Tourism in Vergons

Located in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department, the small village of Vergons was built in a remarkable natural setting. Do you want to go green, far from the noise? The village of Vergons offers you a haven of peace.

Do you want to get a breath of fresh air during your stay? Go hiking, cycling or mountain biking on the roads and paths of Haute-Provence. During your stay in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department, you can also indulge in other activities. You can also discover the region on a horseback excursion, or try your hand at climbing.

Like other villages in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Vergons offers tourists a very rich terroir.

Gastronomy is part of the identity of the village of Vergons, where local producers continue to bring tasty local specialties to life.

Nature activities are not the only tourist attraction of Haute-Provence: churches, chapels, museums, castles are also worth a visit.

You can contact the Tourist Office of Vergons to get information on all the tourist sites in the area. You will also find, on our website, many ideas for winter or summer activities, sports, nature outings, cultural visits or gourmet getaways. Do you want to stay in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department? We can help you to book accommodation. We offer hotels, campsites, bed and breakfasts, etc.

Rural heritage in the spotlight

In the rural Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department, each village has a story to tell. Several museums bring old trades and traditions to life. During your visits, discover the Alexandra David-Néel museum in Digne-les-Bains, the Saint-Paul-sur-Ubaye museum, the Musée de La Mine in Saint-Maime, the Maison du Mulet in Seyne-les-Alpes, and more.

The Haute-Provence Geopark

Unspoiled landscapes and authentic villages are not the only treasures of the region. You can also visit the Haute-Provence Geopark, which highlights exceptional geological sites with hundreds, sometimes several thousand different fossils that are sometimes 300 million years old: ichthyosaurs, ammonites, sirenians…