Tourism in Veynes

Do you want to spend your stay in peace and quiet? Discover Veynes, a picturesque village in the Hautes-Alpes. This village preserved from the Provençal baronies will seduce you by its authenticity. The village of Veynes offers to the 3100 inhabitants as to the tourists several local stores and a serene atmosphere.

The beauty of nature is at the heart of the attractiveness of this village. There are numerous hiking trails in the village: length, difficulty, unevenness, you will find here itineraries suitable for children as well as for more experienced walkers. You will also have the opportunity to try out different activities in the Hautes-Alpes department: paragliding, horse riding, climbing, via ferrata, tree climbing…

Fruits and vegetables, fish and shellfish from the Mediterranean, wines, olives from Les Baux… The diversity of climates in southeastern France has given rise to many specialties. The terroir is part of the identity of this part of the Provençal baronies, where passionate producers offer tasty local specialties.

As you travel through the roads of the Provençal baronies, you will find real treasures: churches, chapels, old residences, castles or manor houses…

You can contact the Tourist Office of Veynes for interesting places nearby.

Are you looking for accommodation in Veynes or in the vicinity of Veynes? Many tourists prefer camping in the sunny Hautes-Alpes. There are also hotels and guest houses with authentic charm. Discover a selection of accommodations.

The Baronnies of Provence

The valleys of the Baronnies Provençales Regional Nature Park each have their own soul, terroir and landscapes. The exceptional biodiversity of this territory can be discovered on foot, by bike or on horseback, to be even closer to nature. You will also appreciate the exceptional terroir of the Park, with its lavender fields, its fruit and vegetables, its honey, its traditional breeding?

The Gapençais

The natural region around Gap is called the Gapençais. It is renowned for the beauty and great diversity of its landscapes. The fields, forests, mountain pastures, lakes, rivers and valleys here make up a charming backdrop between mountain and countryside.