The Route Napoleon is a 314-kilometer road in southeastern France that follows the route taken by Napoleon Bonaparte in his 1815 escape from Elba Island to Grenoble. It is now a popular tourist route, known for its scenic beauty and historical significance.

The route begins in Golfe-Juan, where Napoleon landed on March 1, 1815. From there, it winds its way north through the French Alps, passing through towns such as Grasse, Digne-les-Bains, and Sisteron. It ends in Grenoble, where Napoleon arrived on March 7, 1815.

Along the way, the route offers stunning views of the mountains, valleys, and gorges of the French Alps. It passes through some of the most beautiful and historic parts of France, including the Gorges du Verdon, the Col de la Madone, and the Plateau de Valensole. Besides, there is Grasse, a town famous for its perfume industry. Digne-les-Bains is a spa town with thermal baths. Antibes is a charming town with a beautiful old town and a lively port.

The Route Napoleon is a well-maintained road that is easy to drive. However, there are some steep climbs and hairpin bend, so it is important to be prepared for a challenging drive.

The best time to drive the Route Napoleon is during the spring or fall when the weather is mild. The route is also popular during the summer, but it can be crowded and hot.

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