Tourism in Ongles

Commune of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the village of Ongles seduces by its authenticity. Its setting? The magnificent landscapes of Provence. Life unfolds at its own pace. The village of Ongles represents a true haven of peace.

Do you take advantage of your vacation to try out friendly, nature-related activities? Numerous itineraries run through this unspoiled area of Provence. In the surrounding area, there are many outdoor activities: horse riding, climbing, tree climbing, paragliding…

Like many other villages of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Ongles offers an exceptionally rich terroir, which is a delight for tourists. The local markets are a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in a friendly atmosphere, while buying specialties that you will enjoy the same day, as an aperitif or for dinner.

The local heritage echoes past life, between discreet monuments and exceptional buildings, secret and preserved natural spaces. In a small village, a very well preserved wash house. There, an old medieval castle with its ramparts and towers.

You can contact the Tourist Office to obtain remarkable monuments nearby.

You wish to stay in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur? Do you like camping for its proximity to nature? You prefer to book a hotel or a bed and breakfast? We will help you to book the accommodation that meets all your criteria in the region.

A rural heritage in the spotlight

In the rural department of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, every village, every valley has a story to tell. Many museums immerse you in the heart of this heritage. What to see, what to do? During your visits, discover the Museum of Prehistory in Quinson, the citadel of Sisteron, the museum of Forcalquier, the Mineralogical and Paleontological museum in Pierrevert…

Nature in Southern France

From the seabed of the Mediterranean Sea to the glaciers of the Alps, southeastern France has a diversity of landscapes, to the delight of nature lovers and lovers of wide open spaces. In the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, discover in particular the Verdon Regional Nature Park and the Mercantour National Nature Park.