There are numerous climbing (le Crôt, le Monal) and via ferrata / cordata (Peisey-Nancroix, Val d’Isère, le Roc du vent, Ste Foy) sites in close proximity to the camp site.
In Bourg St Maurice (2 km) – Open air and indoor pools, sauna. Open every day. Preferential rates for camp site guests.
Come and make use of the 2 outdoor tennis courts available to you, all just 200m from the camp site. Pick up the list of tennis courts in Bourg-Saint-Maurice
In Baudet Malin: Go out in the company of a donkey to take your children aged 3 and above for a walk, or go on a family trek. Prepared and marked circuits.
10 % discount for camp site guests – Introductory course or powerful rapids and untamed gorges. From 35 to 60 € / pers.
Our region boasts a wide variety of fishing sites with its large Alpine lakes, its natural lakes on the plains and in the mountains, its rivers and its streams. A real angler’s paradise!
The Vanoise National Park is 15 minutes by car from the camp site. For all levels from family strolls to energetic routes.
With Arcs En Ciel or Darentasia : FFVL certified para-gliding schools – from 65 to 70€ / person, aged 5 and over, and 10 % discount for camp site guests!
Mountain excursions, fun and convivial or more technical outings in the «trial» zone or on downhill trails.
There are numerous Spa and Fitness centres for you to enjoy in the resort: Relaxing, draining or muscle-easing massages by appointment in our genuine Mongolian yurt at the camp site. A totally original experience!
Opposite the most beautiful glaciers, 7000 m² of larch and spruce-scented forest, where you will be cheered-on by marmots.10 % discount for camp site guests – aged 2 ½ and over
Séez is the ideal starting point for a large number of circuits: the Col du Petit-Saint-Bernard, the Col de l’Iseran and the Cormet de Roselend etc… These highly enjoyable routes make superb family bike rides.
On the slopes of the legendary resorts of the Upper Tarentaise: Les Arcs (2km away by the funicular), La Plagne, Tignes Val d’Isère, Sainte Foy, La Rosière. The camp site is ideally positioned at the junction of all the resorts. Free bus service between the camp site and the 1st chairlift in la Rosière and the les Arcs funicular.
For a different and more versatile way of riding the snow, don’t leave it any longer, try snowboarding. In the region’s more legendary resorts, riders’ feet are always attached! Free bus service between the camp site and the 1st chairlift in la Rosière and the les Arcs funicular.
In the heart of the French Alps: there are a great many routes, with famous races such as the Pierra Menta, the Dome de la Sâche, the Grande Sassière, the Mont Pourri, the Ruitor and, of course, the Aiguille des Glaciers.
The village has a magnificent cross-country skiing circuit for all levels, which winds across a large plateau at the bottom of the village. Equipment hire in Bourg-St-Maurice
Helicopter flights with two drops on Savoie’s snow-covered slopes. Discover the beauty of the off-piste and why not the Ruitor glacier in Italy.
In Peisey-Nancroix, les Arcs and Val d’Isère, discover dog-sledding, a sport derived from the ancestral tradition of the Inuit.
A great opportunity to discover mountain culture, naturalists take turns to lead these excursions which are combined with a meal in a mountain inn. 10% discount for camp site guests.
Introduction to the sport of ice climbing in Val d’Isère, les Chapieux, la Gurraz and Peisey Nancroix. Half-day, full-day and overnight trips available with equipment provided. 10% discount for camp site guests.
Free skiing Off- Piste or Exploring: leave the pistes and set off to explore the most beautiful resorts in the Tarentaise and elsewhere. 10% discount for camp site guests on presentation of proof.
You will discover the pleasures of flight and the rudiments of flying over the magnificent playground that the Alps make up! Thrills and adrenalin assured!
Treat yourself to a snow scooter excursion amidst the superb snow-covered scenery of the Vanoise massif. In total harmony with nature, come and discover new show-riding sensations in the area.
The biggest high-altitude dam in Europe: The arch measures 180m high, of which 20m are foundations, 295m wide and 43m thick
In an exceptional location in the Beaufortain and built at the end of the 19th Century, today it is occupied by farmers. So, come and taste some great farmhouse cheeses!
A magnificent little Tarentaise village. Its stone buildings are reflected in the lake with Mont Pourri (3779 m) as a backdrop. It is not unusual to see several chamois …
Rich in wildlife, you are bound to see marmots, chamois and bearded vultures. The flora is also unique for its colours and tones.
Magnificent lakes, coombs and valleys come one after another on this route with an island on one of the lakes offering a superb view of the Italian side of Mont-Blanc.
A legendary col: The Iseran is the highest of the Maurienne cols at 2770 m. It links the Maurienne with the Tarentaise.
Closed in winter. At an altitude of 2188m the col du petit Saint Bernard or colle Del Piccolo San Bernardo marks the frontier between France and Italy.
2 slopes connect the Beaufortain and Tarentaise valleys. A col not to be taken lightly! The ascents are long, covering nearly 20 kms and the waters more than turquoise.
Two centuries of working on hides (since 1805). The tour of the Tannery gives visitors the chance to look round the original workshops and appreciate the utensils and tools used in tanning. Philippe Favre still tans hides for decoration. Entry free.
This is where the woollen fabrics and sheets known the world over originated. Founded in 1817, the production of woollen sheets is testament to an old textile industry which still creates its products in the purest craft traditions. The visitor can watch the carding, spinning and weaving of Savoyard sheep’s wool on machines scheduled by the historic monuments authority.
The visitor can learn about the work of fifty craftspersons and artists from Savoie. Various pieces are exhibited: wood, wrought iron, furniture, pictures, furnishing fabrics, sculptures, ornaments and jewellery. Entry free
Through its unique regional collection, the minerals museum displays the ancestral work of the crystal hunters. Reconstruction of crystal caves, retrospective on the work of crystal hunters and slide show on the wildlife of the Alps. Appropriately, it was a renowned family of local crystal hunters, the Canovas, who founded the museum in 1986.