Val d'Allos

In the valley of the Verdon in the north of the Alpes de Haute Provence, a summer/winter mountain resort awaits you.
A sports and family-style resort with the label "Famille Plus Montagne", Val d'Allos is made up of two sister stations and a traditional village.
In winter, the largest ski area of the southern alps welcomes you for all types of skiing on its 230 kilometres of pistes, for snowshoeing or just simply hiking on its walking trailings.
In summer, a preserved countryside welcomes you at the gates of the Mercantour National Park. The beauty of the natural landscapes can be admired along its arrow-marked hiking circuits, mountain bike trails  and even in the recreation park with its exceptional verdant setting!

The village of Val d'Allos

The snowed up village of Val d'Allos

Chapel and cabin at the Lac d'Allos

The lac d'Allos lake in summer

In the area around Val d'Allos
Digne les Bains: Spa and lavender capital located in the heart of the Geopark of Haute Provence.
Lavender parade on the 1st Sunday of August since 1949.
Colmars: medieval city surrounded by its old walls.
The Ubaye Valley: sublime untamed region between Provence and Mercantour
Romanesque church of Saint-Paul-sur-Ubaye
The Abriès Mill in Jausiers

Horse-drawn sled rides
Ice driving school (Ecolde conduite sur Glace)
Pastoral traditions trail: 2 hour walking circuit
The Allos Lake trail: geology, history and landscapes: 3 hour circuit
The Draperies du Verdon: 14 stops between Thorame and Allos to show you the history of the making of wool
Snowball Festival and Ribouldingue

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