Though Gréoux-les-Bains is the 3rd hot springs resort in France, it only counts 2,597 inhabitants which are called ‘Gryséliens’.
The municipality is situated at an altitude of 365 m and covers a surface area of 6,970 hectares. It is between the Luberon mountain range and the Verdon River at the crossroads of 4 departments: Var, Vaucluse, the Bouches-du-Rhône and the Alpes de Haute-Provence.
Gréoux-les-Bains is steeped in history which is reflected through its castle, chapels, ramparts, church & bell-tower, wash-houses and fountains, not to mention the troglodytic hot springs which have been in use since the Gallo-Roman period and have forged the village’s reputation.
The Tourist Office offers guided tours of the village from March through to December. Rate: 4 euros. You will find the dates of the guided tours in the monthly programme of events