Tourism in Bersac

The village of Bersac awaits you in the Hautes-Alpes. This typical village of the Southern French Alps will seduce you with its narrow streets and squares. Here, life adopts another pace and reconnects with the seasons.

In Bersac, nature is always close by. Get out your bike, put on your rucksack and set off to discover the roads and paths of the Southern French Alps. During your vacation in the Southern French Alps, you can also enjoy other activities: paragliding, horse riding, climbing, tree climbing, via ferrata…

Like other villages in the Hautes-Alpes, Le Bersac offers a generous terroir, which makes the happiness of tourists. The farmers’ markets provide a convivial experience, while buying specialties that you can savor a few hours later, for example as an aperitif.

As you travel through the roads of the Hautes-Alpes, you will find various treasures: churches or abbeys, old houses, wash houses, castles…

To find out more about monuments, tourist sites, the local agenda, you can contact the Tourist Office.

You want to stay in the Hautes-Alpes? You can discover a wide choice of accommodation to spend your stay in the Hautes-Alpes: hotels, bed and breakfast, campsites…

southeastern France: a nature destination

From the Alpilles massif to the Baronnies Provençales, from the Écrins to the Mercantour, visit the 8 regional parks and the 4 national parks of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region. Take advantage of your stay in our region to try your hand at numerous nature activities: hiking, Nordic walking, horse riding, mountain biking, via ferrata, climbing, paragliding, zip lines, white water sports, kayaking, jet-skiing, stand-up paddle, scuba diving, snorkeling…

The mythical passes of the Southern French Alps

In the Southern French Alps, you will find passes that are renowned among fans of the little queen. Discover in particular the Izoard pass in the Hautes-Alpes, the Galibier pass between Savoie and Hautes-Alpes (altitude 2645 meters), the Lautaret pass, the Agnel pass, the Lombard pass in the Tinée valley (altitude 2350 meters), the Champs pass or the Allos pass between the Ubaye and Verdon valleys.

Hiking in the spotlight

With its picturesque landscapes, its signposted itineraries, the region welcomes lovers of walking, mountain biking, cycling and horse riding. Take advantage of your stay in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur to breathe a big bowl of fresh air: Bersac welcomes you in the Buëch valley.