Tende

Maïma rock tour trail

Sport, Pedestrian sports, Hiking itinerary in Tende
  • Very steep route, at the foot of the rocks of St Sauveur which dominate the village of Tende.

  • - Opposite the town hall, go up rue Capitaine Auber.
    - In the first bend, follow the markers 70 and 71 and go up towards Maïma and Canaresse-Viévola.
    - At tag 361, go up towards Tende-Chapelle St Sauveur, Riba de Bernou, then we start the descent to Tende from tag 349.
    - At marker 68, a fork gives you access to the St Sauveur chapel via a steep path equipped with a handrail. Then join the markers 67 and 66 towards the remains of the castle, currently the cemetery of Tende, and go down the...
    - Opposite the town hall, go up rue Capitaine Auber.
    - In the first bend, follow the markers 70 and 71 and go up towards Maïma and Canaresse-Viévola.
    - At tag 361, go up towards Tende-Chapelle St Sauveur, Riba de Bernou, then we start the descent to Tende from tag 349.
    - At marker 68, a fork gives you access to the St Sauveur chapel via a steep path equipped with a handrail. Then join the markers 67 and 66 towards the remains of the castle, currently the cemetery of Tende, and go down the tarmac road (rue Capitaine Auber).

    Tourist Info: The partially walled caves that can be seen overhanging during the descent were used as a gathering place for Protestants during a period of persecution in the 16th century. They are called the Caves of the Heretics.
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