La Ferme de la Serraz Campsite

Annecy, The Alps

Site code: AL014
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.

Eurocamp Active - Walking
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.

Eurocamp Active - Walking
Eurocamp Active Walk Gradings

Overview of our 6 exclusive Eurocamp walking routes

Walking route name
Distance
Highest Point
Height Change
Walking Time
Access
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Talloires to Cascade d’Angon and return6.5 km760 m295 m2.5 hrs (approx.)15 minutes drive from parc
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Lathuile Forest9 km (+2.4 km optional track)581 m150 m3hrs (+45 min optional track)10 minutes drive from parc
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The Two Villages Circuit8.5 km615 m164 m3hrs (approx.)Direct from parc
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Montmin and the ‘Sept Fontaines’5.5 km1085 m190m2.5 hrs (approx.)20 minutes drive from parc
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Thônes and the Pont Romain7 km871 m260 m2.5 hrs (approx.)40 minutes drive from parc
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Bout du Lac Nature Reserve3.1 km470 m30 m1.5 hrs (approx.)5 minutes drive from parc
Eurocamp Active Walking

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