In Charbillac - commune of Saint-Bonnet in Champsaur - Champsaur valley, between the Drac and the Ecrins massif, very quiet hamlet facing south at 1100 m altitude, our house (3 bedrooms, mezzanine, open kitchen on living-room) welcomes you from May to September for relaxing holidays or sports.
23 km from Gap -
3 km from the medieval village of Saint-Bonnet in Champsaur (all shops) -
90 km south of Grenoble -
Many animations in the valley.
The hamlet of Charbillac will seduce you with its calm and its breathtaking landscapes.
At 2 km to the hamlet of Aubérie, you will appreciate the Pétètes chapel: the jewel of Benevento and Charbillac. This site, classified as an historic monument is a very good example of naive art. Dedicated to St. Gregory, this construction of the eighteenth century has a very special ornamentation, you will admire the many statues that line the facade.
The museum of Pisançon 1.5 km is also worth a visit, to learn a little more about the history of the region.
If you enjoy walks or hikes in nature, Benevento and Charbillac is located near the Ecrins National Park. You will discover with pleasure the richness of the flora and fauna. Edelweiss, fox, marmot, chamois or golden eagle, are waiting for you.
In full grove champsaurin, you can enjoy the many walks to do in the region in the heart of the Ecrins National Park, the GR 54 around the Old Chaillol, many small villages to visit, many lakes and waterfalls.
Leisure parks, tree climbing, mountain biking, sailing, horse riding, parachuting in Gap-Tallard.
In summer, swim in the lake, fishing lake or river, hiking in the mountains or on the spot in the woods, horseback riding, cycling route (mountain passes), mountain biking (marked trails).
Saint-Bonnet in Champsaur: historical capital of the Champsaur Valley is one of the few medieval villages in the French Alps. Located on the Napoléon road, on the border between Dauphiné and Provence and adjacent to the Écrins National Park, Saint-Bonnet en Champsaur bears witness to a prestigious past and has been preserving its cultural heritage for centuries. Place Grenette, which has retained its medieval character, was formerly reserved for the grain market, hence its place name Grenette. The Tounes: place of passage forced in the XV century to reach the Saint-Jacques gate, this place, with its fountain and tounes (arcades) has retained a medieval footprint.
To recharge your batteries, nothing is better than local specialties, Tourtons Champsaur, donkey ears, ravioles, cold meats and cheeses from our valleys.
Also visit the nearby Valley of Valgaudemar nicknamed the Little Himalayas! This narrow valley of high mountains is closed to the west by the circuses of Gioberney and Chabournéou. In addition to mountaineering, hiking is an ideal key to enter this fortress.
Possibility in summer to visit the Dévoluy through the Noyer pass. You will be able to admire at 2500 m the observatory of the plateau of Bure, the site of the Etroits (site of climbing), the Mother-Church, chapel of XIe century, of Romanesque architecture classified historic monument and especially the sources of Gillardes classified like the second sources of France after Fontaine de Vaucluse!
You can also go on an excursion on the side of Gap, the capital of the Hautes-Alpes. This pleasant city located on the famous Route Napoléon promises you real wonders if you take the time to stop. Its magnificent pedestrian center, its area of Charance or its departmental museum will make you regret not spending more time here.
Further, Grenoble or Briançon will also be an opportunity to enjoy your stay.