Barbentane : Vert et eau

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Petite randonnée facile qui vous amène du village de Barbentane au bord du Rhône en traversant les vergers. Barbentane est un village médiéval accroché à un éperon de la Montagnette, qui a précieusement conservé un riche patrimoine historique.

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Centre ville du Village de Barbentane.


Au départ du centre-ville, descendre le Cours en direction de Boulbon jusqu'à un parking en bordure de la route D35. Traverser le parking sur la droite et prendre sur la gauche un chemin goudronné étroit : le chemin des Esplantades qui longe le stade. Continuer sur ce chemin qui longe des vergers jusqu'à un petit pont que vous empruntez pour aller sur la droite. Là, tout en longeant des vergers et des serres, la vue s'étend sur le village et sur la Tour Anglica. A l'intersection, prendre sur la gauche le chemin du Mouton et le suivre jusqu'à arriver sur une route goudronnée qui longe la digue des bords de la Durance. Tourner à droite sur cette route bordée de peupliers et de genêts, et la suivre pendant environ 1,5 km. A la première intersection, prendre le chemin du Resvaux sur votre droite. Continuer sur ce chemin qui passe devant un Oratoire. A l'intersection suivante, prendre sur la gauche le chemin de la Lonne jusqu'au rond-point de Saint-Joseph que vous contournez par la droite pour emprunter l'Avenue Bertherigues qui vous mène en centre-ville.

Information provided by Bouches du Rhône Tourisme

  • Organiser

    Terre de Provence Agglomeration
  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Distance


  • Duration

    2 to 3hrs

  • Level


  • Slope


  • Phone

    • 0490908586
  • Website

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