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Tourism in Saint‑Etienne‑en‑Dévoluy

in the Hautes-Alpes department, the village of Saint-Etienne-en-Dévoluy was built in the landscapes of the Southern French Alps.

By taking the secondary roads leading to the village of Saint-Etienne-en-Dévoluy, you will be able to revitalize yourself far from the pace of your daily life.

vacations are for you the opportunity to get closer to nature? Rent a bike or your mountain bike, put on your backpack and explore the paths of the Southern French Alps. During your stay in the Hautes-Alpes department, you can also try your hand at other activities. You can, for example, visit this region on a horseback excursion, or thrill to the thrill of defying the void on your first via ferrata.

In Saint-Etienne-en-Dévoluy, as everywhere in southeastern France, the local gastronomic culture is a real tourist attraction. Meet the local producers, directly on their farms, or at the many markets organized in the area.

The heritage of the Southern French Alps offers great ideas for visits and discoveries. Here, a church that has crossed the centuries. In the surroundings, a medieval castle which still stands its keep. You can organize your stay by contacting the Tourist Office. You want to stay in Saint-Etienne-en-Dévoluy or near Saint-Etienne-en-Dévoluy? Campsites, hotels, but also bed and breakfasts welcome you in the Hautes-Alpes department. We help you to book accommodation.

The Southern French Alps in winter

In this valley of the Dévoluy Massif, enjoy a Nordic atmosphere to practice your favourite sports: cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, snowboarding, sledging, snowshoeing… The Dévoluy Massif enjoys a privileged location, north of the town of Gap.

The mythical passes of the Southern French Alps

Cycling enthusiasts may climb the roads leading to the legendary passes of the Southern French Alps. Discover in particular the Izoard pass, the Galibier pass between Hautes-Alpes and Savoie (2645 meters), the Lautaret pass (2058 meters), the Bonette pass in the Mercantour massif, the Cayolle pass in the Mercantour massif, the Lombarde pass, the Allos pass between the Verdon and Ubaye (2250 meters) or the Champs pass.

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