Here, the Alps and Provence unite to offer you the best

The Alpes-de-Haute-Provence are a magnificent compendium of panoramas between the Alps and Provence. Lavender plateaus, alpine landscapes and deep gorges await you during your next vacation.

Diversity of landscapes between the Alps and Provence

During your stay, open your eyes wide and appreciate what nature has done to this territory. Then admire the largest canyon in Europe, the Gorges du Verdon. Also contemplate the great lakes of Sainte-Croix and Castillon. When the lavender in bloom exhales its perfumes and offers an idyllic mauve landscape, the Valensole plateau also attracts all eyes. Then take the altitude in the direction of the Geopark of Haute-Provence and the Mercantour valleys. Ubaye and Allos are so close. The alpine landscapes then become vertiginous. Between the Alps and Provence, all these beautiful natural sites will be the scene of your most beautiful family adventures.

The Verdon, between the Alps and Provence
Gorges du Verdon

Outdoor sports in lush greenery

Immersed in the heart of these dream landscapes, live intense experiences with your loved ones. Try the adventure of the Gorges du Verdon by canoe, rafting or canyoning. Then follow the wonderful Blanc Martel trail to contemplate the canyon in another way. Then, treat yourself to the thrill of a paragliding flight with the vultures. Also criss-cross the long-distance hiking trails to discover the mountain lakes. Experience mountain biking with or without electric assistance on the many marked trails. Finally, ride in the footsteps of the best cyclists of the Tour de France. Take on the mythical passes… Allos, La Cayolle, Vars, Espinouse, or even the highest of them, the prestigious Col de la Bonette at an altitude of 2 metres. The 715 ​​degree view is simply sublime.

Cayolle Lake
Cayolle Lake