Petit Luberon, this trail is for experienced hikers due to two steep rises and randomly waymarked trails.
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