Major : M. Jean Louis ARMAND
Nearly at the feet of Mount Couspeau and the Grand Delmas, that is 1,550 m high, Crupies is a typically scattered village. As they often come from the same family branches through distant relatives, few Crupians would leave their native land.
Musiflore Center welcomes all year long various activity classes while the small Roman chapel St Jean of Crupies, dating from the XI th Century, and situated on the hillside watches over the 90 inhabitants of the village. In the Viale just remain two habitations among numerous ruins.
With the Roubion running across, it is a very small rural place smelling of lavanda and "Picodon" goat cheese. Herons, deers, boars and other wild animals go drinking in the Roubion and the Soubrion that flow all the year. One can understand that hikers can enjoy in Crupies the ideal place to discover the mountain around with its rich fauna and flora.