Tourism in Allons

In the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, visit Allons. This authentic village pleases thanks to its unique charm. By taking the through roads leading to this charming village, you will revitalize yourself in a peaceful place, a thousand miles away from the pace of the city.

Outdoor activities are numerous. You can go hiking, mountain biking or cycling on the paths and trails in the heart of the landscapes of the Pays du Verdon. During your stay in the Verdon, you can also try out other activities: horse riding, golf, climbing, tree climbing, paragliding…

Mediterranean fish, tapenade and cold-pressed olive oil, aioli, socca or fougasse, ratatouille, lamb from La Crau, goat’s cheese or mountain tomes from the Alps, calissons from Aix-en-Provence, navettes or nougats… The attractiveness of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region is also based on a gastronomy of a rare richness.

During your vacation, you should definitely visit a local market to taste fruits, vegetables, sweets and various other specialties produced locally.

Churches, belfries, wash houses, fountains, abbeys… You can take advantage of your stay to discover a renowned local heritage or a more confidential one.

You are a nature lover and you like family visits? You can prepare your stay by contacting the Tourist Office of Allons.

Do you want to stay close to Allons? Renting a bungalow in a campsite, booking a bed and breakfast, hotels… We help you to find the accommodation that meets your different criteria.

The Verdon Regional Nature Park

From the marriage between the Verdon river, the limestone rock and the blue of Provence was born the Verdon. The landscapes are at the same time bucolic and wild: cultivated valleys, woods and forests, meadows, deep valleys? You will be able to practise many nature activities: hiking, horse riding or cycling, canyoning, climbing, kayaking, via ferrata, tree climbing… The authentic villages bear witness to a human occupation several thousand years old. During your tourist escapades, you can discover wash houses, wells, fountains, churches, chapels, historical milestones, bread ovens, grain mills, oil mills, windmills, irrigation canals, dovecotes, bridges, oppidums… Agropastoralism is perpetuated thanks to the work of passionate farmers. Grocery stores and markets will introduce you to local flavors: gingerbread, honey, mountain cheese, lamb meat, vegetables and fruit, olive products (oil and pasta), citrus liqueurs, lavender essential oil…

Rural heritage in the spotlight

In the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the hamlets, villages and valleys have many stories to tell you. You can learn about this heritage in the Var departmentious museums. You can visit, for example, the School Ecomuseum in Seyne-les-Alpes, the Pierre Delquié Museum in Pierrevert, the Ecomuseum of the Pigeon Lofts of Haute-Provence in Les Mées, the Museum of Meyronnes, the Chestnut Museum in Braux…