Randonnée dans la forêt séculaire de la Sainte Baume avec la visite de la grotte Marie Madeleine
Walking sports - Toute l'année (sauf règlementation estivale)
Au cours de la randonnée votre guide vous parlera de l'histoire de la grotte Marie Madeleine, de la végétation méditerrannéenne. Possibilité de sorties à la journée. tarifs sur demande.
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Town of arrival
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