A Provencal village
With its feet in the clear waters of Lac de Sainte-Croix, Bauduen warms its old stone walls and pink tiles in the Provence sunshine. For holidaymakers discovering the Pays du Verdon and its Regional Nature Park, Bauduen offers a wide range of activities: stroll through the shady streets, discover all the beauties of the village, from the slippery stone to the sundial, and don’t forget the stonemason’s house, where young and old can have fun counting the unknown number of sculptures.
Take the time to relax on the many beaches of Lac de Sainte Croix, enjoy the many water sports activities or go hiking to discover the surrounding area. To guide you, here’s a list of what you don’t want to miss!
Fancy a dip in the turquoise waters?
Bauduen has its own supervised beach, as well as other, wilder beaches such as Sulagran, with its view of the village of BAUDUEN and the mountains, and Garuby, with its view of the village of Saint Croix and the dam.
Would you like your children to discover a magical place?
This museum is first and foremost a huge collection of Playmobils belonging to a resident of Bauduen, which she inherited from her former husband, an art teacher. This museum is an opportunity to showcase this gigantic troop of figurines, demonstrating that art isn’t just for galleries, and that any medium can be used to express creativity.
Would you like to discover the surrounding area and explore the hills around Lac de Ste Croix?
The Bauduen circuit
If you’d like to discover the area around the village and explore the shores of Lac de Ste Croix, the pearl of the Haut Var, then opt for the Véris circuit departing from Bauduen. This 4-hour hike will take you through almost 11 kilometers of different environments, each as exceptional as the next. Rocky cliffs, pine forests and breathtaking views of the lake and dam are all on the agenda.