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Saint-Véran

Located in the Hautes-Alpes department, the small village of Saint-Véran seduces by its authenticity. By choosing to take the discreet roads that lead to this charming village named Saint-Véran, you will revitalize yourself in complete serenity, far from the pace of everyday life.

The proximity of nature justifies the attractiveness of this village. You can go hiking or cycling on the paths and trails in the heart of the Queyras countryside. During your stay, you can also try out other activities: ultralight flying, horse riding, climbing, tree climbing, via ferrata…

From the shores of the Mediterranean to the high altitude meadows of the Southern French Alps, the diversity of climates and terroirs in the South-East of France has given rise to a tasty gastronomy.

The cuisine is part of the identity of this part of Queyras, where producers in love with their trade offer you tasty local specialties.

Medieval churches, wash houses, fountains, abbeys and monasteries… During your stay, you can also discover an exceptional historical and cultural heritage.

Organize your stay by contacting the Tourist Office of Saint-Véran…

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In the heart of the Southern French Alps, Saint-Véran is the highest village in Europe. This magnificent resort, classified as one of the most beautiful villages in France, offers beautiful slopes at altitude and combines sunshine and the pleasure of skiing. The ski area links Saint-Véran to Molines, offering skiers and snowboarders 36 kilometers of slopes.

The Queyras

With its typically mountainous landscapes, immense forests, valleys and high mountain pastures, the Queyras offers an impression of elsewhere. Skiing, snowshoeing in winter, hiking, climbing, via ferrata, canyoning, kayaking during the summer season: lovers of nature activities will be delighted. The region’s agricultural tradition has given rise to regional specialties, to be enjoyed after a day of sports.

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