Take a holiday at OllioulesNestled at the entrance to gorges carved and sculpted by the Reppe river, the olive tree town Ollioules is the perfect place for a weary traveller to rest.
Overlooking the village, the remains of the fort offer a marvellous view over the authentic medieval quarter (11th century Romanesque church of Saint Laurent). You can also admire the famous Provençal plasterwork decorating the windows of the Renaissance buildings. Throughout the riches of this ancient centre, discover the expertise and creations of local artisans in their workshops.
Sports fans of all levels (beginners or experienced) will enjoy hiking or running in the hills of Gros Cerveau and Chateauvallon on the GR 51 route, famous for its magnificent panoramas.
Events and festivals are held every year in this small Provençal town, including the famous Fête de l’Olivier (olive tree festival), the Foires aux Santons craft exhibition (at the Vieux Moulin), and the Corso fleuri flower parade.