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In the Guillestrois

Saint-Clément sur Durance

900 meters above sea level
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White-water party

Why stay in Saint-Clément?

You can’t set foot in Saint-Clément-sur-Durance without putting it into the water! It’s THE white-water sports base for rafting, kayaking and other exciting activities… And canyoning is the other sensational way to experience Saint-Clément. For those who want to stay on earth: in addition to adventurous hikes from the neighboring valleys, Saint Clément offers a multitude of FFC-marked mountain bike trails. When you get off your bike or finish your hike, make a detour to “La Pause Paysanne”: the best of the Durance terroir is just around the corner!

All practical information

Thursday 20 June
Rain
15°C
min : 12°C / max : 17°C
Wind : 2km/hHumidity : 83%
Morning
12°C
Afternoon
16°C
Evening
12°C
Friday 21 June
Rain
16°C
min : 8°C / max : 17°C
Wind : 9km/hHumidity : 53%
Morning
9°C
Afternoon
17°C
Evening
8°C
Saturday 22 June
Sunny
17°C
min : 6°C / max : 17°C
Wind : 12km/hHumidity : 53%
Morning
9°C
Afternoon
16°C
Evening
8°C
Sunday 23 June
Sunny
15°C
min : 5°C / max : 15°C
Wind : 9km/hHumidity : 40%
Morning
7°C
Afternoon
15°C
Evening
8°C
Monday 24 June
Cloudy
16°C
min : 7°C / max : 18°C
Wind : 11km/hHumidity : 54%
Morning
10°C
Afternoon
18°C
Evening
10°C

Village presentation

Saint-Clément-sur-Durance is the right stopover for curious vacationers. The village is quite peaceful at the foot of its mountainside, criss-crossed by perched hamlets. The angular figure of the Sarrasine tower watches over the old houses and colorful alleyways. Saint Clément is devoted to the Durance: you’ll enjoy strolling along its banks, while the “Traverses” on the opposite side invites you to look up! The cliffs, like the breathtaking “pli couché”, are part of the remarkable Cottian Alps Geopark.

What to do in Saint-Clément-sur-Durance

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