The Taoumé and the Grosibou Cave
From the Pass of Aubignane, after a short walk of 15 minutes, you will be able to view all the emblematic places that Marcel Pagnol described in his childhood memories.
As a child, little Marcel used to come and join his father and uncle Jules, together with his little brother from the hills, the famous Lili des Bellons, to share meal during the famous hunting parties.
In front of you, you can admire the Taoumé peak (667 m), major place of childhood memories, which climbing is recommended to experienced walkers.
It is precisely on the Taoumé Peak that the famous cave of the Eagle Owl is located, known worldwide as the “Grotte du Grosibou” (Grosibou Cave), in which little Marcel and his friend Lili des Bellons, found a shelter during the storm.
Still looking at this panorama of “Childhood Memories”, you can see, on your left, the Caves of the plagued, the hunting places of Joseph and Uncle Jules as well as the first houses of La Treille village.