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In the Guillestrois

Saint-Crépin

910 meters above sea level
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Why stay in Saint-Crépin?

Saint-Crépin is the ideal place for nature-loving hikers to contemplate. The Durance river is just as essential as the mountains. It will carry you on its indulgent and invigorating (when fall comes) waves. After water, air! And there’s no lack of it here, with its aerodrome renowned among hang-gliding enthusiasts. Gliders enjoy some of the best conditions in Europe. It’s also a gourmet’s paradise, with theTable de Gaspard” Michelin-starred  restaurant delighting your palates with the very best the region has to offer.

All practical information

Thursday 20 June
Rain
18°C
min : 15°C / max : 20°C
Wind : 4km/hHumidity : 85%
Morning
15°C
Afternoon
20°C
Evening
16°C
Friday 21 June
Rain
19°C
min : 12°C / max : 20°C
Wind : 10km/hHumidity : 57%
Morning
12°C
Afternoon
20°C
Evening
12°C
Saturday 22 June
Sunny
21°C
min : 9°C / max : 21°C
Wind : 12km/hHumidity : 49%
Morning
13°C
Afternoon
19°C
Evening
12°C
Sunday 23 June
Sunny
18°C
min : 8°C / max : 18°C
Wind : 10km/hHumidity : 40%
Morning
10°C
Afternoon
18°C
Evening
12°C
Monday 24 June
Cloudy
19°C
min : 10°C / max : 21°C
Wind : 12km/hHumidity : 56%
Morning
13°C
Afternoon
21°C

Village presentation

From lavender fields to snow-capped peaks, Saint-Crépin is the Alps with a Provencal accent. The medieval village roles up around a promontory. It features a superb playground for children and picnic tables for lunch in the shade. The village is the starting point for atypical family trails. Thuriferous junipers over 1000 years old and fairy chimneys are just waiting for your shoes!

What to do in Saint-Crépin

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