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Commit yourself for the heritage of Chateaudouble, a small typical medieval village from Provence region. For nature and heritage lovers!
The commune is planning to create an open-air green theatre on an esplanade overlooking the village and its listed monuments with a magnificent unobstructed view. The place will host artists, concerts and many other events for the inhabitants and tourists, participating in the dynamism of the village.
The site being vast, several restoration works are planned to vary the pleasures:
- Restoration and enhancement of the pavement streets called “calades” (brushing, de-vegetation, putting stones back in place)
- Restoration of dry-stone walls
Accommodatie en maaltijden
You will be accommodated on site in tents with access to a building for communal living, toilets and meals. Remember to bring your floor mat or air mattress and your sleeping bag. As we do not have a bathroom on site, we will install solar showers. You will share the different collective tasks and prepare meals together. A budget will be allocated to the camp leaders and you will participate in the shopping and the preparation of the meals, favouring healthy and local products.
Locatie en vrije tijd
A real eagle's nest, from where it overlooks the Nartuby gorges in the upper Var, Chateaudouble has retained its authentic medieval appearance.
Châteaudouble takes its name from the presence of two castles in the Middle Ages, each of them located on a bank of the Nartuby. Only the remains of the Tower, a square keep, dating from the 12th century, which overlooks the village, remain today.
Perched on its narrow plateau, Châteaudouble is a village that invites you to nonchalant discovery of its alleys, wandering between the houses and climbing up to the ruins of the castle, on the plateau of Ste Anne.
- Visits and walks in the village
- Swimming in streams and gorges
- Sport, petanque etc. (We will try to organize an introductory climbing trip or an adventure course with a local association).
- Participation in the village festivities
As the commune is isolated with little public transport, the vast majority of leisure activities will take place on site.
Pour les volontaires français sur ce chantier en France (to our national participants in France) :
Pour les français s'inscrivant sur notre site, les frais de participation additionnel (200 €) indiqués dans cette description sont directement intégrés aux frais d'inscription "ADOS en France" de 460 €. En effet, ceux-ci comprennent à la fois les frais d'inscription de 260 € et les frais de participation de 200 €.
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Remember to bring clothes and shoes for work and hiking. Nights can be cool, so bring a good warm sleeping bag. To avoid mosquito bites, remember to bring mosquito repellent and loose, covering clothes for the evenings. As we are in an area where it can be very hot during the day, bring a hat or cap, sunglasses, sunscreen, a small backpack and water bottles.
For the public meals and the open house, you can bring a few specialities from home that are easy to carry with you.
The village having no public transportation and being far from the meeting point, it is important that you plan to arrive the latest in the afternoon at the meeting point (Arcs-Draguignan train station). It is imperative to be on time at the meeting point that will be written in the infosheet (sent one month before the camp start)!