Tourism in Montagnac-Montpezat

Located in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence , the village of Montagnac-Montpezat is nestled in a paradisiacal place, under the sun of the Valensole plateau. Here, in this village of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, another pace of life is offered to you.

The beauty of nature is at the heart of the tourist attraction of this village. You can go hiking or cycling on the paths in the heart of the Valensole plateau landscapes. Many activities can also be practiced on the plateau of Valensole. You can for example opt for a horse ride, or shiver by defying the void during a first via ferrata.

Taking advantage of the Mediterranean influences, benefiting from a generous climate, the local gastronomy is a real tourist attraction.

The local area near Montagnac-Montpezat invites you to enjoy gastronomic visits and to meet committed and passionate producers.

As you travel along the roads of the Valensole plateau, you will be able to visit remarkable monuments: Romanesque churches, character houses, manor houses, castles?

The Tourist Office of Montagnac-Montpezat will inform you about the proposed activities and monuments.

You want to find accommodation in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur? You want to stay more exactly in Montagnac-Montpezat? You will find on our website a selection of accommodation.

Lavender-colored Provence

Lavender contributes to the identity of Provence, with its unique fragrance and colour. The Valensole plateau offers vacationers between June and July a colourful spectacle, rolling out its lavender fields that stretch as far as the eye can see.

Le Verdon

Between the Var and the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the Verdon Nature Park offers a wide variety of landscapes, composed of agricultural valleys and gorges with vertiginous walls. The Park attracts nature lovers: hiking, Nordic walking, horse-riding, cycling, canoeing, canyoning, tree climbing, via ferrata… The authentic villages of the Verdon are a reminder of a very ancient human occupation. During your touristic escapades, admire bread ovens, historical milestones, wash houses, wells, medieval castles, oppidums… The heritage of the Verdon will also surprise your palate. Markets and grocery stores will invite you to discover local products: honey, mountain cheeses, lamb, fruit and vegetables, farm produce, olive oil…

The Provence of Giono

Jean Giono is one of the best known Provençal authors. In particular, he wrote Le Hussard sur le toit (The Hussar on the Roof), the story of which is nestled in a Provence afflicted by cholera. Regain, a work that illustrates the author’s love for the land of Provence, tells the story of the rebirth of a village affected by the rural exodus. Discover the authentic Provence of Giono, with its sun-drenched landscapes and picturesque villages.