- A tent pitched on a wooden platform with its own small terrace
- Simply furnished with a proper bed for comfort
- Great location in the Hautes-Alpes region for hiking, paragliding and adventurous activities
The Owner Says
Please bring your own bedding or hire these as an additional extra.
The campsite has plenty of activities and facilities including a heated pool (from 08/07 to 11/09), paddling pool (from 08/07 to 11/09), playground, petanque court, volleyball court and ping pong tables.
The kid's club takes place every weekday morning (from 09/07 to 01/09), and is a great opportunity to have fun and make new friends. With bow and arrow making, treasure hunts and outdoor games, there is something for everyone aged between 5 and 12 years old.
There are day-time family activities too (from 09/07 to 01/09) including astronomy workshops, guided walks and discovering the local flora as well as evening activities including magic shows, giant wooden games evenings.
Near the campsite activities are available including hiking, fishing, mountain biking, Via Ferrata (8 km), white water sports (10 km), paragliding (10 km) and horse riding (3 km).
Features & FacilitiesOutdoor heated swimming pool, paddling pool, wooden sun terrace, a central lodge with internet and free Wi-Fi, a playground, boules pitch, table tennis, 2 volley ball courts and bikes for hire. 'Camper's corner' shop for any essentials and groceries you have forgotten, plus books and board games to borrow and tourist information in reception. There are fridges and BBQs to hire and a small Pizza-Gill Restaurant (open July & Aug). Fresh bread if each morning if you order the evening before.
Welcome to the mountains folks. This is a place for alpine living, with hiking and mountain biking top of the to-do list for most campers. Road cycling and rock climbing are also popular – take on the big Tour-De-France-worthy hills to win your 'King of the Mountains' jursey. For fishing enthusiasts, the campsite is located on the banks of the Clarée river. Classified 1st category, the river is abundant in trout, as is the Durance, the Cerveyrette, and the many nearby mountain lakes.
Food & Drink
You can order morning bread and croissants at the campsite reception (tea, coffee, orange juice and jam are also available) and there's an onsite pizzeria with a terrace (open during July & Aug). Elsewhere, head up hill to Refuge Adèle Planchard (0033 4 76 79 92 14) in Val-des-Prés for rustic mountain grub.
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From Annecy, take the A43 then the N6. Follow signs for Valloire, then take the D902. Lyon Airport