Tourism in Buissard

in the Hautes-Alpes department, the village of Buissard seduces by its picturesque charm. By taking the secondary roads leading to the village of Buissard, you will enjoy a completely different pace, far from the hustle and bustle of the big cities.

In Buissard, nature is always close by. This is the perfect opportunity to try your hand at hiking, cycling or mountain biking on the roads and paths of the Southern French Alps. Other outdoor activities are also practiced in the Southern French Alps: first flight, tree climbing, rock climbing, via ferrata…

In Buissard, as everywhere in the Hautes-Alpes, the local gastronomic tradition is a tourist attraction in its own right.

Go and meet local producers, directly on their farms, or on the many markets that take place in the villages of the department.

Old churches, wash houses, fountains and canals, abbeys… During your stay, you can also discover an exceptional cultural and historical heritage.

The local Tourist Office will inform you about the activities available and the monuments that can be visited…

Do you want to find accommodation in Buissard or in the surroundings of Buissard? The campsite is popular in southeastern France. There are also some very nice guest rooms and hotels. Discover a selection of accommodation.

The Parc des Écrins

This unspoiled area has a great variety of landscapes. From the laughing valleys to the Barre des Écrins, which is over 4000 meters high, several ideas of mountain coexist on this territory. Nature, omnipresent, offers many possibilities of activities: hiking, mountain biking, zip line, canyoning, rafting, kayaking, mountaineering in summer, but also downhill skiing, cross-country skiing or hiking, snowshoeing in winter. The terroir is in the image of the country, authentic, simple and generous: boiled bread, pies, delicatessen…

The Champsaur

The Champsaur valley is home to a living agriculture, which has shaped the landscape. The fields, separated by hedges in the valley, are ideal for walking or cycling on foot or by bicycle. The forests conquer the summits before giving way to the high mountain pastures. In winter, the Champsaur is a place for skiing, snowshoe hiking, dog-sledding, etc…