Tourism in Manteyer

in the Hautes-Alpes department, the village of Manteyer is nestled in a preserved natural setting. By choosing to take the secondary roads that lead to this charming village, you will revitalize yourself a thousand miles away from the mad pace of the city.

In Manteyer, numerous activities in contact with nature will allow you to live new experiences. Numerous paths run through this unspoiled area of the Southern French Alps. According to your desires, you can also try your hand at other activities in the Hautes-Alpes department: paragliding, tree climbing, via ferrata, climbing…

Sun-drenched fruits (grapes, strawberries, apricots, peaches, melons, cherries), Mediterranean fish, wines, olives from Les Baux: the attractiveness of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region is also based on many specialties.

The terroir of the Southern French Alps invites you to savory gourmet visits, to discover the farmers and producers.

For centuries, people have contributed to the beauty of the Southern French Alps: chapels, churches, castles, museums are also worth a visit.

The Tourist Office in Manteyer will inform you about the activities on offer and the tourist sites.

You wish to stay in Southern France? The campsite is appreciated in southeastern France. You can also find remarkable hotels and guest houses. In order to help you prepare your stay, we present you a selection of accommodations.

The Gapençais

From flower-filled meadows to forests and peaks, the Gapençais has landscapes typical of this alpine region. Enjoy here a generous climate, with 300 days of sunshine a year, for nature activities: hiking, mountain biking, road biking, paragliding… The proximity of the Durance river and the Serre-Ponçon lake gives access to many water activities such as kayaking, stand-up paddle, boat trips… Various remarkable tourist sites also await you: the Sapet Forest, the Demoiselles coiffées, the Pelleautier lake which shelters a grnad number of birds, the Saint-Michel chapel on its islet, the Vieux Chaillol in the Parc des Écrins…