Looking for a campsite in Chartreuse? Welcome to the Savoie Les 3 lacs campsite at the gates of the Chartreuse Regional Natural Park!
Are you planning to go on holiday to Isère and are looking for a mobile home in the Chartreuse massif? The Trois Lacs campsite offers several comfortable rentals in an exceptional wooded area by the river, less than 30 km from the heart of the Chartreuse regional natural park. Ideal destination to visit the cellars of Chartreuse in Voiron and the museum of the famous liqueur in Saint-Pierre-de-Chartreuse, the 4-star campsite des 3 lacs offers 2 to 3 bedroom mobile homes with capacity for 2 to 8 people for a price per night from 47 euros. Each has its own bathroom, a living room with dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, and a terrace with outdoor furniture for relaxing. Do you prefer a stay in Chartreuse which is even more nature-oriented? The Trois Lacs campsite also has lodge and Bengali tents, canvas accommodation open to the outside but offering pleasant comfort: real bedding in the rooms, an equipped kitchen area and a garden furniture set. Ideal for enjoying the exceptional setting of the 3 lakes!
The pre-Alpine massif of Chartreuse, classified as a Regional Natural Park, is famous for housing the monastery of Grande Chartreuse whose monks pass on the secret of making the famous green liqueur of the same name. Between Grenoble and Chambéry, the natural park covers an area of almost 70,000 hectares straddling the departments of Isère and Savoie. To the west, the town of Voiron is famous for hosting the longest liquor cellar in Europe. These are of course the aging cellars of the Charterhouse, above which the bottling is also carried out. Among the emblematic natural sites of the Chartreuse massif are Lake Aiguebelette, Dent de Crolles, the bogs of the Herretang, Bois de la Batie and Col du Coq. There are also many heritage points of interest to discover if you are staying at a Chartreuse campsite, with in particular many old hydraulic installations, the fortifications of Grésivaudan, the boundary markers and posts that separated the Kingdom of France from the Duchy of Savoy, or even the rich and varied religious heritage of the Carthusians, composed of monasteries, churches, chapels, crosses and oratories.