Névache is a small ‘Station village des Alpes du Sud’ (Southern Alps resort-village). Far from the crowds of the larger resorts, here you can explore the unspoilt natural environment in a village that has retained its charm. Lying in the heart of the countryside, Névache is an ideal destination for a family stay and a host of new adventures. Come and explore this protected natural area only 18km from Briançon. You will find a wide range of pursuits for all ages on offer, during relaxing as well as more active holidays! Nordic skiing
Belvedere of the Durance, clinging to the mountainside of Mount Prorel and 5 km from Briançon, Puy Saint Pierre and its hamlets reveal many factes of their heritage and unique environment.
Saint Martin de Queyrières
Saint Martin de Queyrières is the link between the “Briançonnais” and the Pays des Ecrins; so geographically speaking you have to pass through on your way to one or the other, and you most certainly should take the time to stop off to visit its interesting historical sites and natural curiosities (both plant and animal life)
Villard Saint Pancrace
A traditional village downstream from Briançon on the banks of the Durance to the Queyras: previously the activity in the village was mostly agricultural and mining and it has retained many old houses full of character, sundials, chapels and its listed church. Nordic skiing
The village of Puy-Saint-André stretches from 1 200m up to 2 950m above sea level and is part of the Serre Chevalier Valley ski area. The south facing village overlooks the Durance valley, has some stunning landscapes and is home to the Partias regional nature reserve.
10 km from Briançon, at the foot of the legendary Izoard mountain pass on the border with Italy and on the doorstep of the Queyras National Park. Nordic skiing