The highest mountain in the Alps. The Northern part is home to the main resorts in the Alpes-Maritimes département: Auron Saint-Étienne-de-Tinée, Isola 2000 and La Colmiane-Valdeblore.
The South, less rugged and at a lower altitude, boasts many picturesque villages like Bairols, Roure and Marie, ideal stopovers during excursions to Col de La Bonette-Restefond (the highest mountain pass in Europe), Vens and Rabuons lakes...
- le campanile St-Pierre at the entrance to Isola, magnificent Romanesque tower from the twelfth century
- the house of Fabri, decorated by masks in relief, and the neo-classical style parish church in St-Etienne-de-Tinée
- the Romanesque chapel of St-Erige in Auron, one of the few retaining the traditional look in the Alps of wooden galleries and a frame covering
- The Église de Ste-Croix in St-Dalmas-Valdeblore
- The Cascade de Louch, over 100 m above Isola
- The Gorges de Valabres after St-Sauveur-sur-Tinée
- the village of Roure, clinging to the flank of the mountain above an impressive peak
- Le monastère de Santa Anna di Vinadio, the highest sanctuary in Europe
- The giant, three hundred year old fir trees in the communal forests of Clans
- A 360° view from the Route de la Bonette-Restefond, the highest road in Europe (+ 2800 m).
- sea view from the summits of the resort of Isola 2000
- view over the Vallée de la Tinée from the village of Roubion
- The Arboretum Marcel Kroenlein in Roure, the first and only European Altitude linked to Art, which gathers together the forest heritage essential to various disciplines and the preservation of the environment. The arboretum is listed as a Remarkable Gardem