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A tourist destination in the Alpes-Maritimes, the village of Sainte-Agnès seduces you with its picturesque charm. For decoration? The colourful landscapes of southeastern France. By choosing to take the side roads leading to the village of Sainte-Agnès, you will enjoy a completely different pace, far from the hustle and bustle of the big cities.


Would you prefer to spend a sporting vacation, recharging your batteries in contact with nature that is both wild and generous? Numerous itineraries run through this unspoiled area of southeastern France. Other activities are also practiced in southeastern France: first flight, tree climbing…

Mediterranean fish, broken olives from Provence, aïoli, socca or fougasse, ratatouille, bull’s gardianne, bush with goat’s or sheep’s milk, calissons, shuttles from Marseille or lavender honey: the plurality of climates and terroirs in the south-east of France offers a tasty gastronomy. In Sainte-Agnès, greediness is the order of the day! Visit directly the producers and farmers of southeastern France and stroll through the stalls of the regional markets.

Churches, fountains and wash houses, monasteries… You can also discover a renowned local heritage or a more confidential one. To find ideas for activities or a selection of monuments to visit, you can contact the Tourist Office. Are you planning to find accommodation in the Alpes-Maritimes department? Do you like camping for its proximity to nature? You prefer the comfort of a hotel of character? You like the unusual character of a bed and breakfast? We will help you find the accommodation of your dreams.

Museums in the Alpes-Maritimes department

During your stay, you will be able to multiply the visits of museums. There are several dozen in the department: the Postcard Museum in Antibes, the International Perfume Museum in Grasse, the Museum of Human Paleontology in Terra-Amata in Nice, the Artists’ House in Cagnes-sur-Mer, the Ecomuseum of the High Country and Transport in Breil-sur-Roya, the Little Museum in Bonson, the Castle Museum of Butterflies and Natural History in Tourrette-Levens…