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Randonnée pédestre: Notre Dame de Beauvoir
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La chapelle Notre Dame de Beauvoir
Name : La chapelle Notre Dame de Beauvoir
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Copyright : Léon Fischer / Office de Tourisme Intercommunal de la Dracénie
Vue de Montferrat
Name : Vue de Montferrat
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Calade
Name : Calade
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Oratoire
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Calade
Name : Calade
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L'accès au sentier
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Randonnée pédestre: Notre Dame de Beauvoir

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POINT INFO TOURISME DE CALLAS Place du 18 juin 1940 83131 Montferrat
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• Family outing
• 1.79 miles
• From 2 to 2.5 hours
• Ascent: + 250 meters
• Waymarked trail (yellow orientation arrows)

•You find the carpark just at the entrance of the village, above the stadium
•From the carpark, follow the so called “Route de Draguignan” road heading uphill and continue on Doctor Rayol street.
•Once you have reached “Placette de la Fontaine” square, take a right turn onto “Rue du Four” street and climb the stairs up to the townhall square.
•Continue to follow “Rue du Collet”Street and then go onto “Notre Dame” pathway
•Walk across “Gilbert Mouret” square, take a sharp left turn and follow the street going uphill up to Notre Dame de Beauvoir Chapel.
•You can pause to admire the sceneries. From the chapel, retrace your steps and after about 272 yards, turn right. Walk downhill until you reach a oak-hickory forests and a waymarked trail.
•Turn a sharp left turn and head uphill up to the top of the village.
•Then follow “Doctor Rayol” street heading downhill until “Place de l’Horloge” square is met. Head back to the car park.

Equipments
  • Car park
Languages spoken
  • French
Distance
2.9km
Type
Round
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