The Gorges de la Méouge
The Méouge Gorges are designated as one of the wonders of the Hautes-Alpes. Indeed, classified as a Natura 2000 site, it lies at the heart of a biological reserve. If you like swimming, walking, hiking or climbing, you will be delighted by the discovery of the Gorges de la Méouge. Natural tubs are nestled in limestone rock, formed for the river thousands of years ago. Venture across the Roman bridge with three arches for stunning views of the turquoise water below.
The incredible tourist site of the Regional Natural Park of Baronnies Provençales
The Gorges de la Méouge, a must-see site in the Haute Provence department, is a real paradise for lazing around and swimming. The natural pools were carved by the river thousands of years ago into the limestone. Lovers of unspoilt nature in search of answers will be delighted, as this Natura 2000 site lies at the heart of a biological reserve with numerous information panels explaining the fauna, flora and geology.
This site, located just 30 minutes from L'Hippocampe campsite, is a blend of clarity, originality and friendliness. The site offers a fascinating diversity of natural elements. From fabulous waterfalls to ancient stones, rivers, natural slides, waterholes, cliffs, forests and even rare plants. So it's safe to say that nature has been very generous with this tourist site. Its central location in the Parc Naturel Régional des Baronnies means that its ecosystem is as diverse as it is varied.
Distance from the campsite :
29.5km / 31m
Don't forget :
Your water bottle
Your sun cream
Your favourite cap/hat
A paid shuttle has been set up to take you to the Gorges de la Méouge. Indeed, in summer parking along the road is prohibited.
You can buy your tickets online via the TixiPass mobile app
For more information on the shuttle click here
Go and discover it !
17 rue des gorges de la meouge , 05300 Barret-sur-Méouge