Trigance

Trigance, guardian of the Verdon gates. Here we find all the charm of a perched village in Provence, with its white limestone houses.

Built in an eagle's nest at an altitude of 800 meters, the village proudly winds itself around the rocky spur on which the imposing feudal castle with its crenellated towers stands. Typical village perched Provençal with its high stone houses forming rampart and topped with Romanesque tiles, the village dominates the valley of the Jabron. Here aromatic scents, invigorating air and soft light give a special relief to this country where the forest borders the garrigue punctuated with boxwood and thyme. The forests are populated by deer, wild boars and even chamois. The ideal ground for small or big hikes.

To see ,to do and visit


Chapel of Saint-Roch

This votive chapel is located on the top of a hill, at the immediate exit of the village, on the road to the Verdon Gorges. It was built in 1629 after a plague epidemic and has a covered porch.

Chapelle Saint-Roch

The table of the Castle

Contemporary restaurant in the heart of the Gorges du Verdon. La Table du Château welcomes you in an elegant setting and a hushed atmosphere in the heart of the medieval castle of Trigance, where Hortense Quevatre and her team in the dining room, will meet your expectations.

La Table du Château

Tour of the Breis mountain

You'll fall under the spell of this secluded mountain setting and a medieval village clinging to the rock, with a beautiful view over the Verdon. The hamlets of Encastel (or at least its remains) and Entreverge are also well worth a visit.

Tour de Breis

Agricultural Heritage Museum of La Sagne

Open-air museum of period agricultural equipment

Musée du patrimone agricole de la Sagne

Mill of Soleils

Built in 1861, it is the last water and flour mill in all of Provence, still working.

Moulin de Soleils

Church of Saint-Michael

This Romanesque church was probably built in the 12th century. It was redesigned and enlarged to an L-shaped building in the 17th century.

Eglise Saint-Michel

Medieval castle

The medieval castle of Trigance proudly dominates the village. It is camped on a rocky spur of triangular form, detached in advance of the clear cliff which overhangs the village.

Château médiévial

Chapel of Our Lady of Saint-Julien

The chapel is mentioned for the first time in 1056 in the map of the abbey of Saint-Victor de Marseille. The stone frame of the door is decorated with very interesting geometric designs. It is flanked by a hermitage.

Chapelle Notre-Dame de Saint-Julien

The Atelier-Gallery La Sagne

The Atelier-exposition de la Sagne in Trigance welcomes you all year round. By appointment out of season. Indoor and outdoor exhibitions. The artist is on site, so don't hesitate to contact her for your visit.

Atelier Galerie La Sagne

Bridge of Soleils

The bridge has a single low arch with abutments supported by the banks of the Verdon. It has walls very carefully fitted with assorted limestone blocks.

Pont de Soleils

Bridge of Carajuan

The pedestrian bridge spans the Verdon and allows Trigance to be connected to the old mule track between Moustiers-Sainte-Marie and Castellane.

Pont de Carajuan

"Rencontre" by Christel Schlierkamp

Go back in time and discover our villages rich with masterpieces. These have been inspired by magical places and history of mankind. The sculpture "Rencontre" was achieved by Christel Schlierkamp.

La Route de l'Histoire et des Légendes

Discovery of Trigance's heritage

The village offers the imposing sight of its château-fort with crenellated round towers, dominating houses built in the same white limestone. All the charm of a Provence hilltop village awaits you.

Trigance

Museum tradition and knowledge - to make Sagne

Local museum dedicated to traditional crafts: basketry, wheat, cheese, honey, wool, wood and metalwork, located in the Atelier Galerie de la Sagne.

Musée tradition et savoir faire de la Sagne

Museum of Vaulting - Heritage of Trigançois

Photo exhibition of the Trigançois heritage in the heart of the village.

Musée des Voûtes

Bridge of Artuby

The bridge over the Artuby was constructed of reinforced concrete between 1938 and 1940 by the company Thorrand and Co. from Nice.

Pont de l'Artuby

La Fontaine, Sensitive Natural Area

Picturesque sites and landscapes can be very different in nature, ranging from a small area with an interesting view of the wider landscape to large wild spaces, riversides or urban parks.

Espaces Naturels Sensibles

Les Aoules, Sensitive Natural Area

Picturesque sites and landscapes can be very different in nature, ranging from a small area with an interesting view of the wider landscape to large wild spaces, riversides or urban parks.

Espaces Naturels Sensibles

Les Salaous, Sensitive Natural Area

Picturesque sites and landscapes can be very different in nature, ranging from a small area with an interesting view of the wider landscape to large wild spaces, riversides or urban parks.

Espaces Naturels Sensibles

La Sagne, Sensitive Natural Area

Functional sites are areas to be preserved for protection purposes.

Espaces Naturels Sensibles

Discovery tour of the Artuby

Discover the Artuby region thanks to its discovery tour, which can be downloaded below and is available at La Martre and the Artuby Tourist Information Centre.

Circuit découverte de l'Artuby

The Sautet Bridge

The Sautet Bridge, built in stone, crosses the Jabron with a single arch, with a Romanesque architecture. This bridge was built in 1787. It overhangs the Gorges du Jabron. Bridge for pedestrians

Pont de Sautet

The Trigance Bridge

The bridge of Trigance dates from the 18th century, it straddles the Jabron below the village, you will cross it while going up to the village. Road bridge with three arches.

Pont de Trigance

Discovering the heritage of Trigance

The village offers the imposing sight of its château-fort with crenellated round towers, dominating houses built in the same white limestone. All the charm of a Provence hilltop village awaits you.

Trigance
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