Tourism in Les Omergues

A commune of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department, the village of Les Omergues seduces by its picturesque charm. You will appreciate the pace of life that opens up to you, respecting the seasons.

In Les Omergues, many nature activities await you. Get on your bike or mountain bike, put on your backpack and set off to discover the paths of Provence. In the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department, outdoor activities are diverse. You can, for example, opt for a horseback ride, or thrill during a tree climbing session.

Open to the Mediterranean and the world, making the most of a generous terroir, the local gastronomy is a tourist attraction in its own right.

The terroir is part of the identity of Les Omergues, where producers who love their trade continue to bring tasty local specialties to life.

The heritage of Provence promises you beautiful visits: in a small village, a restored wash house and not far from here, an old medieval castle with its ramparts and towers.

You can get closer to the Tourist Office to discover interesting tourist sites in the area.

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Vacations in the great outdoors

With its bucolic landscapes, its numerous marked trails, the region is a paradise for lovers of walking, and nature activities. You will be able to try out different activities, whatever your level of practice. It is the opportunity to try climbing, for example, or to challenge the void during a via ferrata.

A remarkable rural heritage

The valleys of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department have a heritage that is too often unknown. Several museums deal with unusual themes, which shed light on the trades and know-how of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department. You can visit, for example, the lapidary museum in Riez, the Ecomuseum of the School in Seyne-les-Alpes, the Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions in Reillanne, or the Lauzet-Ubaye Museum.