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Gorges of great natural diversity
The deep and verdant gorges of Méouge connect the Drôme Provençale to the Hautes-Alpes between Barret-sur-Méouge and Châteauneuf-de-Chabre by a small six miles (10km) long winding road about 3 miles (5km) south-west of Laragne. Listed as a biological reserve and Natura 2000 site, they are part of the Sisteron Buëch territory of the Baronnies Provençales Regional Nature Park. The great diversity of their natural environments (river, cliffs, calcareous tuffs, forest, etc.) allows the presence of alpine, Provençal, Mediterranean, Iberian, and even North African plants and remarkable species such as the southern barbel or the ocellated lizard.
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