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The Verdon River flows into Lac de Ste Croix from the Grand Canyon du Verdon in south-eastern France.

The Verdon River is approximately 175 kilometers long and passes through several man-made lakes throughout one of Europe's most stunning river canyons known as the Verdon Gorge. This scenic gorge was created by the Verdon River in south-eastern France and is more than 300 metres deep.


The name of the Verdon River originated because of the remarkable colors of the turquoise-green water that flows through this outstanding river canyon.


The Verdon River is in the vicinity of the French Riviera which has made the river and gorge a major tourist attraction. There are many activities to enjoy throughout this beautiful countryside like rock climbing, hiking, rafting, kayaking, sailing, fishing, horseback riding or just take a simple stroll to enjoy some of the amazing scenery.


Grand Canyon du Verdon, Gorges du Verdon, Parc Naturel Regional du Verdon, Alpes de Haute, Provence, France, Europe.


Verdon River

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Photo of the Verdon River in south-eastern France that flows through the river canyon known as the Grand Canyon du Verdon.

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The Verdon River flows into Lac de Ste Croix from the Grand Canyon du Verdon in south-eastern France.
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