Tourism in Touët-de-l’Escarène

in the Alpes-Maritimes, the village of Touët-de-l’Escarène seduces by its picturesque charm. For scenery? The colorful landscapes of the hinterland of Nice. The village of Touët-de-l’Escarène is a true haven of peace.

Do you want to take advantage of your vacation to try your hand at new outdoor leisure activities? This is your chance to go hiking, cycling or mountain biking on the paths and trails of the Nice hinterland. Many activities are also proposed in the Nice hinterland. For example, you can opt for a horseback riding excursion, or experience an introduction to rock climbing.

Fruit and vegetables, seafood and fish, wines from Bandol or the Rhone Valley, olives from Provence: the attractiveness of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region is also based on renowned specialties.

The cuisine is part of the identity of Touët-de-l’Escarène, where local producers bring products to life.

Nature activities are not the only tourist attraction in the hinterland of Nice: churches, museums, castles, fountains are as many invitations to discover.

What to do? Get closer to the Tourist Office to know all the activities.

Are you looking for accommodation in or around Touët-de-l’Escarène? Renting a bungalow in a campsite, booking a bed and breakfast, a night in a hotel… We help you to book accommodation in the region.

Museums in the Alpes-Maritimes department

Culture is part of the tourist offer of the Alpes-Maritimes, with several dozen museums. You can visit, for example, the Grimaldi Museum in Cagnes-sur-Mer, the Museum of Contemporary Jewelry in Cagnes-sur-Mer, the National Museum of Biblical Message Marc-Chagall in Nice, the Glass Ecomuseum in Biot, the Museum of Regional Prehistory in Menton, the Escoffier Museum of Culinary Art in Villeneuve-Loubet… In Touët-de-l’Escarène, the communal oil mill now hosts exhibitions and cultural activities.

A generous nature

Nature offers you a wonderful space of freedom in the hinterland of Nice. Trails, paths and winding roads await hikers, cyclists and mountain bikers. You can also explore the region, from one valley to another, in search of perched villages, forgotten monuments and unexpectedly captured panoramas.