For all the adventure enthusiasts out there, who are always on a hunt for thrilling challenges on their holidays, we have brought to you a brand new hiking trail hidden in the blue coasts of Southern France. Featuring traditional French villages, expansive sea views, and awe-inspiring views of the hilly terrain, this newly opened hiking trail should surely be on the cards of every tourist traveling to France this summer.
About The New Hiking Trail In France
Named as, ‘Grand Sentier de la Côte Bleue’ (Big Blue Coast Trail – in English), this all new hiking trail in France is a 62-kilometer long trail that will begin from Le Rove in Marseille and end at the northwestern commune of the city, i.e., Martigues. Finally, after two years of hard work, this trail is all set to open in the month of May.
One of the most beckoning advantages of this trail is that it will provide access to 17 other hikes that are already in existence. Hence, travelers will have an opportunity to choose between easy, and challenging hikes as according to their fitness levels, and enthusiasm.
Apart from the challenging trails, and scenic views, this newly opened hike will also interest nature lovers with its abundant natural beauty that features 600 unique species of plants including the protected as well as endangered ones. Another exciting aspect of this hike is that each loop of the trail is accessible by train which will make commuting quite easy for the travelers.
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Hikers will also get an opportunity to test their stamina, and endurance before beginning their adventurous journey. One can stop by, at La Boucle des Calanques, or Cove Loop to test their endurance on a 1,148-foot climb.
So, what are you waiting for? We have given you yet alluring another reason to travel to France, and quench your thirst for adventure. Book a trip to France with TravelTriangle to embark on an adventurous vacation this summer.