Surrounding villages


Pont en pierres datant de 1770
  • Pont en pierres datant de 1770
  • Pont en pierres du village de Senez
  • Cathédrale de Senez
  • Village de Senez

On the edge of the route Napoléon, on the left bank of the Asse River, the village can be reached by a superb stone bridge which dates back to 1770.  A former bishopric in the fifth century, the village bears the remains of a particularly rich past. Its imposing Romanesque cathedral listed a Historical Monument has tapestries from Flanders and Aubusson, sixteenth- and seventeenth century stalls and altar-pieces, and there is a listed village fountain and the former seminary. (The cathedral can be visited, for further information, please contact the la Mairie de Senez on

For those who love hiking, the Voie Impériale (Imperial Way) from Castellane to Digne goes through the village.

For further information please visit the  Mairie de Senez website