Chartreuse de la Verne, Collobrieres

#23 of 155 in Historic Sites in French Riviera - Cote d'Azur
Must see · Historic Site · Tourist Spot
A beautiful area full of lush greenery that is away from the bustle of the city surrounds Chartreuse de la Verne. The Chartreuse de la Verne, in English means Our Lady of Mercy of Verne, is a Roman Catholic convent attached to the Diocese of Frejus-Toulon. Built in 1170, the Chartreuse de la Verne has a long and troubled history. The Chartreuse has been burned, pillaged and destroyed multiple times. It has also been rebuilt numerous times. Despite this troubled history, many Chartreuse is not in complete ruins. Using our custom trip planner, Collobrieres attractions like Chartreuse de la Verne can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Whichever way you go it's a long drive along narrow roads through the Maures Massif. Locals in cars, vans and lorries don't slow down, so be warned! Once there the car park is a ten minute walk from.....  more »
  • Friends volunteering in that place suggested we go visit. This is a place to visit at least once. Since 1170 when it was built to now there were many destructions and reconstructions of the...  more »

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