Tourism in Bras-d’Asse

Situated in the very touristy department of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the village of Bras-d’Asse awaits you under the generous sunshine of Haute-Provence and the Valensole plateau. By choosing to take the secondary roads leading to the village of Bras-d’Asse, you will revitalize yourself far from the mad pace of the big cities.

At Bras-d’Asse, many outdoor activities await you. Get on your bike, take your hiking boots and crisscross the paths of Haute-Provence and the Valensole plateau. Other nature activities can be enjoyed in Haute-Provence and on the Valensole plateau. You can, for example, opt for a horse-riding excursion, or thrill to the thrill of a first via ferrata.

The terroir of Haute-Provence and the Valensole plateau is also a tourist attraction in its own right.

Make the most of your stay in Bras-d’Asse to meet local producers, by visiting their farms directly, or at the many organized markets in the area.

Men have contributed to the charm of the landscapes of Haute-Provence and the Valensole plateau: churches, chapels, castles, museums will also punctuate your discoveries of the region.

What can you visit and do in Bras-d’Asse? Get closer to the Tourist Office or the Tourist Office to discover activities.

Are you planning to find accommodation near Bras-d’Asse? southeastern France lends itself to camping accommodation. There are also hotels and guest houses with authentic charm. Discover quality accommodation.

The lavender fields of the Valensole plateau

Lavender belongs to Provence, with its inimitable scent and colour. Near Bras-d’Asse, the Valensole plateau offers between June and July a colourful spectacle, rolling out its lavender fields as far as the eye can see.

Geological Reserve of Haute-Provence

The Reserve protects unique geological sites, sheltering a large concentration of fossils dating back tens of millions of years: ammonites (marine molluscs with a shape similar to that of snails), ichthyosaurs (marine reptiles reminiscent of dolphins), sirenians (marine mammals)…

Rural heritage in the spotlight

In the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, each valley has its own terroir and know-how. Several museums tell us about life in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. Visit the Ubaye Valley Museum in Barcelonnette, the Powder Magazine Museum in Entrevaux, the Olive Tree Museum in Volx, the Tailor’s Workshop Museum in Seyne-les-Alpes, the Sisteron Country Museum in Sisteron…