Lillianes - Village of Suc
It is a completely flat walk, recommended for families even with small children. The path was completely renovated in recent years, it is easy to cycle with mountain bikes and follows the path of the Enel channel, which brings the water of the Lys stream from the pond, in the municipality of Issime, to the reservoir above the Ivéry hamlet, in the municipality of Pont-Saint-Martin.
You can leave your car in the Salé hamlet, where there is an old chapel, built in 1875. Go down for a short distance and proceed almost under some rocks, overhanging, continuing in the middle of the chestnut trees, in the locality called Moulin for the presence of an old mill, now completely destroyed by the waters of the stream. After a short climb you reach a bridge, which in three large arches crosses the two streams of Verney and Stouba. Entering the canton of Uvert, you pass under a large overhanging boulder. The path is very wide, safe, with railings and walkways anchored to the rock. The last walkway is the longest and most spectacular one, from which there is an exceptional panorama on the village, on the canton of Coillour or of Saint Margherita, from which we are coming, and on the two cantons on the right side: Vallomy and Chemp. Continue through shrubs and marshes, cross a small stream, an area of chestnut groves, recently pruned and cleaned up, and arrive at the village of Suc, where the municipal road arrives, where we find a 1713 chapel dedicated to Notre Dame des Gràces or des Sept Douleurs.