Tourism in Upaix

In the department of Hautes-Alpes, the village of Upaix is nestled in a remarkable natural setting. By taking the secondary roads leading to this charming village, you will enjoy a completely different pace, far from the hustle and bustle of the big cities.

In this small village in the Hautes-Alpes, nature is always close by. It is the opportunity to go hiking or cycling on the paths in the heart of the Southern French Alps landscapes. Various nature activities can be practiced in the Southern French Alps: horse riding, tree climbing, via ferrata, paragliding…

In Upaix, as everywhere in southeastern France, the local cuisine is a tourist attraction in its own right.

The terroir is part of the identity of the village of Upaix, where passionate producers offer you tasty local specialties.

For many centuries, people have contributed to the beauty of the Southern French Alps: chapels, churches, castles, museums, wash houses are also worth a visit.

You can prepare your stay in the Hautes-Alpes department by contacting the Tourist Office.

You wish to find an accommodation near Upaix ? Many tourists prefer camping under the sun of the Hautes-Alpes. There are also bed and breakfasts and hotels with authentic charm. In order to help you prepare your stay, we present you a selection of accommodations.

Landscapes and people

In the Durance valley, the village of Upaix is situated in the heart of bucolic landscapes, composed of orchards, fields, woods and meadows. Here, the mountain is cultivated and discovered at man’s height. You will be able to practise many outdoor activities or to discover the local heritage.

The passes of the Southern French Alps

Cycling enthusiasts will perhaps set out to conquer the mythical passes of the Southern French Alps. These include the Col du Galibier, the Col de l’Izoard, the Col du Lautaret (altitude 2058 meters) in the Hautes-Alpes department, the Col Agnel, the Col de la Lombarde (2350 meters) on the Italian border, the Col des Champs (2089 meters) and the Col de Vars (2111 meters).