Gap Tallard Valleys, where the promise of a multi-faceted territory. Our tourist routes allow to discover, according to their theme, villages and points of interest. By car, motorcycle, bike, on foot or even on horseback, these courses will guide you on the road of holidays!
By car, motorcycle or bicycle ... explore this itinerary to discover 14 villages and let us guide you to the heights of our valleys!
Through the proposed circuits, mixing nature, culture and agriculture and thanks to the established orientation tables, you will be able to discover magnificent panoramas, from 180° to 360°, between mountain and Provence, between plains, plateaux, landscapes of orchards, and at the water's edge. The villages have pretty little churches, wash houses, fountains, old houses with some ruins from another era. The Napoleon Road or the Fruit and Wine Route are tourist routes that cross the Route of perched villages. On the courses, discover our local producers, restaurants, accommodation, sports activities, fun and discovery.
The Saulce is called "Avenue Napoleon" in memory of the battle that took place on the town on March 5th, 1815 - A fresco depicting a Napoleonic soldier sheltering in the chapel of Tallard Castle. The Emperor will make a triumphant entry to Gap the evening of March 5 and spend the night at Auberge Marchand de Gap, rue de France where there is a commemorative plate.
In memory of its passage in the Hautes-Alpes, it was decided to build refuges in the passes that did not have to protect travelers. The Napoleonic Refuges of Izoard, La Croix, Walnut, Manse, Vars and Agnel were inaugurated in 1858.
And only 10 km from Gap, discover the little walk of the Hat of Napoleon which offers you an exceptional panorama on the gapençais.
Discover a road in the heart of the orchards!