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Camping in Rhône Alpes

260 campsites in France, Rhône Alpes

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

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Sunêlia Le Ranc Davaine is a large, busy, family-oriented site with direct access to the River Chassezac. There are approximately 500 pitches with 50 for...

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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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Nestled on the doorstep of the Ardèche Gorges, surrounded by nature and outdoor pursuits of all varieties; energetic ones such as rafting, cycling and swimming...

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With easy access from both the A6 autoroute and the N6, this attractive and welcoming site is situated in the heart of Beaujolais. It is...

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The Ferme de la Serraz campsite in Haute-Savoie is located in the centre of Doussard, a charming village on the west bank of Lake Annecy...

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If you are looking for large pitches, shady trees, mountain views and direct access to a lakeside beach, this site is for you. There are...

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This site on the bank of the Ardèche has been in the same family ownership for over 30 years. During this time there has been...

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Le Domaine de Sévenier is a modern, high-quality chalet complex enjoying a hilltop location with fine panoramic views over the surrounding garrigue, a unique mix...

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There are many campsites at Le Bourg-d’Oisans, but La Ferme Noémie offers something quite different from the rest. This is a tiny site with just...

This is a pleasant, unpretentious site with some really magnificent views across towards the western Alps. Formerly a farm (hence its name) and now under...

La Poche is a friendly, Dutch owned site located on the fringe of the Drôme Provençale. The site can be found 3 km. from the...

This site is located just north of the town of Dieulefit. The name originates from Dieu l’a fait, meaning God made it, so it is...

A very small campsite located in the Bauges Natural Park, Le Taillefer is the ideal spot for a relaxing holiday offering spectacular views of the...

Set on the banks of the rivers La Lande and La Ligne, la Turelure is in the heart of the Southern Ardèche with easy access...

This quiet site is situated between Bresse and Burgundy, and close to the A6 and A39 autoroutes. A picturesque timbered farmhouse houses the reception, bar...

Le Bois Simonet is located 3 km. from Joyeuse in the western Ardèche. There are 70 pitches here, most of which are occupied by chalets...

Les Trois Lacs is a 30-hectare site situated on the edge of three lakes in flat, open country in the north of Dauphiné. The camping...

This is a very well equipped, modern campsite in a lesser known area of the Ardèche. There are 97 good sized, level pitches, all for...

This urban site is situated on the banks of the Ardèche river, on the outskirts of the ancient town of Vallon. For those wishing to...

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.