Camping holidays on the Via Rhôna cycle route

Camping on the Via Rhôna

Whether you’re an old hand or a keen beginner, a camping holiday by bike provides the ideal opportunity to go cycling with all the family and to explore the Rhône valley en route. The Via Rhôna runs from Lake Geneva to the shores of the Mediterranean, starting with panoramic views of the Alps, taking in the vineyards of the Côtes du Rhône and southern Provence and finishing with the beaches of the Camargue. 815km long, this cycle route opens up new landscapes every day as it follows the course of the River Rhône.

Our campsites on the Via Rhôna offer a range of touring pitches and rental accommodation.

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With its wonderful countryside, unique architectural heritage and world-famous culinary reputation, the Rhône valley is never short of surprises. Travelling by bike gives you the freedom to follow the river at your own pace, stopping off to visit a vineyard or sample the local cuisine as the fancy takes you.

The Via Rhôna cycle path offers a range of bike rides tailored for family groups and the chance to take a break and try your hand at one of the many water sports activities available along the way. From the shores of Lake Geneva to the Mediterranean Sea you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice with canoeing, kayaking, rowing, windsurfing, catamaraning and jet-skiing all promising a fun and refreshing break en route. Alternatively, a river trip is a great way see this lovely region of France with fresh eyes.

So, what are you waiting for? Treat yourself to a camping holiday by bike! The Via Rhôna cycle route is accessible to all and offers the chance get together with the family and enjoy a memorable holiday.

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