Situated on a pass at an altitude of 1,700 m, Le Quartier was a summer grazing area for herds, owned by Baron Pierre Grimaldi de Beuil who handed it over to the commune of Péone in July 1944. At the beginning of the 20th century, the French Alpine Club established a base to introduce its members to winter sports. Doctor Agnelli, mayor of Guillaumes, quickly understood the challenge of developing a station in this rural and poor region. In 1936, the first ski lift in the department was inaugurated there. The village, on the outskirts of the Mercantour National Park, was named Valberg to celebrate the alliance of valleys and mountains. At 1h30 from the coast by taking the road of the Gorges du Cians or the road of the Gorges du Daluis, the family resort is frequented winter and summer. Modern buildings stand side by side with typical mountain dwellings, the centre is pedestrianised and free shuttle buses run to facilitate travel. The resort has been awarded the national "Famille Plus" label, which guarantees adapted services in terms of reception, dedicated infrastructures, entertainment, rates...

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