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Why camping Alpes Dauphiné ?

  • This mountain campsite is a feast for your senses
  • Fill your lungs with fresh air and enjoy the view
  • Swimming pool, entertainment and outdoor activities

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Guests love it

8.1
Very good Overall ratings based on   32   reviews   by guests of Vacansoleil
  • Swimming pool
    Good
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • Maintenance of the campsite
    Good
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Swimming pool
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  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • Maintenance of the campsite
    Good
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Entertainment & activities
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Campsite information

Camping Alpes Dauphiné

Fresh mountain air, the sun on your face and a view to die for. Camping Alpes Dauphiné really is a feast for the senses. This welcoming mountain campsite lies on the southern flank of the Col Bayard. Head into the countryside and visit the lovely Alpine town of Gap. Or just spend the day by the edge of the swimming pool and do absolutely nothing!

Recommended by our region specialist

"Set on a southern hillside just south of Gap set within pure mountain air. Napoleon once led his army here and now the everyone can enjoy its charms. You must buy some perfume in Gap."

The surrounding area of Alpes Dauphiné

The Route Napoleon is one of the most beauitful routes in south-eastern France. It's not entirely sure if Napoleon did use this route after his exile on the island Elba. On his trip to Paris he was undoubtedly impressed by the beauty of the magnificent mountainous landscape that dominates this region.

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

  • Mobile home
  • Pitch

Accommodations, availability & prices

Ratings & Reviews

8.1

Overall average score of 32 reviews by guests of Vacansoleil

  • Swimming pool
    Good
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • Maintenance of the campsite
    Good
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Entertainment & activities
    Good
  • Accommodation
    Good
  • Food and drink
    Good
  • Play facilities for children
    Good
  • Sanitation blocks
    Good
  • Size of the pitch
    Excellent

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Surroundings

The Route Napoleon is one of the most beauitful routes in south-eastern France. It's not entirely sure if Napoleon did use this route after his exile on the island Elba. On his trip to Paris he was undoubtedly impressed by the beauty of the magnificent mountainous landscape that dominates this region.

Some tips for your holiday at Alpes Dauphiné in Gap

  • Gap is a lively city on the route Napoléon and is well worth a visit. There's a beauitful cathedral here and some pleasant, narrow streets to explore.
  • The Massif of Le Dévoluy is a nice idea for a day out.
  • Not far away there are two reservoirs of Serre Poncon and Sautet.
  • A little further afield, but certainly worthwhile is a cycling tour across one of the mountain passes of the Galibier (between Briancon and Alpe d'Huez) or La Cayolle.
  • Alternatively go mountain biking, rafting or paragliding in the area.
  • If you follow the Route Napoleon via the N85 northwards, you will eventually arrive in the city of Grenoble. This is a beautiful city located at the foot of the mountains that teems with art and interesting architecture. 
  • Nearest airport: Grenoble (GNB) at 145 km
  • Second nearest airport: Chambéry (CMF) at 165 km
  • Third nearest airport: Marseille (MRS) at 180 km
  • Supermarket: 2 km
  • Bus station: 300 m
  • Area: hilly and wooded
  • Nearest lake: at 15 km from Lake Serre Ponçon

Popular activities

  • Water sports in the neighbourhood: 15 km, Canoeing, Diving, Jetski, Kitesurfing, Pedalo, Surfing
  • Rental bikes: 2 km, City bike, Mountainbike, Race bike, E-bike, Bicycle for children, Bycicle seat for children

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