Hauteluce Village

  • Le village d'Hauteluce en été
  • La rue principale du village, ses commerces et sa vue sur le Mont-Blanc
  • Le centre du village et son église
  • Retable de l'église d'Hauteluce
  • Eglise Saint Jacques d'Assyrie
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  • Le charme et l'authenticité d'un village typiquement savoyard
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  • Hauteluce village fleuri
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  • L'Ecomusée d'Hauteluce
Le village d'Hauteluce en étéLa rue principale du village, ses commerces et sa vue sur le Mont-BlancLe centre du village et son égliseRetable de l'église d'HauteluceEglise Saint Jacques d'Assyrie836_saisiese_479.jpgLe charme et l'authenticité d'un village typiquement savoyard836_saisiese_452.jpgHauteluce village fleuriarnaud_spani_hauteluce_ete_2015_67.jpgL'Ecomusée d'Hauteluce
In the heart of the Beaufortain, at 1150m altitude, Hauteluce is a beautiful and authentic Savoy village. The log cabins and mazots cling to the slope around the church, its bulbous bell tower and its an exceptional tree.
It is a flowery village where life is good. On the spot some shops and restaurants are at your disposal as well as free shuttles to join Les Saisies or Belleville in winter and in summer.
Spot to discover in or around the village:
- The listed church of Saint Jacques d'Assyria (Baroque style, exceptional bell tower and altarpiece ...)
- The Ecomuseum of Hauteluce (permanent exhibition of objects of the everyday life of yesteryear, costumes, reconstitution of a classroom ...)
- The lime tree in the center of the spectacular village dating from the revolution
- Small alleys, chalets and ancestral mazots, hamlets and their chapels between the Col du Joly and Col des Saisies
- The breathtaking view of Mont Blanc
- Valley farms, most of which produce the milk used to make Beaufort
- The many hikes, the dam of the Girotte and its lake, the ski areas of Saisies, Espace Diamant and Hauteluce Les Contamines ...
All year round, daily.
  • Types :
    • Town of Art & History
  • Main facilities :
    • Historic site and monument
  • Parking :
    • Car park
    • Coach parking
    • Free car park
  • Visit :
    • Guided tours
    • Tour free of charge
  • Entertainment :
    • Activity
    • Concert
  • Historical patrimony :
    • Historic patrimony
    • Town / Village
    • Wash house
  • Religious patrimony :
    • Religious heritage
    • Church
  • Services :
    • Pets welcome
  • Leisure facilities :
    • Picnic area
    • Bar
    • Play area
    • Entertainments room
  • Cultural leisure facilities :
    • Exhibition space
    • Book shop
  • Help for client/transport :
    • Coach access
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Phone : +33 4 79 38 21 64
  • Spoken language(s) :
    • French


Village d'Hauteluce
Chef lieu
GPS coordinates
Latitude : 45.751
Longitude : 6.5851
Free of charge.
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City stadium (football, basketball), swings, slides, games (under parents' responsibility). Fitness trail with self-service open-air weight training equipment. Petanque court, tennis courts. Picnic tables...
Examples of our valley’s heritage: objects from the past, local traditional dress, reconstruction of old fashioned home and class room, temporary exhibition.
This baroque church is famous for its steeple that we call "clocher à bulbe". This monument is dedicated to St Jacques d'Assyrie (1st évêque of Tarentaise).
We welcome you in the ecomuseum of the village to give you all the information about the area. We are at your disposal to advise you and allow you to discover the secrets of our wonderful valley.
Local public service, municipal life, administrative procedures, civil status, marriage, town planning, public works, library, crèche, municipal postal agency ... Teams at your service to inform you and support you in your projects.
Beautiful hamlet preserved a few steps from the village of Hauteluce. You can discover a mill (not visitable) and among the oldest granaries madwood Beaufortain. The stream that runs through the hamlet gives it an almost enchanting side.
A hamlet not to be missed just before arriving at Hauteluce or leaving. Very old log cabins, a small alley full of charm and a remarkable chapel (visible only from the outside) with the Beaufortain massif as a backdrop.
On the northern slope of the Hauteluce valley, below the Outray mountain St Sauveur deserves a visit if only for its chapel (visible only from the outside). It also offers a breathtaking view of the village of Hauteluce.
The vast hamlet of Belleville is located at the foot of the Col du Joly, at the end of the valley of Hauteluce. It includes a chapel rather important and interesting in its style. It is composed of farm or imposing chalets.
Small hamlet located between the village of Hauteluce and Belleville. Very beautiful little chapel (visible only from the outside). Some remarkable chalets and mazots.
Small hamlet located just before arriving at that of Belleville much larger. Charming Savoyard chalets with flower gardens and a pretty little chapel.
This remarkable lime tree has been in the center of the village of Hauteluce for more than 200 years. It was planted here at the French Revolution, hence its name.