Take the route of the most beautiful villages in France, just a few steps from the club.
At the crossroads of three departments and at the junction of Verdon and Luberon natural parks, Verdon Parc is ideally located for you to discover historic towns and Provençal villages. Prepare yourself for some exceptional visits!
Immerse yourself in well-being
After all that, why not head for the wonderful spa at Gréoux-les-Bains? The third largest spa resort in France today, this town already attracted the Romans for its waters that are rich in sulphur, calcium and magnesium. For a relaxing day, a weekend of cocooning or an extended cure, immerse yourself in the warm waters that are captured at a depth of over 1,200 metres and benefit from their rejuvenating power! Hydromassage, baths, massages… choose your treatment among a multitude of formulas and packages and relax in the calm of the park to recharge your batteries.
Visit the heart of Provence
To extend this gentle getaway, escape to the most beautiful Provençal villages. Standing at the gateway to the grand canyon of Verdon, Moustiers-Sainte-Marie owes its worldwide renown to the fineness of its earthenware and its resemblance to a Provençal nativity scene! Climb the stairs carved into the stone to admire the view over the valley and study the map to explore still other jewels, including Esparron-de-Verdon, Opedette, Simiane-La-Rotunda and Manosque. The list is long, but each one has a something unique that definitely makes it worth a visit.
Fountains of culture
Why don’t you push on to Aix-en-Provence? Just one hour from Gréoux-Les-Bains, the cultural capital of Provence invites you to contemplate its most beautiful jewels. Walk in the footsteps of Cézanne to discover the city and the surrounding countryside, visit the painter’s workshop and the Bibémus quarries, and then go to admire the 12,000 masterpieces on display at the Granet Museum. You will then want to sit down at a terrace to enjoy a few calissons and muse on the fact that this city of a thousand fountains really does know a thing or two about the art of hospitality!