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Terrain au Bord du Canal de Savière

Max. 15 people per unit - Size 870 m2
Camping spot, RV park, Surrounded by nature
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Camping spot description
Ideally located at the entrance to Chanaz on the edge of the Savière canal, this land offers you a strategic location to take advantage of all the activities of the little Savoyard Venice.
What you can bring to the spot
Rooftop tent

About the property

Property description
Located in Chanaz, the little Savoyard Venice on the banks of the Canal de Savière, a stone's throw from Lake Bourget, this plot of land of 870 m2 is ideal for motorhomes, campers... Via -Rhôna and many sports activities nearby ( fishing, hiking, rental of electric boats, canoes-kayaks, etc ...
Facilities property


    Activities nearby
    Canoeing and kayaking
    Speedbike by Andreas Rondahl
    Fishing by Vectorstal
    Stand up paddling
    Sailing and boating
    Water skiing and wakeboarding
    Wildlife watching
    Wine tasting by Made
    Wine tasting
    Secret tip
    - The walnut oil mill and the roastery:
    Chanaz is renowned for being an artisanal city. Two sites are essential: the walnut oil mill and the roastery. The mill, built in 1868, brings up to date the hard job of miller. Every year, 50,000 visitors push the door of this historic building. Another place that has become cult: the roastery, which offers demonstrations of old-fashioned coffee roasting.
    - The Canal de Savières, a historic link:
    4 km long, the Savières canal connects Lake Bourget to the Rhône. It was for a very long time the main means of communication between France and Savoy. At present, three boat companies offer unique cruises on this channel. In addition, this year, shuttles between Chanaz, Portout and Châtillon beach have been set up to facilitate access to the major sites of Chautagne.
    - The Gallo-Roman Museum, unique pottery:
    Installed in a Gothic chapel, in the heart of the medieval village of Chanaz, this museum offers an astonishing exhibition of pottery, shiny ceramics, everyday objects, coins or jewelery from the 5th century BC. Many of these pieces were found near Portout.
    - The Via Rhôna stops at Chanaz:
    The cycle route that connects Lake Geneva to the Mediterranean Sea passes through Chanaz. The small city has set up a specific system to best accommodate cyclists.
    - Canal Boat:
    Bateaucanal offers every day from May 1 to the end of September a departure at 3 p.m. from Chanaz (do not hesitate to contact us to find out the summer timetable) for a "grand tour" lasting 2 hours and 15 minutes, with the passage of the lock, navigation on the Rhône, the Canal de Savière and the north of Lac du Bourget. It is also possible to take a "little tour" of the Ecluse-Rhône or a "little tour" of the Canal-Nord du Lac. You can find all the details on our website. Every weekend, 3hoo lunch cruises take you on a discovery of the canal and the lake as far as Hautecombe Abbey.

    Property rules

    Booking rules
    • Check-in
      10:00 - 18:00
    • Check-out
      before 11:00
    • Arrival allowed on
      Monday to Sunday
    • Departure allowed on
      Monday to Sunday
    Property rules
    • Barbecue by Gregor CresnarBarbecue allowed
    • No events & parties allowed
    • Pets allowed
    • Wheelchair by Gregor CresnarWheelchair accessible
    • Barbecue allowed, the site must of course be left clean.


    Chanaz, France

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