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La Bréole

Tourism and travel guide

The village of La Bréole in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence is perfectly integrated in the heart of splendid landscapes. This authentic village can be discovered along the streets. The village of La Bréole welcomes you. You can discover it during a visit of a few hours or during a stay of several days.

Do you want to take advantage of your vacation to try out new leisure activities in connection with nature? The village is the starting point for many hiking trails, with routes suitable for both the uninitiated and more experienced hiker. You will also have the opportunity to try your hand at many other activities in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. You can also opt for a horse ride, or try your hand at rock climbing.

From the Mediterranean coast to the mountain pastures of the Southern French Alps, the plurality of climates and terroirs in southeastern France offers a renowned gastronomy.

You can easily visit local farmers and producers. You can also stroll through the stalls of the regional markets.

Nature activities are not the only tourist attraction in Provence: churches, castles, museums interest tourists.

To find out more, you can contact the Tourist Office.

You want to stay in La Bréole or near La Bréole? southeastern France lends itself well to camping. You can also find remarkable guest rooms and hotels here. To help you prepare your stay, we present you with quality accommodation.

Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur: a nature destination

The Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region is home to 12 natural parks, including 4 national parks: the Mercantour, Port-Cros, the Calanques, the Écrins. Under a generous sun, try new nature activities: walking, horse riding, mountain biking, via ferrata, climbing, paragliding, bungee jumping, zip line, canyoning, rafting, kayaking, towed buoys, parasailing, paddle, diving, snorkeling…

Cultural Heritage and Local Products Around La Bréole

The villages of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence boast remarkable cultural heritage. Various museums offer insights into the craftsmanship of the region, particularly in the Ubaye Valley:

  • The Valley Museum is housed in Villa La Sapinière, a Mexican-inspired mansion located in Barcelonnette.
  • The Lauzet-Ubaye Museum, with the theme “Mountains and People,” is dedicated to the traditional skills of the Ubaye Valley.
  • The Motorcycle Museum in Saint-Paul-sur-Ubaye showcases dozens of motorcycles, including some rare and highly valuable pieces.

Near the Serre-Ponçon Dam, you can explore several cultural sites:

  • The Serre-Ponçon Lake Museoscope invites you to discover the secrets of Lake Serre-Ponçon, made possible by the construction of the dam. This place also pays tribute to the submerged villages.
  • Apiland is dedicated to bees, essential pollinators for biodiversity and agriculture.

You can also embark on a journey to explore the local heritage by visiting the villages of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence.