This is a nice walk through a mostly flat area in the hills and is going through deserted land, only used to feed the sheep in summer. The path is mostly gravel, so you'd need a mountain bike rather than a dutch bike in case you want to do it by bike.
You can park your car in the village of Saint-Vallier-de-Thiey. From there you walk/bike towards Grasse (Route Napoleon) untill you passed a gas station. While doing that you can escape on a small parallel road called "Chemin Pra Redon". After that station turn right to the (very) old road to Cabris ("Vieux chemin de Cabris"). The bituminized road ends after a small crossing and continues straight onto a gravel road. Continue until you pass the "Croix de Cabris" (nothing special, just a old pray place). On the following open crossing, turn right ("to/vers RD 4"). Now it goes down and you cross the main road D.4, after that continue straight on on a road called "chemin de la tire". Continue straight on until you reach the sign "45" on which you turn right (north). Shortly after (200m, where there is a crossing to the right) you can make a small detour to the left to the "world famous" druid stone. There are no signs and we actually missed it (maybe also because it started raining). Continue towards north (Saint-Vallier-de-Thiey), you will pass a sheep farm and somewhat after start entering the village. Find your way to the center and you probably find back your car.
We went on a day where it rained the day before, there were quite some puddles that we still managed to pass.
|Time||1h 30 min (bike)|
|Map||3543ET "Haute Siagne", buy at Amazon for €8.71
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