City Abriès Department Hautes-Alpes

City hall - Abriès

Le Bourg
05460 Abriès

Tel. : + 33 (0) 4 92 46 71 03
Fax : + 33 (0) 4 92 46 83 70

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Video town Abriès
Abries - is one of the ancient cities of the administrative area of the Provence — Alpes — Côte d'Azur region, Department Hautes-Alpes, with an exciting millennium history. The city that has not lost its way over time, and has found its place under the sun to shine today in its entire splendor.

Emblem of the city


Emblem department

Department Hautes-Alpes

Abriès is a French commune located in the department of Hautes-Alpes. It is a part of the Regional Natural Park of Queyras (Parc naturel régional du Queyras). The village is located in the end of the valley of Guil (Valle du Guil) and appreciated by its location (there are many hiking trails, medium and long), plus a wonderful environment and air. The village is on the way between Italy and the Southern Alps in France.
The village is popular with tourists in summer who goes hiking in the region or involved in climbing. In winter, people come here to ski. Abriès is in the mountains and is famous for the fact that here is opened a small ski resort. It has well-developed infrastructure, excellent hotels, restaurants, shops, including shops with sports equipment, which sells quality clothing and footwear for winter sports. On Wednesdays a local market opened where people sell fresh regional and farm products.
Commune Abriès includes several hamlets: the tributary Torrent de Bouchet and Guil are home to about 300 permanent residents, the village of Le Roux - about 50 inhabitants. Abriès economy is mainly based on agriculture. Revenue in the village treasury brings such sector of ​​the economy as winter and summer tourism. In recent years, young people are increasingly left to live and work in Abriès, because today it is also a ski resort which makes it possible to develop a business and trade.
Abries - 77 km2

Map Abriès


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