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Tourism in Aspres‑sur‑Buëch

in the Hautes-Alpes, the village of Aspres-sur-Buëch seduces by its picturesque charm and the beauty of its landscapes.

Life here takes its time.

In this friendly village of the Hautes-Alpes, nature is always there. Get out your mountain bike or your bicycle, take your hiking shoes and go discover the paths of the Southern French Alps. You will also have the opportunity to try your hand at many other activities in the Hautes-Alpes: first flight, tree climbing, via ferrata, rock climbing…

Influenced by nearby Italy, highlighting a generous terroir, the gastronomy of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur is a tourist attraction in its own right. Farmers’ markets allow you to immerse yourself in an atmosphere where the good mood is always there, while enjoying local products.

The heritage of the Southern French Alps offers you beautiful discoveries. In a village, a church that has crossed the centuries. Perhaps you will also discover, not far away, a castle built during the Renaissance? You can prepare your stay in the Hautes-Alpes department by getting in touch with the Tourist Office. Would you like to stay in or near Aspres-sur-Buëch? You can discover a selection of accommodations to spend your stay in the Hautes-Alpes: bed and breakfast, campsites, hotels…

Mountains in all seasons

In the summer, Aspres-sur-Buëch welcomes nature lovers who can hike or cycle along its paths and roads. In winter, the proximity of the Dévoluy ski resorts offers snow sports enthusiasts a playground to match their ambitions.

The mythical passes of the Southern French Alps

The Southern French Alps are home to some high altitude passes, publicised by famous cycling competitions such as the Tour de France or the Critérium du Dauphiné. Discover in particular the Galibier pass between Savoie and Hautes-Alpes, the Izoard pass, the Lautaret pass (altitude 2058 meters), the Agnel pass (2744 meters), the Bonette pass in the Alpes-Maritimes (2715 meters), the Lombarde pass in the Mercantour massif (2350 meters), the col d’Allos (2250 meters) between the Verdon and Ubaye valleys, the col de Vars between Ubaye and Queyras between Hautes-Alpes and Alpes-de-Haute-Provence or the col des Champs between the Var and Verdon valleys.

Lakes and bodies of water in the High Alps

In high or medium mountains, the Hautes-Alpes are home to numerous lakes of all sizes. Some are equipped for swimming and water sports, such as Serre-Ponçon. The fish-rich waters of some lakes attract fishermen. Hikers see them as a destination. Torrents, rivers and lakes are home to a wide variety of fauna and flora: insects, eels, trout, barbs, chub or carp, amphibians, birds…

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