Gallery of 9 photos for Trans-en-Provence. This ancient little village sites astride a waterfall-part of the Artuby river, and beside the busy N highway south of Draguignan. Along the highway is the start of the uglyness area of billboards and used-car lots into Draguignan. Getting off the main road, however, you'll find an ordinary little village with the river running through the center, either peacefully beside fields [ photo-4 ] or coursing down over rocky waterfalls [ photo-1 ]. As pretty as the old village is, this isn't a touristy place and there aren't any of the usual attractions. Along the banks of the river are the old mills and other related industrial buildings, some visible in photo-1 left. The village had a couple of silk factories in the 18th century.
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