Tourism in Nossage-et-Bénévent

The village of Nossage-et-Bénévent in the department of Hautes-Alpes enjoys an exceptional location. This authentic village can be discovered from square to square. You will find in Nossage-et-Bénévent another pace of life is offered to you.

Are you looking for a dream setting for a sporting vacation, in contact with nature? Numerous hiking trails crisscross this unspoiled area of the Southern French Alps. You can also try your hand at various activities in the Hautes-Alpes department: horse riding, tree climbing, via ferrata, paragliding…

Fruits of Provence (strawberries, grapes, apricots, peaches, melons, cherries), seafood and fish, white, rosé or red wines from Bandol, Saint-Tropez or the Rhone valley, olives from the Alpilles: the diversity of the soils in the south-east of France has given birth to a large number of regional specialties.

During your vacation, you should definitely visit a local market. There you can meet local producers and discover vegetables, fruit, sweets and other local specialties.

The region’s heritage offers the promise of beautiful discoveries. In a small village, a well-preserved wash house. There, an old medieval castle with its ramparts and towers.

Prepare your stay in the department of Hautes-Alpes by getting in touch with the Tourist Office of Nossage-et-Bénévent .

Would you like to stay near Nossage-et-Bénévent? The campsite is popular in southeastern France. You can also find remarkable guest rooms and hotels here. Discover a selection of accommodation.

The lakes of the Hautes-Alpes

In high or medium mountains, the Hautes-Alpes have many lakes of all sizes. Some offer water sports, such as Serre-Ponçon. Torrents and lakes are home to a rich biodiversity: insects, fish, amphibians, birds… You will be able to fish, swim in the specially designed lakes, or practise white water sports such as canyoning or kayaking.

A paradise for nature lovers

Hiking is a major part of the region’s tourist activities. You can also discover famous climbing sites, such as those in the neighbouring commune of Orpierre. Discover also, in the south, the mountain of Lure which serves as a refuge for many animal and plant species.