Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
D/A : km 0 - alt. km 0
1 : km 0.29 - alt. km 0.29
2 : km 1.24 - alt. km 1.24
3 : km 4.68 - alt. km 4.68
4 : km 5.25 - alt. km 5.25
5 : km 5.32 - alt. km 5.32
6 : km 5.39 - alt. km 5.39
7 : km 5.7 - alt. km 5.7
8 : km 6.53 - alt. km 6.53
9 : km 8.51 - alt. km 8.51
10 : km 8.75 - alt. km 8.75
11 : km 8.94 - alt. km 8.94
12 : km 10.74 - alt. km 10.74
13 : km 13.26 - alt. km 13.26
D/A : km 14.06 - alt. km 14.06
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An ideal route if you love Mimosa: from start to finish, this loop takes you through mimosa and eucalyptus plantations.
No particular technical difficulty. Be careful, if there has been a lot of rain in the days preceding your walk, the paths may be very muddy.
A lovely walk on the coastal path of the Cap d'Antibes. Very well laid-out, it offers superb views of the Antibes coast as well as a few architectural masterpieces such as the Château de la Croé and the Villa Eilenroc.
Easy circular hike leaving from Rague port.
The hike starts by climbing up towards Mont Thurney at the entrance to the Estérel, then going downhill through a dry valley then a forest (eucalyptus and then pine trees) before reaching San Peyre and its 360° orientation table (panoramic view over the Îles de Lérins, Cannes bay and the Mercantour).
Go down through Napoule and then take the coastal path alongside the château until you reach Raguette and Rague beaches.
Gilette and La Clue.
From the village of Gillette, perched on a rocky outcrop, this walk takes you to the medieval bridge of La Cerise (scenes from the film "The Hunchback" were shot here in 1997) and then winds through the Estéron gorges.
A bucolic and informative stroll in the back country of Nice.
This circuit is ideal on sunny days and a surprising route thanks to the diversity and beauty of the valley, which is still wild. On the northern slope, you'll appreciate the quiet atmosphere of the pine forests and the oaks that dominate the verdant agricultural plain of Sallagriffon, with a panoramic view up to the foothills of the Mercantour mountain range. On the southern slope, you'll appreciate the magnificent mineral landscapes with tremendous views of deep clues carved out by the capricious course of the rivers.
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