Tourism in Auzet

You wish to spend your stay in a quiet place? Discover Auzet, a picturesque village in the heart of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. You will appreciate the authenticity and the charm of a small typical village of Haute-Provence. By taking the through roads leading to this charming village, you will revitalize yourself far from the mad pace of everyday life.

You take advantage of your stay to practice new activities related to nature? Get out your bike or your mountain bike, take your trainers and walk along the sunny paths of Haute-Provence. In the surroundings of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, nature activities are diverse: horse riding, golf initiation, tree climbing course, via ferrata, paragliding...

Like many other villages of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Auzet offers a generous land, which makes the happiness of the tourists.

Cuisine is part of the identity of the village of Auzet, where producers who love their trade have developed tasty local specialties.

The sumptuous landscapes are not the only tourist attraction of Haute-Provence: churches, museums, castles, fountains are all invitations to discover.

Organize your stay by contacting the Tourist Office.

Would you like to find accommodation near Auzet? Discover a selection of accommodation to spend your stay in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence : guest rooms, hotels, campsites...

Heritage and terroir

The inhabitants of the valleys of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department have shown perseverance and creativity in exploiting their land. Various museums deal with original themes, offering insight into the know-how of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. In particular, you can visit the Maison-Musée des Forts Vauban du Haut Verdon in Colmars, the Museum of Prehistory in Quinson, the Baden-Powell Scout Museum in Sisteron, the Gassendi museum in Digne-les-Bains, the Chestnut Museum in Braux, the Pierre Delquié Museum in Pierrevert...

Haute-Provence National Geological Nature Reserve

Since 1984, the Haute-Provence National Geological Nature Reserve has covered an area of 230,000 hectares and 59 communes. Exceptional natural sites attract visitors, such as the Digne-les-Bains ammonite slab, the ichthyosaur fossils of La Robine-sur-Galabre or the sirenian site of the Tabori ravine in Taulanne.