Located in the touristic department of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the small village of Archail seduces by its authentic charm. The preserved landscapes of Haute-Provence offer a sumptuous backdrop. Here, life unfolds at a different pace. The village of Archail is a haven of peace, far from the noise and the incessant bustle of the cities.
Nature fully participates in Archail's charm. Get out your mountain bike or bicycle, put on your rucksack and walk along the sunny paths of Haute-Provence. You will also have the opportunity to try your hand at many other activities in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence: horse riding, introduction to golf, climbing, tree climbing, paragliding...
Fished fish of the day, cold-pressed olive oil, fougasses and soccas from Nice, ratatouille, bull's keeper, pistou soup, nougats and calissons... The attractiveness of southeastern France is also based on a gastronomy of a rare richness. The local markets are a unique opportunity to take part in local life, while buying local products to be cooked afterwards for tasty meals shared with your loved ones.
Old churches, wash houses, fountains, monasteries, castles and abbeys... During your stay, you can also discover a renowned local heritage or more confidential.
The local Tourist Office will give you information about the activities on offer and the monuments.
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Heritage and terroir
The inhabitants of the villages of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department have shown, from generation to generation, perseverance and imagination in exploiting their land. Several museums bring to life the heritage and trades of yesteryear. During your visits, discover the Barrême Lavender Museum, the Lauzet-Ubaye Museum, the Seyne-les-Alpes School Ecomuseum...
Geological Reserve of Haute-Provence
Created in 1984, the National Geological Nature Reserve of Haute-Provence protects an area of 59 communes located between the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and the Var. Several exceptional natural sites attract visitors, such as the ammonite slab at Digne-les-Bains, the ichthyosaur fossil sites at La Robine-sur-Galabre or the sirenian (marine mammal) site in the Tabori ravine at Taulanne.