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An environment conducive to hiking
Sainte-Agnès mountain is located in an environment particularly conducive to hiking, horseback riding, cycling, or even walking in the company of donkeys equipped with pack saddles and saddlebags. The site is indeed surrounded by mountains and valleys from all sides. To its north stands Mont Ours, separated from Siricocca by the Pic de Garuche. The Pic du Baudon, Biancon, Bausson, and Mont Agel extend west of Saint-Agnès, whose southern border touches the Castagnins valley and the Cabrolles leading to Menton. Finally, the Franco-Italian peaks of Grammondo, Berceau, and Mulacier rise east of the village.
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