Tourism in Saint‑Apollinaire

The village of Saint-Apollinaire is located in an exceptional setting in the heart of the Hautes-Alpes. Settled in the landscapes of the Southern French Alps, the village unfolds its streets and old houses. Life here takes its time.

In this small village in the Hautes-Alpes, nature is always present. You can’t imagine a vacation without hiking or cycling? Numerous itineraries allow you to discover this unspoiled area of the Southern French Alps in a different way. Many nature activities can also be practiced in the Southern French Alps: first flight, horse riding, tree climbing, climbing, via ferrata…

The terroir of the Southern French Alps is a real tourist attraction.

In the vicinity of Saint-Apollinaire, discover several local markets where producers share tasty specialties with you.

In order to fully appreciate the local heritage, you may need to get off the beaten track. In a small village, there is a particularly well-preserved fountain. In the surroundings, a Renaissance castle surrounded by its gardens.

You can contact the Tourist Office of Saint-Apollinaire to obtain all the tourist attractions available in the surrounding area.

Are you looking for accommodation in southeastern France? Do you want to stay in the commune of Saint-Apollinaire? In order to help you prepare your stay, we suggest quality accommodation.

The Durance Valley and Embrunais

Saint-Apollinaire is located near the town of Embrun, in the Durance valley. You will be able to access the many water sports on offer on the Serre-Ponçon lake, or you can go hiking, mountain biking, climbing or even Via Ferrata. The region lends itself to skiing, dog sledding and snowshoeing in winter.

The Écrins National Park

Pastures and meadows, forests of deciduous trees, larches, cembro pines, spruces, firs, mountain pastures, glaciers, the Parc des Écrinsréunit on its adhesion area all the variety of the Alps. Nature, always present, offers many possibilities of activities: walking, cycling, mountain biking, climbing, via ferrata, canyoning, canoeing, mountaineering in summer, but also skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing or hiking, snowshoeing in winter. The towns and villages of the park will invite you to discover a simple and generous gastronomy: boiled bread, charcuterie, tourtons?

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