Serre Chevalier Vallée Briançon, an even more accessible destination

Our 5 tourist information offices are marked Tourism and Handicaps for the 4 handicaps (mental-motor-visual-aural).


Certain facilities have been put in place: lowered benches, podotactile strips, etc., as well as the provision of "large format" publications in Braille and large print, magnetic loops, etc.
The tourist advisers are trained and/or made aware of the need to welcome people with disabilities.

With the support and advice of local associations and the Tourism and Disability Association.

All the accessible or marked structures are referenced in a blog Link to the blog. Accommodation, transport, activities, adapted guided tours.... Everything to simplify access to our destination and make your stay easier.

Some ideas for activities

  • sports activities supervised by professionals.

For example, in summer on the water or in the air and in winter on the snowy slopes
Adapted ski lifts and preferential rates granted

  • discovery

Cité Vauban heritage for the visually impaired or blind the Lautaret alpine garden trail, the Geology House.

  • the relaxation area ('biological bathing'), the Grands Bains, SPA and swimming pool.

More information on the dedicated blog Handiserrechevalier.