Tourism in Salérans

A tourist destination in the Hautes-Alpes department, the village of Salérans seduces by its authentic charm. Do you want to go green and relax? For as long as you wish, the village of Salérans provides you with a real haven of peace.

You can take advantage of your stay to indulge in friendly outdoor activities. You can go hiking or cycling on the paths in the heart of the preserved landscapes of the Southern French Alps. According to your desires, you can also try your hand at different activities in the Hautes-Alpes department: ultralight flying, horse riding, tree climbing, climbing, via ferrata…

Taste the famous bouillabaisse on the coast, rosé wines (in moderation), apricots, peaches, tapenade, olive oil, fougasses, ratatouille, lamb from La Crau, pistou soup, nougats and calissons. Indeed, the plurality of climates and soils in southeastern France offers a large number of specialties.

Gastronomy is part of the identity of this part of the Southern French Alps, where passionate producers perpetuate traditions that are often centuries old.

Landscapes are not the only tourist attraction of the Southern French Alps. Churches, museums, and castles are also worth the detour.

The local Tourist Office will advise you on the activities to discover and the tourist sites that can be visited in the area. Our website also references various ideas for activities in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur. Activities in the heart of nature or culture, summer activities or sports activities, several hundred ideas have been listed. Are you looking for accommodation near Salérans? Are you looking for a campsite, a hotel or a bed and breakfast? Whatever you choose, you can easily book accommodation in the region.

Nature in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

From the alpine valleys of the Queyras to the perched villages of the Luberon, from the Écrins to the Mercantour, discover the 12 natural parks, including 4 national parks, of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region. You will be able to enjoy many nature activities: walking, horse riding, cycling, via ferrata, climbing, paragliding, bungee jumping, etc. You can also take advantage of the rivers and coastline of southeastern France to discover other activities such as white water sports, canoeing, jet-skiing, paddle, diving, and snorkeling.