At Go Camp France we love the experience of trying new outdoor activities, which is why we love The Alps. There are many activities to enjoy for all of the family from mountain biking to walking.
We think that the campsites featured below are some of the best in the region and will fulfil the wants and needs of every member of your family, for your entire camping holiday in France.
Camping Les Fontaines | Annecy Lathuile
Les Fontaines is the perfect campsite to explore everything that the Alps have to offer.
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La Ravoire | Annecy Doussard
La Ravoire is a lovely campsite set near to the southern end of Lake Annecy.
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La Ferme de la Serraz | Annecy Doussard
La Ferme de la Serraz is located in the heart of the Alps, only 1km from Lake Annecy and is a firm favourite with those wishing to explore the region by walking and cycling.
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Le Belledonne | Bourg d'Oisans
Le Belledonne lies at the gateway to the Oisans on the edge of Les Ecrins National Park and for such a small campsite it packs quite a punch.
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Explore The Alps on a camping holiday!
The Alps are well known for their superb resorts such as Chamonix, Courcehval and Grenoble during the skiing season.
However when the sun comes out and the snow disappears from the lower areas, the Alps turn into a beautiful land of lush green valleys, glistening lakes and fields of flowers. Will there be snow?
Some of the mountains of course still have snow on but these lowland areas become a trekking paradise for walkers of all levels of ability, as well as excellent areas for mountain biking.
The mountains themselves provide ample opportunity for the those who wish to be challenged slightly further, with more walking, mountain biking and climbing. For the more adventurous there are various opportunities to try canoeing, kayaking and white water rafting.
The towns and villages that fall within the area of the Alps, contain many interesting medieval buildings and Grenoble has a cable car which travels up to the Bastille. This is a fortified hill which lies at the joining of three valleys.
The view from the Bastille shows Grenoble in its full glory especially in the dark where the whole town is lit up.
Grenoble sits in a valley itself and is allegedly the flattest town in France.