The Annot sandstones are not located in a restricted zone, and animals are authorized. Of exceptional biological and landscape interest, they are classified as a Sensitive Natural Area.
This site deserves your respect for two reasons. On the one hand, it’s fragile, and on the other, it’s made up of private plots.
If you plan to do the 3 h loop after heavy rain, the presence of sloping marly areas can make the trail slippery. In this case, we advise you to start your hike on the Vers-la-ville path. Don’t forget your hiking poles.
You can park in the parking lot of the Provence railway station. If you’re doing the loop, we recommend parking in the village: you won’t have to go back up to the station to get your car at the end of the hike.
Take a baby carrier with you if you want to take your youngest child with you, as some passages are rough. The climb is steep and, in places, exposed, so bring plenty of water.
Although this may seem an easy stroll, wearing walking shoes is a must. Don’t forget your binoculars.