Haute Provence is the Provence of nature and authenticity. Its sunny landscapes - more than 300 days of sunshine per year - exude aromas of thyme, rosemary and lavender. It is the Provence of legends, celebrated by Jean Giono, with sublime landscapes and a terroir rich in taste and flavours.
Banon and its Cheese AOCBanon in Haute Provence, a village perched in Haute Provence, a lavender country and its famous AOC Cheese
DauphinBetween Forcalquier and Manosque, Dauphin is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful villages in Haute Provence.
ForcalquierForcalquier was the capital of a flourishing county in the Middle Ages. Discover the city and its surroundings.
ManeVillage of Haute Provence on the ancient Roman road Via Domitia, near Forcalquier.
Moustiers-Sainte-Mariea Provençal village straight out of a legendary tale near the Gorges du Verdon.
Musée de VachèresExceptional fossils and an admirable archaeological collection
Musée Marceau ConstantinIn Saint Christol on the plateau of Albion a museum is dedicated to the work of the painter Marceau Constantin
OnglesIn Haute-Provence, Le Rocher d'Ongles offers a pictorial panorama at the foot of the Lure mountain.
Oppedette et ses GorgesThe Gorges d'Oppedette form a spectacular canyon dug by the Calavon river.
Saint-Etienne-les-OrguesHerbalist's village at the foot of the Lure mountain in Haute-Provence
SigonceDiscover this charming village on the southern slope of the Montage de Lure
Simiane-la-RotondeA village perched on a hill with character crowned by its Rotunda, and surrounded by fields of fragrant lavender.