Tourism in Péone

The village of Péone in the Alpes-Maritimes enjoys a privileged location. You will appreciate the authenticity and charm of this typical Mercantour village.

The village of Péone is a true haven of peace.

You take advantage of your stay to practice new activities close to nature? Get out your mountain bike or your bicycle, take your trainers and crisscross 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 to climbing, tree climbing course, paragliding…

In Péone, as everywhere in southeastern France, the culinary specialties are a real tourist attraction. Cuisine is part of the identity of this part of the Mercantour, where producers who love their trade offer you tasty local specialties.

As you travel the roads of the Mercantour, you will find various treasures: churches, houses of character, manor houses, castles… The Tourist Office in Péone will give you advice on activities to try and monuments. Are you looking for accommodation in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur? Many tourists love camping in the sunny Alpes-Maritimes. You can also find very nice bed and breakfasts and hotels here. Organize your stay by choosing your accommodation online.

Skiing in Valberg

The resort of Valberg, on the territory of Péones, is a famous ski destination for snow sports enthusiasts. Close to the Côte d’Azur, it offers a large ski area with 90 kilometers of slopes and 23 ski lifts. From the top of the slopes, at an altitude of 2066 meters, you can see the Mediterranean Sea! Discover a destination that is both trendy and family-friendly, which also offers many activities to make the most of your snow vacation, even after you’ve put down your skis.

The Mercantour Park

At the top of the Gélas, which exceeds 3000 meters, the coast is only 50 km away as the crow flies! Six valleys with strong characters give life to the Mercantour. You can discover the valleys of the Verdon, the Var, the Ubaye, the Roya-Bévéra, the Tinée and the Vésubie. You will be able to practise many outdoor leisure activities. Many itineraries have been developed for hiking enthusiasts. You can also set off on the Mercantour routes by bike, learning to climb, go down the Mercantour torrents in a canoe or contemplate the Mercantour landscapes during a horse ride? The abundant snow in winter offers a new face to the Mercantour. You can practice a wide variety of winter activities such as downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoe hiking, cross-country skiing, dog-sledding, snowmobiling, paragliding on skis… From one valley to another, discover a cultural heritage that is sometimes discovered by chance: wells, wash houses, churches, oratories, chapels, oil mills, irrigation canals, bridges, castles…

Museums in the Alpes-Maritimes department

Arts and culture are at the heart of the department’s tourist offer, with a large number of museums. Discover, for example, the CIAC in Carros, the Espace Mer et Littoral in Antibes, the Maïoun dei Granouïe in Villeneuve-Loubet, the national museum Marc-Chagall in Nice…