Tourism in Beynes

The small village of Beynes in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence enjoys a privileged location. This typical village of Haute-Provence will seduce you with its character houses and small winding streets. By choosing to take the side roads leading to this charming village that is Beynes, you will revitalize yourself far from the mad pace of your daily life.

Nature activities are numerous and accessible to all. Get out your bike or mountain bike, put on your best walking shoes and walk along the paths of Haute-Provence. Various activities are also available in Haute-Provence. For example, you can opt for a horse riding session, or get a thrill out of trying more impressive activities.

Fruits and vegetables, seafood and fish caught in the Mediterranean, rosé wines, goat or sheep’s cheeses and tomes from the Southern French Alps… The diversity of climates in the south-east of France offers a large number of specialties.

During your stay, treat yourself to a gourmet experience by visiting a local market. There you can meet local producers and taste vegetables, fruits, honey, sweets and other locally produced specialties.

Churches with their bell towers, fountains and wash houses, abbeys and monasteries… During your stay, you can also discover an exceptional historical and cultural heritage.

The local Tourist Office will be able to suggest ideas for activities throughout the region, suitable for all members of the family, young and old.

Do you want to stay close to Beynes? Rent a mobile home in a campsite, book a bed and breakfast, hotels… We help you find accommodation in the region.

Geological Nature Reserve of Haute-Provence

The National Geological Nature Reserve of Haute-Provence protects geological sites of inestimable value. There is a large concentration of fossils dating back tens of millions of years: ammonites (snail-like marine molluscs), ichthyosaurs, sirenians…

Heritage and terroir

In the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, you will be able to meet these men and women who, for centuries, have been developing the soil of this territory of great diversity. Many valleys are home to a museum designed to promote rural heritage. During your visits, discover the Maison du Bois in Méolans-Revel, the Pierre Martel museum in Vachères, the ecomuseum of the Pigeonniers de Haute-Provence in Les Mées, the Maison des Forts Vauban du Haut Verdon in Colmars, the Lauzet-Ubaye museum, the Gassendi museum in Digne-les-Bains…