Discover our villages
Just a stone throw way from Dévoluy and Gap, the scent of Provence surrounds the majestic Pic de Bure.
Here life is simple, take a moment to explore our villages, walk around the narrows streets and the ‘andrones’ and taste the South.
Open wide your eyes and ears, everything is calm.
Nombre d'habitants : 368 - Superficie : 1852 hectares - Altitude : 717 m
Le nom de la commune vient du latin "Asper Mons" c'est-à-dire "montagne rude".
Les habitants s'appellent les Aspremontais et Aspremontaises.
Town of Aspres sur Buëch
Aspres sur Buëch
Inhabitants: 838 Area: 4265 ha Altitude: 717 m
Wrapped around the hill of the clock tower, Aspres on Buech is called "The city Snail".
Village of air and light known for exceptional aerology.
Town of Chateauneuf d'Oze
Number of inhabitants: 26 - Area: 2523 hectares - Altitude: 939 m
The charm of a small rural town close to the town center.
The people of Chateauneuf d'Oze are called Chateauneuvois ou Châteaunaris.
Town of Montbrand
Inhabitants : 66 Altitude: 985m
Located at the bottom of the Aiguebelle valley (Aigo-Bello: The beautiful water) and dominated by the peaks of Luzet, Montbrand is composed of 7 hamlets, quite distant from each other.
Town of Saint Julien en Beauchene
Inhabitants: 124 Area: 5900 ha Altitude: 920 m
Ideally situated on the winter road of Alps, on the D1075, at 82 km of Grenoble and 192 km from Marseille, between Dauphiné and Provence.
Town of Saint Pierre d'Argençon
Inhabitants: 157 - Area: 18.9 km2 - Altitude: 767
At the heart of the Chauranne valley, St Pierre d'Argençon was made famous at the end of the 19th century by the mineral water source "La Font Vineuse". A contemporary sundial adorns a facade.
Town of Veynes
Number of inhabitants: 3347 - Surface area: 4260 hectares - Altitude: 814 m
Veynes is distinguished by its rich past linked to the golden age of the railway, but also by the markets of the Middle Ages and the heroic acts of the Resistance