Tourism in Carnoux-en-Provence

Located in the very touristic department of Bouches-du-Rhône, the village of Carnoux-en-Provence is nestled in the heart of a remarkable environment, under the sun of Provence. The village of Carnoux-en-Provence has an active historical center, which hosts various stores such as a bakery or a grocery store.

In Carnoux-en-Provence, you can multiply the nature activities. It is the occasion to go hiking or to go cycling or mountain biking on the paths and trails of Provence. Other outdoor activities are also offered in Provence: horse riding, golf initiation, tree climbing, climbing, via ferrata, paragliding…

Bouillabaisse with the fish of the day in the coastal towns and villages, rosé wines, melons, apricots, peaches, broken olives from Provence, fougasses and soccas from Nice, ratatouille, bull stew, bush with goat’s or sheep’s milk, nougats and calissons… The attractiveness of southeastern France is also based on many specialties. You will also be able to participate in several local markets in the region where the stalls make you discover local products.

The historical heritage of Provence conceals tourist treasures: churches or old abbeys, old houses, castles or manors…

To find out more about the monuments, tourist sites, the local agenda, you can contact the Tourist Office.

Are you looking for accommodation in the Bouches-du-Rhône department? You wish to stay during your stay in the heart of Provence? You can prepare your stay by choosing your accommodation online.

Cassis and the Cap Canaille

Carnoux-en-Provence is located on the road between Aubagne and Cassis. In just a few minutes, you can reach this charming seaside resort, famous for its beaches and fishing port, or you can take the Route des Crêtes to enjoy an exceptional panorama of the Calanques.

Museums in the Bouches-du-Rhône

Many museums welcome you in the Bouches-du-Rhône department. We can for example mention the Provencal museum of urban and regional transport in Fuveau, the museum of aromas and perfume in Graveson, the Paul Arbaud earthenware museum in Aix-en-Provence.