Tourism in Vitrolles in the Hautes-Alpes

In the department of Hautes-Alpes, the small village of Vitrolles is nestled in the magnificent landscapes of the Southern French Alps. Do you want a quiet vacation, to rest away from the excessive bustle of the big cities? Here, you can forget for a few hours or several days the noise of a big city.

Several nature activities await you in Vitrolles. Do you like walking? Numerous paths allow you to discover this preserved area of the Southern French Alps. Other outdoor activities are also available in the Southern French Alps: paragliding, tree climbing, via ferrata, climbing…

Sun-drenched fruits (grapes, strawberries, melons, peaches, cherries), fish, white, rosé or red wines, olives from Les Baux… The attractiveness of southeastern France is also based on a tasty cuisine.

The area near Vitrolles invites you to numerous culinary visits, to meet the know-how of local producers.

As you travel through the roads of the Southern French Alps, you will find real treasures: chapels, churches, old houses, castles or manor houses?

You can get closer to the Tourist Office of Vitrolles to discover all the tourist sites in the area.

Are you looking for accommodation in the Hautes-Alpes department? Would you prefer to stay in a campsite, hotel or bed and breakfast? You can easily find accommodation in the region.

southeastern France: a nature destination

From the fish and corals of the Mediterranean to the eternally snow-capped peaks of the Écrins and Mercantour, the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region boasts a variety of landscapes and biodiversity found nowhere else in France. Numerous hiking trails await you in the Hautes-Alpes department, as well as rivers and lakes that offer many water sports activities.

The mythical passes of the Southern French Alps

Following in the footsteps of the Tour de France, amateur cyclists will certainly set out to conquer the mythical passes of the Southern French Alps. Discover the Izoard pass, the Galibier pass, the Lautaret pass, the Agnel pass in the Hautes-Alpes department, the Lombard pass on the French-Italian border, the Vars pass (altitude 2111 meters) between Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and Hautes-Alpes or the Champs pass between Alpes-Maritimes and Alpes-de-Haute-Provence (altitude 2089 meters).