Tourism in Mane

Tourist destination of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department, the village of Mane seduces by its authentic charm. The town has the preserved landscapes of Provence as a backdrop.

The village of Mane welcomes you for a quiet getaway or a stay of several days.

Do you want to take advantage of your vacation to try out new outdoor activities? Do you like walking? You can explore the hiking trails in this unspoiled area of Provence. Other nature activities are also available in Provence. You can visit the region during a horse riding session, or try your hand at rock climbing, for example.

The cuisine of Provence is also a tourist attraction in its own right. In the surroundings of Mane, take part in numerous local markets where producers will make you discover tasty specialties.

The cultural and historical heritage of the region conceals remarkable treasures that are little known such as churches or ancient abbeys, houses of character, wash houses, and castles. To find ideas for activities, you can contact the Tourist Office. You will also find, by checking our website, various summer or winter activities, outdoor activities, cultural visits or culinary events that await you. Are you looking for accommodation in or around Mane? You can discover a selection of accommodation to spend your stay in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department: bed and breakfasts, campsites, hotels, etc.

A generous nature

Nature lovers will appreciate the region. The numerous hiking trails will delight walkers of all levels, while mountain bikers and cyclists will find tracks and roads to explore. The villages of the region offer a refreshing authenticity and a discreet but remarkable historical heritage.

Museums and Heritage

The valleys of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department have shown, from generation to generation, the courage and imagination to develop their terroir. You will easily find a museum. You can visit, for example, the Ecomuseum of the School and the Ecomuseum of La Forge in Seyne-les-Alpes, but also the Lavender Museum in Digne-les-Bains.