Tourism in Thiéry

can the small village of Thiéry in the Alpes-Maritimes department dream of a more beautiful setting? This typical village of southeastern France will seduce you with its small streets and facades. By taking the secret roads that lead to the village of Thiéry, you will revitalize yourself while enjoying the calm, far from the mad pace of the city.

Are you taking advantage of your stay to practice an outdoor sports activity? This is the opportunity to go hiking or to walk at your own pace on mountain bikes or bicycles on the paths and tracks in the heart of the preserved landscapes of southeastern France. in the Alpes-Maritimes area, there is no lack of nature activities: ultralight flying, tree climbing, climbing, via ferrata…

In Thiéry, as everywhere in the Alpes-Maritimes department, the local cuisine is a real tourist attraction. The local markets organized in the Alpes-Maritimes department are a unique opportunity to spend a convivial moment while enjoying local products.

Churches, wash houses, fountains, museums, abbeys… You can take advantage of your stay to discover a local heritage rich in surprises.

Organise your stay in the Alpes-Maritimes by contacting the Tourist Office.

You wish to find accommodation in Southern France? The Alpes-Maritimes department lends itself to camping accommodation. You can also find remarkable hotels and bed and breakfasts. Discover quality accommodation.

Terraced crops

The hilltop village of Thiéry is surrounded by terraced crops, which allowed flat areas on a steep slope. These terraces bear witness to the courage and perseverance of the inhabitants of the village who patiently built and maintained the low walls.

Museums in the Alpes-Maritimes department

During your stay, you will find a large number of cultural activities. There are several dozen museums in the Alpes-Maritimes, including the Biotoises history and ceramics museum in Biot, the navy museum in Nice, the Max Escalon de Fonton prehistory museum in Tourrette-Levens, the butterfly and natural history museum-castle in Tourrette-Levens, etc.