Tourism in Puy-Saint-Eusèbe

The village of Puy-Saint-Eusèbe is located in an exceptional setting, in the heart of the Hautes-Alpes. Nestled in the heart of magnificent landscapes, this authentic village of the Southern French Alps combines modernity and tradition. By taking the secret and winding roads that will lead you to the village of Puy-Saint-Eusèbe, you will revitalize yourself far from the hectic pace of your daily life.

You enjoy your stay to practice an outdoor sport activity? Numerous hiking trails run through this unspoiled area of the Southern French Alps. Many activities can also be practiced in the Southern French Alps: paragliding, climbing, tree climbing, via ferrata…

The gastronomic specialties of the Southern French Alps are also a real tourist attraction. The local markets allow you to immerse yourself in a friendly atmosphere while discovering local products.

The historical heritage of the Southern French Alps offers exceptional tourist treasures: churches, chapels, old houses, wash houses, castles…

You can prepare your stay by contacting the Tourist Office of Puy-Saint-Eusèbe .

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The Parc des Écrins

The Massif des Écrins offers a great diversity of landscapes. From the flowered valleys to the Barre des Écrins, which is over 4000 meters high, several mountains share the park, and there are many outdoor leisure activities in the park: walking, mountain biking, zip lines, canyoning, rafting, kayaking, mountaineering in summer, but also skiing, snowboarding, ski touring, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter. You will also appreciate the local gastronomy: boiled bread, pies, delicatessen…

The passes of the Southern French Alps

Cyclists are sure to hit the roads leading to the legendary passes of the Southern French Alps. Discover in particular the Galibier pass, the Lautaret pass in the Hautes-Alpes department, the Izoard pass in the Hautes-Alpes department, the Bonette pass, the Agnel pass (altitude 2744 meters) in the Hautes-Alpes department, the Cayolle pass (altitude 2326 meters), the Champs pass (2089 meters) or the Allos pass.