GR2013 : Des Heures Claires à Miramas
Walk - All along the year
After along the pond of the Olivier, continue along the old paths of Transhumance. Detour not to miss that offers exceptional views on the ponds, the Alpilles, the Luberon, the Ventoux, the massif of the star and much more. See: Miramas blowing - St Chamas, a site dedicated to the manufacture of powder guns as early as 1690, farm in 1974 and transferred in 2001 to the Conservatoire du Littoral.
Départ Arrêt de bus C.E.C.
(Cartreize ligne 25 en direction de Martigues et de Miramas)
Arrivée Gare de Miramas
(TER vers Marseille et vers Arles)
Information provided by Bouches du Rhône Tourisme
Access to the Bouches-du-Rhône's hill chains, which are highly exposed to forest fires, is regulated according to the local weather conditions. Thanks to the mobile app 'My Provence Envie de Balade' and the special 0811 20 13 13 hotline, walkers benefit from real-time information and can set out with a peaceful mind.Discover
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