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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

Reviews: Guests love it

Guests love it

8.1
Very Good
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Good
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Quality of the entertainment
    Good
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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!

  • The campsite offers a pleasant view of the valley and the surrounding mountains.
  • The restaurant has been built close to the entrance, near the reception.
  • At the swimming pool you can soak up the sun and enjoy the surrounding area. Or take diving lessons (for a small fee) in July & August.
  • Check out the brand new water slide!
  • Treasure hunts, face painting, dancing in the mini disco….the kids rule here in the summer holidays! The enthusiastic entertainment team really know their stuff.

The surrounding of Camping 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.

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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."

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

    Swimming & Pools

    Swimming and waterfun

    • Children's pool: 1 (21/06/2021 - 09/09/2021)
    • sunbeds in the pool area are free of charge
    • swimming shorts not allowed
    • outdoor pool: 1 (31/05/2021 - 14/09/2021)

    Extra Water fun

    • waterslide: 2 (30/06/2021 - 30/08/2021)

    Spa and Wellness

    • whirlpool: 1

    Facilities

    Eating and drinking

    • bar
    • Take away meals
    • Snack bar
    • restaurant: 1

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    • wifi: on the whole campsite (to be paid)
    • laundrette
    • Grocery shop
    • dryer
    • gas barbecue allowed
    • charcoal barbecue allowed
    • electric barbecue allowed
    • credit cards are accepted: Mastercard and Visa
    • Giant screen for sports events

    Activities & Sports

    Sports and Playing

    • jeu de boules
    • Rental bikes in the neighbourhood
    • diving: in the neighbourhood
    • kite surfing: in the neighbourhood
    • canoeing: in the neighbourhood
    • surfing: in the neighbourhood
    • Multisport area: 1
    • table tennis
    • trampoline
    • Large playground
    • golf: in the neighbourhood
    • beach volleyball
    • e-bike charging point (to be paid)

    Entertainment

    Animation

    • entertainment: English
    • Entertainment: Dutch
    • entertainment: French
    • Entertainment for toddlers
    • Entertainment for children

    Ratings & Reviews

    8.1
    Overall average score of reviews by Vacansoleil guests
    • Swimming Pools
      Excellent
    • Surrounding area
      Excellent
    • General maintenance of the campsite
      Good
    • Campsite staff
      Excellent
    • Quality of the entertainment
      Good
    • General standard of the accommodations
      Good
    • Restaurant facilities
      Excellent
    • Play facilities for children
      Excellent
    • Standard of sanitary buildings
      Good
    • Size of the pitches
      Excellent
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    Ratings & Reviews

    8.1
    Overall average score of reviews by Vacansoleil guests
    • Swimming Pools
      Excellent
    • Surrounding area
      Excellent
    • General maintenance of the campsite
      Good
    • Campsite staff
      Excellent
    • Quality of the entertainment
      Good
    • General standard of the accommodations
      Good
    • Restaurant facilities
      Excellent
    • Play facilities for children
      Excellent
    • Standard of sanitary buildings
      Good
    • Size of the pitches
      Excellent
    No reviews yet

    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 Camping 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
    • Train station: 2 km
    • Bus station: 300 m
    • Area: hilly and wooded
    • Nearest city/village: 2 km
    • Nearest lake: at 15 km from Lake Serre Ponçon
    • Supermarket: 2 km

    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 Camping 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
    • Train station: 2 km
    • Bus station: 300 m
    • Area: hilly and wooded
    • Nearest city/village: 2 km
    • Nearest lake: at 15 km from Lake Serre Ponçon
    • Supermarket: 2 km

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