GR2013 : De St Antoine à Ste Marthe
Walk - Toute l'année
En arrivant sur le Vallon Dol vous aurez une vue imprenable sur le barrage-réservoir. Sur la fin du sentier vous marcherez à travers les chênes verts et les arbousiers. A voir, le barrage-réservoir et l'usine de potabilisation. Le réservoir contient 3 millions de m² d'eau destinés à l'alimentation des Marseillais.
Départ Gare Ste Antoine (TER en venant de Marseille et d'Aix-en-Provence)
Arrivée Gare Ste Marthe (TER en direction de Marseille et d'Aix-en-Provence)
Information provided by Provence Tourisme
13 rue Roux de Brignoles
2 to 3hrs
- 04 91 13 84 13
04 91 33 01 82
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