Pontis holds a strategic position between the Hautes-Alpes and the Alpes de Haute - Provence, overlooking the junction of the Durance and Ubaye rivers, above Lake Serre-Ponçon. The roads and alleys of this smallest village are edged with charming stone walls and wind their way up to the lookout to reveal a breathtaking view of the damand the largest man-made lake in Europe. To do and tosee: The Museum of the Valley, in the old school. The “Demoiselles Coiffées”, rock formations formed by glacial erosion. A walk in the Beech Tree Forest for its magical undergrowth; or a walk Walk around the Morgonnet for its balcony views. The megalithic tomb “Dolmen du Villard”.

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