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267 campsites in France, Rhône Alpes

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Nature Parc l’Ardéchois

Camping Nature Parc l’Ardéchois is a very high-quality, family-run site within walking distance of the amenities of Vallon-Pont-d’Arc. It borders the River Ardèche, and hugely...

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Sunêlia Le Ranc Davaine

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2023, 2022, 2021, 2020

In the heart of the Ardèche and close to the famous gorges, Sunêlia Le Ranc Davaine is a large, busy, family-oriented site with direct access...

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Camping Sandaya Le Soleil Vivarais

A large, lively, high quality site bordering the River Ardèche, complete with beach, Soleil Vivarais has much to offer visitors, particularly families with children. Of...

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Camping Saint Disdille

Saint-Disdille is situated 300 m. from the beautiful Lake Geneva and the famous spa towns of Thonon-les-Bains, which can be reached on a bus that...

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La Grappe Fleurie

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2023, 2022, 2020

With easy access from both the A6 autoroute and the N6, this attractive and welcoming site is perfect for overnight stops. But stay awhile and...

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Camping Sandaya La Nublière

This is a large commercial site on the southern banks of Lake Annecy and has its own beach directly on the lake. The site consists...

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Sunêlia Aluna Vacances

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2023, 2022, 2021, 2020

Situated on the doorstep of the Ardèche Gorges, Sunêlia Aluna Vacances is well-placed for all kinds of outdoor activities. The famous Pont d'Arc itself is...

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Camping Sandaya Les Jardins de Privas

This spacious site is on the southern outskirts of Privas and aims to provide a warm and friendly atmosphere. The site has 166 large, grass...

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Camping La Ferme de la Serraz

Camping La Ferme de la Serraz is near Doussard (Haute-Savoie), a village just south of the impressive Lake Annecy. You will look out over the...

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Camping les Truffières

Les Truffières is surrounded by vineyards and truffle oaks in a rural setting on the edge of the Réserve Naturelle des Gorges de l’Ardèche. There...

Camping des Ulèzes

A neat and tidy family run site with a long season only five minutes’ walk from Saint Donat and only 16 km. from the A...

Camping Huttopia Bourg Saint Maurice

Huttopia Bourg-Saint-Maurice is on a small, level plain at an altitude of 830 m. on the River Isère, surrounded by mountains and attracts visitors all...

Camping le Champ Long

The 4-star Le Champ Long campsite is located in the Alps. It has 87 pitches in total and enjoys an exceptional location at the gates...

Huttopia le Moulin

Le Moulin is a member of the Huttopia group and is situated just 300 m. from the centre of Saint Martin-d’Ardèche. The site has its...

Camping la Garenne

Camping La Garenne, , is a medium-sized family run campsite with a total of 123 pitches, of which are largely laid out on flat terrain...

Camping la Chapoulière

Camping la Chapoulière is a medium sized site, alongside the Ardèche river, some two kilometres south of Ruoms. Grassy banks allow easy access to the...

Camping le Nid du Parc

The Parc des Oiseaux is one of Europe’s largest and most popular ornithological parks and can be found at Villars-les-Dombes, northeast of Lyon. The 19...

RCN la Bastide en Ardèche

You are assured of a warm welcome at this site and much recent attention has been paid to the layout of the park with floral...

Camping le Couriou

Le Couriou is a family run site in the beautiful Drôme countryside just south of Die. There are 131 stony/grassy, level pitches of varying sizes...

Camping le Pastural

Camping Le Pastural is situated slightly north of Aubenas, against a mountain. The pitches on this small family camping site are laid out on terraces...

Rhône Alpes

With a rich and varied landscape, the Rhône Alpes is a spectacular region that includes the craggy gorges and scented hills of the Rhône Valley, the deep valleys and mountain slopes of the Savoie Alps and the forbidding Dauphiné Alps.


The Rhône Valley holds areas of great interest and natural beauty. From the sun-baked Drôme, with its ever-changing landscapes and the isolated mountains of the Vercors to the deep gorges and high plateaux of the Ardèche, studded with prehistoric caves and lush valleys filled with orchards, it is a region of immense diversity and splendour. For the energetic there are cycling, horse riding and even white-water rafting opportunities, while for the more leisurely inclined, the remote areas are a haven for bird watching and walking.

Lying between the Rhône Valley and the Alpine borders with Switzerland and Italy are the old provinces of Savoie and Dauphiné. These are areas of enormous granite outcrops, deeply riven by spectacular glacier hewn valleys and hailed as some of the world’s leading winter playgrounds. Despite development, great care has been taken to blend the old with the new and many traditional villages still retain their charm and historical interest. For many, it is an opportunity to escape the crowds and enjoy some clean air, unusual wildlife and stunning views.


Places of interest


Aix-les-Bains: Spa resort on the Lac du Bourget; boat excursions to the Royal Abbey of Hautecombe.

Annecy: Canal-filled lakeside town; 12th-century château; old quarter.

Bourg en Bresse: Late Gothic Eglise de Brou; wetlands centre rich in birdlife.

Bourg-Saint-Maurice: Centre of Savoie café society.

Chambéry: Old quarter; Dukes of Savoie château; Savoie museum.

Chamonix: Site of first Winter Olympics in 1924; world capital of mountain climbing.

Grenoble: Fort de la Bastille by cable car; museum with 19th- and 20th-century art.

Lyon: Gallo-Roman artifacts; Renaissance quarter; historical Fabric Museum; silk museum.

Vallon-Pont d’Arc: Base from which to visit Gorges de l’Ardèche.

Gratin Dauphinois

Cuisine of the region

Bresse (Poulet, Poularde, Volaille de): the best French poultry, fed on corn and, when killed, bathed in milk.

Farcement (Farçon Savoyard): potatoes baked with cream, eggs, bacon, dried pears and prunes.

Gratin Dauphinois: potato dish with cream, cheese and garlic.

Gratin Savoyard: another potato dish with cheese and butter.

Tartiflette: potato, bacon, onions and Reblochon cheese.