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NICE2013aSeems like a nice place to have lunch……only another 80k to go !

Over the next few months the organisers will be describing all the various towns that we will ride through…I guess that is because when we are riding we will not be able to enjoy them so lets

Discover the village Gréolières

At the 100th km of bike part, you will cross the narrow streets of the village of Gréolières. Gréolières is built on a small plateau on the edge of terrace facing south. Dominated by “Les Barres de Cheiron” and overlooking the Loup valley, rich in impressive waterfalls, tunnels and narrow gorges, the village appears as a jewel in the lush foothills of the Préalps.

Gréolières is the starting point for wonderful excursions. Many marked trails allow you to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

Gréolières is a medieval village with its two castles still visible, with narrow streets lined with houses typical of the mountains of Provence. Shaded terraces and artisans are waiting for you.