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Camping Belvédère

Camping Belvédère

France, Rhône Alpes, Haute-Savoie, Annecy

Tel:  
04 50 45 48 30
other:  
04 50 33 87 96
fax:  
04 50 45 55 56
Open (touring pitches):  
28 March - 10 October.

Ref: FR74030

Alan Rogers Review

This municipal site is the nearest campsite to Annecy which can be reached in 15 minutes by a quiet, but steep footpath. There are 102 good sized pitches, 90 of which are for touring units and tents (rock pegs essential), all with electricity (16A) and water. Twelve fully equipped chalets are available to rent. Space may be limited if the site is busy. Tall pines and a steep hillside to the west provide a backdrop to the site and a variety of trees provide some shade. This site is ideally placed for visiting Annecy but is not suitable for large units.

Annecy is a very interesting town in a beautiful setting at the head of the lake of the same name. The old centre has historical interest and is intersected by flower decked canals with many restaurants and shops to visit. There is much to see and do in this region in both summer and winter, with Geneva, Chamonix and the high Alps close by. Le Belvédère, as its name implies, overlooks the lake and some of the pitches have stunning views over the lake to the mountains beyond. One small area is reserved for groups.

Facilities

Three modern toilet blocks, one heated in cold weather, with bathroom for disabled visitors. Laundry facilities. Small shop, bar and takeaway (June-Aug). Games/wet weather room. Playground. Bicycle hire. Communal area for barbecues. Sporting activities arranged. Bus to Annecy in July/Aug. Free WiFi near reception.

  • Bicycle Hire Nearby
  • Accommodation to Rent
  • Bar on Site
  • Boat Launch Nearby
  • Childrens Play Area
  • Lake/River Beach Nearby
  • Facilities for disabled visitors
  • Outdoor Pool Nearby
  • Shop on Site
  • Takeaway Food
  • Pets allowed
  • Wifi Free
  • Wifi Partial Site

Location

Directions

Leave A41, Annecy Sud, take N508 to Annecy. After some traffic lights descend a hill looking for ‘H’ and ‘Silence’ signs. Turn right up hill, signed Le Semnoz. Fork right, then turn left, signed Camping, site shortly on right.