Tourism in Dauphin

The village of Dauphin is located in an exceptional setting in the heart of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. You will love the charm of this typical Luberon village.

Close to some of the Luberon’s monuments and must-see tourist sites, the village of Dauphin reveals its most jealously guarded treasures to you for a getaway or a stay lasting several days.

Do you generally take advantage of your stay to try out convivial and outdoor activities? You can hike or ride your mountain bike or bicycle on the paths and trails of the Luberon. During your stay, you can also discover other activities. Have you ever tried climbing? Would you like to take part in a horse ride?

In Dauphin, as everywhere in southeastern France, the regional specialties are a real tourist attraction. The terroir near Dauphin invites you to beautiful gastronomic escapades, to meet the know-how of passionate and committed producers.

The local patrimony promises you beautiful visits. Here, a very well preserved wash house. There, the ruins of a castle. Get closer to the Tourist Office to organize your stay. You wish to stay in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur? Campsites, guest rooms, hotels… We help you to book accommodation.

Heritage and terroir

The villages of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department have many stories to tell you. Various museums will offer you exciting cultural activities. for example, you can visit the Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions in Reillanne, the Maison du Mulet in Seyne-les-Alpes, the Ecomuseum of the Pays Sisteronais in Sisteron, the small Copper Museum in Thoard…

Discovering the Luberon

Between the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and the Vaucluse, the Luberon Regional Nature Park seduces with its variety of landscapes, with several facets composed by the Durance valley in the south, and the Calavon valley in the north. As you walk through the Park, you can observe more than 270 species of vertebrates that live in dry or wet areas, on land or high in the sky. You can see rare birds of prey such as the Bonelli’s eagle or the Egyptian vulture, or small birds such as the elegant goldfinch or the amazing willy. The Luberon nature side can also be discovered by following the Green Way of the Calavon. Perched villages in the Calavon valley, in the Durance valley or on the slopes of the Petit and Grand Luberon also contribute to the charm of the area.