The 5* Camping La Ferme de la Serraz, close to the beautiful Lake Annecy in the French Alps, is a delightfully relaxed site. It is ideally located for exploring this spectacular area and this green site is surrounded by superb mountain scenery.
Camping la Ferme de la Serraz is a small, friendly campsite where you can soak up the stunning panoramic views from the swimming pool terrace, or simply relax on your grassy emplacement. Facilities include two swimming pools (one just for toddlers), a children’s playground, TV and games room, as well as a snack bar. This is a friendly, family-run site that makes an ideal base for young families as well as keen walkers and outdoor sports enthusiasts.
A lakeside beach is located just under a mile from site where you’ll find opportunities for swimming, boat trips and a wide choice of water sports.
La Ferme de la Serraz is located in the village of Doussard at the southern end of Lake Annecy. The village is a short 10 minute walk from the site – here you will find shops, a restaurant and a bar which is open when the bar and takeaway on site are closed in low season. The picturesque town of Annecy is 12 miles from site. Explore the flower- lined canals and attractive streets, before taking a boat ride out onto the shimmering lake.
Close to the Alps
Small and friendly family-run site
Panoramic views from pool
Many sports available locally
No entertainment on site
Water sports available on the lake including pedaloes, windsurfing and sailing
Food & drink on site
Bed linen and towel hire,
Beach towel hire
Food and drink on site
Children of all ages will enjoy a day trip to Walibi Parc. The action-packed theme park has thrills for all the family, including the Pirate Waterpark (a 1.5 hour drive from site). The Gorges du Fier (20 mins drive) is a beautiful gorge 300m long and 70m deep. The gorge is traversed along a high-level walkway, not for those without a head for heights! The area is a paradise for outdoors enthusiasts – there are several golf courses nearby, as well as a cycle path running the length of the lake.