• Nearest Lake: 1km

  • Nearest Town: Doussard 5km

  • Nearby Towns:

    • Faverges: 9km
    • Annecy: 19km
    • Geneva: 70km
    • Chamonix: 73km


Grotte et Cascade de Seythenex is a cave with all sorts of passageways open to the public, and the St Ruph waterfall, located about 12km from the parc. Les Jardins Secrets (Secret Gardens) are a bit further out but are a lovely place to spend a day. There are also a large number of canoeing, kayaking, fishing, waterskiing, windsurfing and quad biking opportunities in the Annecy area.

Days Out


L’Aquarium du Lac du Bourget

Less than 50 km away you can find an aquarium to thrill the children. L’Aquarium du Lac du Bourget sits at the edge of the largest natural lake in France in Aix-les-bains. There are over 40 species of fish accompanied by touch-screens, TVs and interactive activities to make the whole experience thoroughly enjoyable.

Grotte et Cascade de Seythenex

Grotte et Cascade de Seythenex

The Grotte et Cascade de Seythenex are a great day out and are the only tourist caves in Haute Savoie. You can explore the wonderful geological features under the earth and walk to the top of a 40 metre waterfall which you can then zip wire across (if you dare).

Château de Menthon St Bernard

Château de Menthon St Bernard

Discover the magnificent castle set high over Lake Annecy with interesting architecture and exceptional period features. For more stunning historical objects visit Château de Montrottier, which has a remarkable collection of furniture, ceramics, lace and rare Asian and African objects.

Les Jardins Secrets

Les Jardins Secrets

Les Jardins Secrets are an absolute delight with different themes, explosions of colour and atmospheres – they are a must-see.

Le Palais de l’Ile

Le Palais de l’Ile

One of the most beautiful structures in Annecy is Le Palais de l’Ile, surrounded by water on three sides and beautifully illuminated at night. But it does have a dark side... can you hear the fint sound of chains ratting? This building has been used as a jail, but it is now a museum of local history.

Events in the Region

Events, Lake Festival, Annecy

Lake Festival, Annecy

There is always an opportunity to party around Lake Annecy and there are a whole host of sporting, cultural, traditional and international events which give the area a lively pulse. One of the main events is the Lake Festival on the first Saturday of August, culminating in 70 minutes of fireworks set to music and special effects.  The spectacular fireworks draw huge crowds each year so be sure to go early! 2020 date to be confirmed.

Off Parc Activities

Surrounded by the mighty Apls and close to the shores of Lake Annecy, this site offers the perfect surroundings for an active holiday. There are tons of facilities nearby and not surprisingly a lot of the activities are on the water. There are boat trips, scuba diving, rafting, windsurfing, canoeing, rowing, kayaking and dinghy sailing, all going on around the lake. If you prefer land activities there is abseiling, volleyball, tennis, golf, fishing, horse riding, and mini golf all nearby!

The following activities are available off parc:

Tennis 1 km from site
Golf 6 km from site
Fishing 1 km from site
Horse Riding 8 km from site
Cycling 10 km from site
Climbing wall 20 km from site
Karting 12 km from site
Boat trips 18 km from site
Rafting 7 km from site
Scuba Diving 12 km from site
Windsurfing 1 km from site
Canoeing 1 km from site
Pedalos 1 km from site
Rowing boats 1 km from site
Dinghy sailing 1 km from site
Kayaking 1 km from site



There is a multitude of climbing opportunities around Annecy. These limestone mountains offer a wide choice of crags and a spectacular range of routes, all of which are easily accessible from our parcs in the area. Chamonix and Mont Blanc are both just 45 miles from Annecy, offering the most concentrated mountaineering area in the world and a major sports climbing venue. North of Annecy, for serious thrill seekers, is the huge via Ferrata in Thrones, renowned as the most difficult in this climbing region. The awe-inspiring Gorges du Fier is definitely worth a visit, where you walk through a narrow canyon on a footbridge attached to the rock face, as the river rushes directly beneath you.

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Just some of climbing areas you can enjoy...

Les Perouses850East
Les Grandes Suites15100South-West
Le Biclop15200South-West
Grande Jeanne20100South-West
La Balme de Thuy2326South-East
Le Sapey2550South
La Balme de Sillingy3275South-West
Aravis- Le Grand Bornand371South-West
Col de Colombière4964South-East
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The Alps average temperature and rainfall

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Walking and hiking

Annecy is sandwiched between the Aravis Mountains and the Bauges National Park, on the edge of the beautiful Lake Annecy, which is fed from three glaciers via the rivers of melting snow that pour into the lake every spring. Visiting in May is a must, because from May to early June, the meadows are rich with wild flowers, with no less than 300 species to be found.

This picturesque area offers you nature in all its glory, with cascades, rivers, mountains, forests, traditional villages and châteaux all waiting to be discovered. Bird lovers also have lots to look out for from May to September, as there are hunting Peregrine and even Golden Eagles to spot. Annecy really is a fantastic base for all walkers and nature-lovers.

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Eurocamp Active - Walking

Walking booklet

To help you make the most of your Walking parc, we offer our exclusive booklet with 6 bespoke routes for download from your holiday file on all walking parcs.

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Eurocamp Active Walk Gradings

Suitable for all ages. Some are also suitable for pushchairs (listed on terrain information for a particular walk). Total distance of track does not exceed 10km. Flat or gentle hills. No steep sections, no scrambling. Can include up to 200m of ascent/decent. Adequate signs at majority of intersections. Walkers need no previous experience but are expected to exercise normal care regarding their personal safety, especially in tidal zones.

Overview of our 6 exclusive Eurocamp walking routes

Walking route name
Difficulty level
Highest Point
Height Change
Walking Time
Talloires to Cascade d’Angon and returnModerate6.5 km760 m295 m2.5 hrs (approx.)15 minutes drive from parc
Lathuile ForestLeisurely9 km (+ 2.4 km optional track)581 m150 m3 hrs (+45 min optional track)

5 minutes drive from parc

The Two Villages CircuitModerate8.5 km615 m164 m3 hrs (approx.)10 mintues drive from parc
Montmin and the ‘Sept Fontaines’Leisurely5.5 km1085 m190 m2.5 hrs(approx.)20 minutes drive from parc
Thônes and the Pont RomainChallenging7 km871 m260 m2.5 hrs(approx.)45 minutes drive from parc
Bout du Lac Nature ReserveChallenging3.1 km470 m30 m1.5 hrs (approx.)10 minutes drive from parc

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Road cycling

The combination of peaceful countryside, lakeside paths and mountain ascents make Annecy the perfect cycling destination – that’s why it was chosen for the mountain finale of the 100th Tour de France. Annecy itself is very cycle-friendly, with the Lake Annecy greenway considered the most beautiful cycleway in France. All the greenways, countryside routes and cycle routes combined amount to nearly 110 available routes for cycling fanatics!

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Eurocamp Active - Road Cycling

High spec bike hire

If you prefer to travel light, there are cycle hire companies nearby. ‘Cycles Annick Toinet’ have been based in Sevrier since 1990 and are approximately 10km from the parc towards Annecy. Their website is in French, but you can contact them in English. They speak English and can deliver bikes to the parc. For more information please see https://cyclesannicktoinet.jimdo.com/

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Free cycling routes

Free cycling routes, supplied by each regions' local tourist office, can be found at the Eurocamp reception on parc. These are great for planning your road cycling adventure, so don’t forget to drop in and pick one up when you arrive.

Important Information

Bike rental is supplied via a third party and we have no control over their operation, meaning that this might be different from advertised. All rentals are subject to the supplier’s terms and conditions, and payment is made direct to the supplier.