Tourism in Brunet

can the village of Brunet in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence dream of a more beautiful setting? Nestled in the landscapes of the Verdon country and the Valensole plateau, the village unfolds the picturesque charm of its old houses. Life here takes its time.

vacations offer you precious time to enjoy a breath of fresh air? Do you like the slow pace of walking? You can explore the hiking trails in this unspoiled area of the Verdon region and the Valensole plateau. In the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, nature activities are varied. You can also opt for a horseback ride, or shiver on a treetop adventure course.

Like many other villages in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Brunet offers an exceptionally rich terroir, which is a delight for tourists.

You can visit local producers directly. You can also discover the local gastronomy by going to the markets organized in the region.

Men have contributed to the charm of the Verdon country and the Valensole plateau: chapels, churches, museums, castles, fountains are also objectives of escapades.

The local Tourist Office will inform you about the activities to be discovered and the tourist sites.

Would you like to find accommodation in southeastern France? You prefer to stay in a campsite, in a bed and breakfast or in a hotel? We will help you to book the accommodation of your dreams.

Le Verdon

In Haute-Provence, the Parc du Verdon has a surprisingly diverse landscape, made up of cultivated valleys, deep canyons, meadows and forests… The Park has been designed to welcome lovers of outdoor activities, while respecting the ecosystems. The Park has been designed to welcome lovers of outdoor activities, with respect for the ecosystems. The historical heritage also attracts visitors. During your visits, you can discover wash houses, wells, oratories, churches, bread ovens, historical milestones, windmills, irrigation canals, bridges, dovecotes, castles… The heritage of the Verdon is also waiting for you on your plate. Markets and grocery stores will introduce you to local flavors: gingerbread, honey, goat’s cheese, lamb meat, fruit and vegetables, olive products (oil and pasta)…

Museums and heritage

The valleys of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department have shown, over the generations, persistence and creativity to thrive on their land. Many valleys are home to a museum. During your visits, discover the Pierre Delquié mineralogical and paleontological museum in Pierrevert, the Gallo-Roman Museum in Saint-Martin-de-Brômes, the Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions in Reillanne, the School Ecomuseum in Seyne-les-Alpes, the Museum of Prehistory in Quinson

The Provence of Giono

Jean Giono is, along with Marcel Pagnol, the author who has contributed the most to the influence of Provence. In particular, he wrote Le Hussard sur le toit (The Hussar on the Roof), which recounts the adventures of a colonel of the hussars in a Provence victim of cholera. He also wrote Regain, which tells the story of the rebirth of a village victim of the rural exodus. Discover the Provence of Giono, its sun-drenched landscapes, its picturesque villages.