Tourism in Moulinet

The village of Moulinet welcomes you in the Alpes-Maritimes. This typical Mercantour village will seduce you with its small squares and alleys. Do you dream of a quiet vacation, to rest far from the constant bustle of the big cities? As long as your stay lasts, the village of Moulinet will offer you the calm you are looking for.

Several nature activities await you in the region. Get on your bike or mountain bike, put on your hiking boots and explore the roads, paths and trails of the Mercantour. During your stay in the Mercantour massif, you can also try your hand at other activities: horse riding, golf initiation, tree climbing course, via ferrata, climbing, paragliding baptism…

From the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea to the mountain pastures of the valleys of the Southern French Alps, the attractiveness of southeastern France is also based on a very rich gastronomy.

The terroir near Moulinet offers you tasty excursions to discover the farmers and producers.

The local patrimony offers you beautiful discoveries. In a small village, a church that has crossed the centuries. There, the ruins of a castle dating from the Middle Ages.

You can get in touch with the Tourist Office to get new ideas for visits available nearby.

Would you like to stay in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur? Would you prefer to stay in a hotel, camping or bed and breakfast? We will help you find the accommodation that meets all your criteria.

Mercantour summits and valleys

At the extreme south-western end of the Alps, the Mercantour massif is a mountain with its feet in the water. The Parc du Mercantour is located between the departments of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and Alpes-Maritimes. Discover the villages and landscapes of the Verdon, Var, Ubaye, Tinée, Vésubie and Roya-Bévéra valleys. You will be able to practice many nature activities. The amateurs of walking will be able to furrow the arranged paths. You will also be able to cycle along the paths of the Park, challenge the void by learning to climb, go down the Mercantour torrents in a kayak or discover the Mercantour landscapes on horseback… In winter, abundant snow covers the Mercantour valleys, making the happiness of the amateurs of glide. The large ski areas and village resorts take up their winter quarters and offer other activities: downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ski touring, cross-country skiing, dog-sled rides, fat biking… People have been living in these lands for thousands and thousands of years and have handed down to us a rich architectural heritage: medieval castles, wash houses, wells, fountains, chapels, oratories, churches…

Museums in the Alpes-Maritimes department

During your stay, you will be able to discover many museums. The department has several dozen: the museum of regional prehistory in Menton, the Maïoun dei Granouïe in Villeneuve-Loubet, the museum of archeology in Antibes, the museum of traditional crafts André Carlès in Tourrette-Levens…

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