Tourism in Puy-Saint-Pierre

The small villages offer you a real return to your roots. You will be charmed by Puy-Saint-Pierre, a small village in the Hautes-Alpes. This authentic village can be discovered along the streets. By choosing to take the secret roads that lead to the village of Puy-Saint-Pierre, you will enjoy a completely different pace, far from the bustle of the big cities.

Nature activities await the whole family in Puy-Saint-Pierre. The village is the starting point of many hiking trails, with itineraries adapted to amateurs or experienced walkers. During your vacation in the Southern French Alps, you can also try out other activities. For example, you can opt for a horse ride, or thrill during a tree climbing session.

Bouillabaisse on the coast, wines, apricots, peaches, tapenade, fougasses, ratatouille, lamb from La Crau, pistou soup, nougats and calissons… The attractiveness of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region also lies in its gastronomy.

Meet the local producers, by visiting their farms directly, or at the markets held locally.

Ancient churches, wash houses, fountains, monasteries, castles… Discover a local heritage rich in surprises.

You can get in touch with the Tourist Office of Puy-Saint-Pierre to discover all the tourist sites in the area.

Do you wish to stay in the Hautes-Alpes department? Campsites, hotels, bed and breakfast await you in the Hautes-Alpes department. You can easily book accommodation.

Serre-Chevalier, a skier’s paradise

In the Massif des Écrins, the village of Puy-Saint-Pierre gives you access to the many ski slopes of Serre-Chevalier. A real paradise for snow sports enthusiasts, this ski area is renowned for the quality of its snow cover, its grandiose setting and its numerous activities.

The mythical passes of the Southern French Alps

The Southern French Alps are home to some prestigious passes, where the athletes of the Tour de France have competed against each other. Discover in particular the Galibier pass, the Izoard pass in the Queyras regional park (2361 meters), the Lautaret pass, the Bonette pass (2715 meters), the Lombarde pass on the border between Italy and France, the Champs pass between the Alpes-Maritimes and Alpes-de-Haute-Provence or the Allos pass (altitude 2250 meters).