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Discover the story of the migration of the butcher from Embrun to Marseille.
Come and visit our family exploitation and taste our products! Honey and derivatives products (propolis, pollen, royal jelly, gingerbread, sweets ...)
At the Interpretation Center for Architecture and Heritage, come and discover a permanent exhibition at the Pôle XXe in free access, a media library, a terrace and a solarium near the Combette beach.
Essen'Ciel Spirulina: a precious ally of your vitality!
Nadine and Patrice, farmer-market gardeners, invite you to discover their vegetable gardens and observe farm animals (chickens, rabbits, sheep, lambs, ponies, goats, calves, ducks ...)
The Les Capucins contemporary art center offers four to five exhibitions a year.
Farm of 30ha, more than 200 animaux. Educational visits, fun, feeding animals, feeding bottles to young people, caressing spaces.Elevage Angora goats, ostriches, processing cereals (flour, beer, pancakes) Plates terroir summer. Farm produce shop
Apiland is a scenographic space dedicated to bees and a farm whose beekeeping production is nationally recognized. Gold medal at the general agricultural competition in Paris in 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Located in a beautiful mountain setting in the Hautes-Alpes, at an altitude of 1150m, the Boscondon Abbey is a remarkable XIIth century monument.
Built between 1170 and 1220 and one of the most important religious monuments of the French Alps, the Notre-Dame of Real cathedral is truly a gem of romanesque and gothic architecture : a must see !
Beautiful roman building of the XIIIth century with its twin openings. This is where the Canons of the Embrun Cathedral Chapter would meet.
Discover the world of energy at one of the biggest dams in Europe!
Between the sky, the mountains and the Serre-Ponçon lake, all staff members of the park welcome you to share an unforgettable family time between emotions and sensations.
The school museum of yesteryear is located on the church square and is dedicated to school and public education in the mountains. The old one-class school in the hamlet of the Church closed in 1966; it is now converted into a museum.
Former dungeon of the Archbishops of Embrun, admire the 360 degree view of Embrun and the Durance valley at the top of the tower.