We've put a copy here [Citadel Map] to give you an idea before-hand. We did a recent short visit, and found two hours is sufficient from the train station, walking up to and touring the citadel, visiting the museum on the way down, and back to the station.
There are some marked "sites" just a short way up, including the old flour mill and olive-oil mill, with residential areas and a scattering of villas across the hillside.
Along the wall in front of the church is a doorway to a very nice playground along the riverside.
Walk through the walled village and follow the signs for the citadel entrance.
We suggest that you get the walking tour guide from the Office de Tourisme and put it to use.
The "commercial" center of Entrevaux is along the road opposite the old town. Included are the post office, pharmacie, shops, restaurants and such things.
For the past decade or so, the band has played homage to their previous roots by covering Mother Love Bone’s infectious “Crowd of Thorns”.
Widely considered Mother Love Bone’s essential hit, it’s now become a live staple of Pearl Jam’s sets, which is why it makes sense that Cameron Crowe would use the track in the upcoming documentary, will recognize the song, as it appeared on the film’s soundtrack.) This particular cut is stripped from Pearl Jam’s Las Vegas gig at the MGM Grand, dating all the way back to 10/22/2000. It's worth the walk just for the view, and even more for visiting the interior of the citadel's rooms, courtyards and donjon.There's a good map at the top showing how to tour the citadel.Entrevaux was founded in the 11th century by the inhabitants of Glandèves, an ancient Roman town that became an Episcopal town; now long gone.Gallo-Roman: The Roman city of Glanate was established on an old Celtic-Ligurian site.Along the roadway across an arched bridge is a multi-arched stone aqueduct, called locally the Roman aqueduct [Photo 19].