Tourism in Espinasses

The village of Espinasses benefits from an exceptional setting in the heart of the Hautes-Alpes. You will appreciate the authenticity and charm of a typical village of the Southern French Alps.

Here, another pace of life is offered to you.

Activities close to nature are numerous. The village is the starting point of many hiking trails: long, uneven, you will find here itineraries suitable for children as well as experienced walkers. Many activities can be practiced in the Southern French Alps. You can also visit this region during a horse riding session, or shiver while defying the void during a first via ferrata.

Fruits and vegetables (strawberries, grapes, melons, peaches, apricots, cherries, courgettes, aubergines), fish, wines from Bandol or the Rhône valley, olives from Les Baux: the attractiveness of southeastern France is also based on a gastronomy of rare richness. Farmers’ markets are a unique opportunity to take part in local life, while discovering local products.

Churches and bell towers, wash houses, fountains, abbeys… During your stay, you can discover a cultural and historical heritage. Contact the Tourist Office or the Tourist Office to find out about all the activities. You want to stay in Espinasses or in the surroundings of Espinasses? Do you want to stay in a quiet place in the heart of the Hautes-Alpes? Discover a selection of accommodation.

Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur: a nature destination

The Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region is home to 12 natural parks, including 4 national parks: the Calanques, Port-Cros, Mercantour, Écrins. You will be able to initiate yourself to a wide range of nature activities: hiking, horse riding, mountain biking, via ferrata, climbing, paragliding, zip line, canyoning, kayaking, jet-skiing, paddle, diving, snorkeling…

The legendary passes of the Southern French Alps

The Southern French Alps are home to prestigious passes for fans of the little queen. Among the mythical passes, let’s mention the Izoard pass in the Queyras regional park, the Galibier pass between Savoie and Hautes-Alpes (2645 meters), the Lautaret pass in the Hautes-Alpes department, the Bonette pass, the Agnel pass (2744 meters) in Queyras, the Cayolle pass (altitude 2326 meters) in the Mercantour massif, the Champs pass or the Vars pass (2111 meters).