Baudinard-sur-Verdon is a small village full of charm and dominates the entrance of the Verdon lower gorges and the Sainte-Croix Lake ; endowed with an exceptional nature where canyon, cliffs and caves shape the landscape.
Treasure of the Verdon lower gorges, It will surprise you by the diversity of its exceptional natural environment, and by the richness of its history. It will surprise you by the diversity of its exceptional natural environment and by the richness of its history. You will find there vaulted passageways, facades in ramparts and beautiful old houses that have the particularity of owning vaulted cellars with an internal well formerly fed by rainwater.
The "Lacs et Gorges du Verdon" territory is one of the intermunicipal offices of the Var. It covers the whole of the north-east of the department. Its territory crosses the Gorges du Verdon, extending from the Artuby Pre-Alps to the Quinson dam.
Chapel of Romanesque origin, located in the North (NNE) of the village, on a wooded eminence of the canyon of Baudinard.
Dating from the 11th century, restored in 1921 and 2006.
The canyon is formed on a long corridor of 13 km, real turquoise water street lined with cliffs as the peak or overlooling 100 to 150 m high with spacings of ten meters, this canyon is the first par of "les basse gorges du verdon".