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To see around Lake Annecy

Tourism and places of interest Around Lake Annecy


Our campsite by the shores of Lake Annecy allows you to participate in many water sports like sailing, canoeing, stand-up paddleboarding, wakeboarding, diving and water skiing. You can sunbathe as you rest on the lake’s beaches with bathing facilities while your kids swim and splash around with their feet in the water, in complete safety. The Haute-Savoie boasts magnificent natural areas for hiking, skiing, canyoning, cycling, microlight flights and skydiving.

Take the time to explore every inch of Annecy’s old town and get lost in its traboules (hidden passageways). Stop in the charming villages bordering the lake – like Doussard, Duingt, Menthon-Saint-Bernard, Sévrier, Saint-Jorioz, Talloires-Montmin and Veyrier-du-Lac – to discover the region’s heritage. If you love high altitudes, hiking and mountaineering, head for Chamonix, La Clusaz or Sambuy to escape a while and admire the gorgeous peaks that dominate the Alps.

To do, to see around Annecy Lake

Famous for the beauty of its panorama and for the charm of the towns and villages which border it, the lake of Annecy is also a ground of leisures appreciated by the amateurs of aquatic activities and water sports. The purest lake in Europe thanks to the attentive protection programs that it is the subject, Lake Annecy is lined with several beaches dedicated to swimming and water sports near your campsite: beach, pier, Sailing school and nautical club in Doussard, beach and wakesurf club in Angon, Brune Veyrier-du-Lac beach, or the grassed beaches of Duingt and Albigny in Annecy. To discover the panoramas of the lake by bike, a greenway connects Annecy-le-Vieux to Sevrier, Duingt and Doussard before climbing to Albertville. On the banks of the lake nestle architectural pearls: do not miss the enchanting scenery of Duingt, the intact charm of the old Annecy, the abbey and the priory of Talloires-Montmin, or the medieval castle of Menthon-Saint-Bernard.