Tourism in La Saulce

How about spending time in the countryside? Discover La Saulce, a picturesque village in the Hautes-Alpes department. This unspoiled village in the Southern French Alps will seduce you with its small squares and alleys.

Close to some of the major tourist sites and monuments of the Hautes-Alpes department, the village of La Saulce is a true haven of peace.

The proximity of nature justifies the attractiveness of this village. Take your bike out, put on your hiking boots and walk along the sunny paths of the Southern French Alps. Other activities are also available in the Southern French Alps. For example, you can opt for a horse-riding session, or try your hand at climbing.

Like other villages in the Hautes-Alpes department, La Saulce offers a rich and varied terroir, which is a delight for tourists. During your stay, you should go to a local market. There you will meet the local producers and discover fruits, vegetables, sweets and other specialties produced in the region.

Men have contributed to the charm of the Southern French Alps: churches, castles, and museums are to discover. The Tourist Office of La Saulce will inform you about the activities and tourist sites. If you wish to stay in the Hautes-Alpes department, in the calm of La Saulce, organize your stay by choosing an accommodation that suits you.

southeastern France: a nature destination

From the Verdon to the Préalpes d’Azur, from Port-Cros to the high mountains of the Mercantour, visit the 4 national parks and the 8 regional parks of southeastern France. Under a generous sun, discover many nature activities. You will be able to discover unusual trhilling activities, such as climbing, via ferrata, canyoning and more. La Saulce is located halfway between the highest valleys of the Southern French Alps and the landscapes of Southern Provence, in order to multiply the activities.

Piles Wetland

La Saulce is home to an ornithological haven, the Piles Wetland. Covering an area of 6.5 hectares, it is home to many species of insects and birds. The variety of habitats makes it a true refuge for biodiversity, where many dragonflies develop.