The Savoie is known for its landscapes, but the campsite is also an ideal destination to discover a few of France’s most beautiful towns like Annecy, its canals and flowery balconies, and especially Lyon, this majestic city dominating the Rhône. Gourmets are not forgotten about as the region offers various delicious products such as the wines from the Rhône valley, the liqueur from the monastery of Chartreuse, the fish from the lakes of the Savoie and the cooked meats from.
In Les Abrets you can visit a 3 ha animal park, with more than 150 animals and 60 different species. The park specialises in predators with fur or feathers and offers a green setting with animals from all over the world.
The liqueur of Chartreuse, known since many centuries, is made from 130 plants and is carefully prepared by the monks of Grande Chartreuse monastery. The green and yellow cellars where this beverage is made are popular tourist sites of the region.
On the edges of the lake of Annecy, visitors can enjoy the town centre’s warmly coloured streets and Piedmont style flowery balconies, or stroll around in the Parc de l'Impérial along the lake.
In the beautiful setting of the Gaul capital the old town centre of Lyon offers an exceptional architecture; heritage of 20 centuries of history. The town also offers a gastronomic tradition making it one of the best known culinary cities of France.
Leisure park Walibi offers attractions for the entire family. It offers thrilling attractions and attractions for children, but also shows and a water park. Enough fun for the entire family.
The ViaRhôna is a cycle itinerary of 450 kilometres, which runs along the Rhône. The route offers ‘Voies Vertes’ and cycle paths and is part of a project to connect the Léman lake to the Mediterranean Sea.
Through the gorges and deep valleys, the massif de la Chartreuse shows impressive tops in the calcareous rocks, up to 2000 metres high. This park is a true oasis for hikers; it offers 1300 kilometres of hiking paths.
One of the most exceptional natural sites in the region! Do not miss the fun or sporting visit of these caves located near the banks of the Rhône and Lyon!
Built in the 13th century in Avressieux, this castle which was originally a fortified house is now a medieval museum open to the public. Discovery.
Do not miss the visit of this medieval fortress dated from the 9th century and its splendid French gardens!
A veritable symbol and point of arrival for many paths popular with hikers, the Nivolet cross sits high on the heights of Chambéry and offers one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the region.
From its height of 60 meters, this waterfall offers a striking spectacle and its surroundings are home to many hiking routes
Also known as the caves of Saint Christophes, these cavities reserve an unforgettable visit between its galleries and its cliff-side passages.