Moustiers Sainte Marie
Located at the western entrance of the Verdon Valley, Moustiers Sainte Marie is a village nestled in the cliffs. It was first inhabited in the 5th century, and through repeated rise and fall, has developed into the present village with buildings from various periods in harmony. It is known for its Moustiers pottery, which has been produced since the Middle Ages, and is also a tourist village where many people visit for the beautiful scenery.
Verdon Regional Natural Park
The Verdon Regional Natural Park is known as a summer resort where people come to enjoy the beautiful turquoise rivers and lakes. From the Verdon Valley, the deepest in Europe, to the purple carpet of lavender fields on the Valonsol Plateau, to the beautiful mountain villages, there are many soothing sights to see.