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Getting around without a car

You are looking forward to discovering our region or you are on a business trip but you can’t or don’t want to rent a car. Bus lines, trains and even bicycles – we tell you everything.

How to get to the Verdon region


I am in Marseille or Aix-en-Provence, I arrive at the Aix-TGV train station or Marseille Provence Airport

I take the line LER Line 26 Airport Marseille Provence – Digne-les-Bains and then the Chemins de Fer de Provence

or line LER line 27 Marseille – Riez then line BV1 line Riez – Castellane

or the LER 40 white shuttle line to reach the Val d’Allos resort in winter

I am in Nice, I arrive at the Nice ville SNCF train station or at the Nice Côté d’Azur Airport

I take the LR 790 Nice / Entraunes line 


or line
LER Line 31 Nice / Grenoble 

or the Railways of Provence

I am in Digne-les-Bains

I take the Chemins de Fer de Provence

or the LER line Line 31 Nice / Grenoble

Getting around the Verdon

In addition to the Provence Railway line, several bus lines, regular or occasional, serve the territory 

LER Line 31 Nice / Grenoble serves Peyroules, La Garde, Castellane, Senez, Barreme and Chaudon-Norante

 LR 790 Nice / Entraunes serves Entrevaux, Castellet-les-Sausses, Sausses

Line BV1 Riez – Castellane serves Rougon, La Palud-sur-Verdon

BV 2 – Castellane / Saint André les Alpes serves Saint Julien du Verdon and runs in summer only

Line HV1 Thorame Gare / Allos serves Beauvezer, Villars-Colmars, Colmars-les-Alpes

Chateau Garnier / La Foux d’Allos shuttle serves Thorame-Basse, Thorame-Haute, Beauvezer, Villars-Colmars, Colmars-les-Alpes and runs in July and August, during the Christmas holidays and winter holidays in zone B. Information from the Colmars-les-Alpes tourist office.

Blanc-Martel shuttle to discover the Gorges du Verdon

There is no shuttle to discover Lake Allos, access is subsect to specific regulations..