When you follow the trail of the Pont des Fées (fairy bridge), you travel in an instant from a medieval village to soothing natural landscapes.

In the very heart of the Massif des Maures

The path takes you on a discovery of local wildlife, and you can learn more from the information panels along the way.

If you’re really lucky, you may even come across one of our fairies…Otherwise known as the Hermann Tortoise or, in our region, the Maures tortoise. This is an exquisite holiday location for the tortoises.

Leafing through the river

Follow the river and you’ll come to the remains of the old aqueduct, the Pont des Fées, which used to carry water to the village. Look at it, on the right, on the left, then cross it. If you turn around you’ll see that the bridge offers a direct view of the Château. It’s beautiful.

Le Pont des Fées © Guillaume Voiturier

Continue along the path, enjoying the scenery and the calmness of nature… When you’re ready, take the stony path lined with oak trees which takes you back to your starting point: the Moulin St. Roch. (St Roch’s Mill)

Discover the trail online

Walking trails map

Wild spring © Cyril Carpentier

Good to know

Trail markings: follow the white arrows.

Please help to protect the site by staying on the marked paths.

The massif has to be closed at certain periods, making this trail inaccessible. You can find out about such closures here, or by contacting us on +33 (0)4 94 55 43 83.

The track is stony and on a slope, so good footwear is important. It is not passable for pushchairs.

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