Tourism in Venanson

can the small village of Venanson in the Alpes-Maritimes department dream of a more beautiful setting? Nestled in the heart of the landscapes of the hinterland of Nice, the village knows how to combine modernity and tradition. By choosing to take the side roads leading to this charming village, you will find yourself a thousand miles away from the pace of everyday life.

In Venanson you can enjoy many nature activities. You can, for example, walk along the footpaths of this preserved area of the hinterland of Nice. During your stay, you can also try your hand at other activities such as horse riding, golf, via ferrata, tree climbing, and paragliding. You can also observe wolves in Alpha Park. The countryside of the hinterland of Nice is a real tourist attraction.

You can also discover in the region many local markets where stalls are overflowing with fruit, vegetables and local specialties.

The heritage of the hinterland of Nice offers beautiful discoveries including a church that has crossed the centuries and the ruins of a medieval castle.

For more information, you can contact the Tourist Office. Our website also references ideas for activities, leisure activities and visits for the whole family. Are you looking for accommodation in southeastern France? The region lends itself to camping. You can also find guest rooms and hotels for all budgets. Discover a selection of accommodations.

Hiking in the spotlight

With its pleasant landscapes where valleys, forests and mountain pastures intertwine, the Vésubie valley is ideal for hiking and nature activities such as cycling, climbing, and fishing. You will be able to try out new activities, whatever your level of practice. Discover Venanson at the gateway to the sunny Mercantour Massif.

Museums in the Alpes-Maritimes department

Many museums welcome you in the Alpes-Maritimes department. You can visit Espace Mer et Littoral in Antibes, the Local Museum of History in Mougins, the Fernand Léger National Museum in Biot, the Roudoule ecomuseum in Puget-Rostang, the prehistory museum in Tourrette-Levens, the Musée du Peu in Bonson, the MAMAC in Nice, and more.