Gorges du Verdon

The Gorges du Verdon are renowned for forming the most beautiful canyon in Europe. Separating the Var and the Alpes de Haute-Provence, the grand canyon stretches between Castellane and Moustiers Sainte Marie and leads to the famous lake of Sainte Croix.


- Places to visit: The Route des Crêtes departing from La Palud sur Verdon with a stop at the Chalet de la Maline, the first TCF refuge located in the gorges now managed by the CAF and labeled Gîte de France. The many hiking trails including the Martel trail and the Imbut trail.


   The Lavender Routes

Following this colorful and fragrant route is to discover a tradition which for centuries has forged the landscape of the Alpes de Haute-Provence. Lavender begins to bloom in mid-June and harvest is done from mid-July.


- Places to visit : The lavender or lavandin distilleries that can be found everywhere along the lavender routes. The shops of local producers who offer you many lavender-based products (essential oil, distillation water, soap, etc.)

   Napoleon Route

The Napoleon route retraces the route taken by the Emperor Napoleon on his return from exile from Elba Island, between Golfe Juan and Grenoble. This road, which follows the N85 was inaugurated in 1932 and crosses the department of Castellane in Sisteron via Digne.


- Places to visit: A 325 km road which, in the Alpes de Haute-Provence, passes through Castellane, Barrême, Digne-les-Bains, Malijai and Sisteron.

Shops and services

Many food stores and restaurants can be found in our region at a distance of 2 to 10 km depending on the season. Most shops and services are in Castellane. The open-air market days are Wednesday and Saturday morning in Castellane. CHASTEUIL HAS A LOT OF CHARM BUT DOES NOT HAVE FOOD STORES, RESTAURANTS OR SERVICES.


D952 - C2

Chasteuil is located 2.5 km from the D952 road, it is reached by going up a small mountain road, the C2, not accessible to caravans. The small road is narrow and winding and you sometimes have to park to pass a car. Honk your horn on blind turns if you wish. The car driving up the road has priority 

We recommend that you arrive before dark. Since we live in the countryside, a flashlight can come in handy.



Chasteuil is located 2.5 km from the D952 road, by a small steep mountain road, the C2. The C2 is narrow, winding and although tarmac, it is often covered with gravel. Most bikers don't have a problem on this small road. But the big cylinders sometimes have trouble. 

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