Large Wooden Chalet « Génépi » (4)
- Sleeps 7 (max 7 adults, 5 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Private Bathroom
- Bed Linen Not Included
The Owner Says
Camping La Cabane is a tranquil haven set along the banks of the river Durance with stunning mountain views of the Alpes.
These Wooden cabins, set amongst trees - which provide welcome shade on those hot sunny days, make for a relaxing holiday environment.
Ideal for families, sleeping up to 6 people and come fully equipped with a kitchen area, lounge space, shower room and wc.
Enjoy the private terrace with dining space, for those al fresco meals from breakfast to evening dinner.
You can do as much or as little as you wish. From kayaking and rafting, to mountain biking and fishing to riverside strolls along the Durance, you set the pace at this wonderful campsite.
Enjoy freshly baked bread and pastries in the morning, and buy local farm produce sold on site from the small food stall. Enjoy an aperitif al fresco with other holiday makers on site, or relax by your chalet and enjoy the mountain views in the distance.
There are plenty of games for children to keep occupied from boules to ping pong as well as numerous water sports the river has to offer. There is a trampoline and a climbing wall also on site so children can enjoy the great outdoors and for rainy days there is an indoor play room with a TV and a selection of games including table football...
About Camping La Cabane
Everyone! Tents, campervans, caravans, groups, pets...
Welcome the the mountains. In a setting like this you're never short of things to do. Stretching from the west of the campsite is Ecrins National Park, while, to the east of the campsite is the Queyras Regional Natural Park. Rock climbing, via ferrata, mountain biking and, of course, hiking are all popular locally, while, if you want to make things easier, it's a half-hour drive (lots of switch-backs at the end) up to the lift station in Risoul (1850 metres). The chairlifts, initially erected for skiing, open again in the peak summer season and can be used for around €6 a pop or €20 for the day. They open up 70km of marked trails for hiking and mountain biking and let you get some initial height without the hard work. If you want to earn your very own polka dot jersey, the roads make for unbeatably hilly road cycling too. In Eygliers (a 10-minute drive), you can easily arrange kayak hire and stand-up paddle boarding on the river (it's also a good spot for river swimming) and there are municipal swimming pools in St Crépin and Guillestre. It's not all about breaking a sweat, though. If you fancy a little culture there are a couple of UNESCO-protected villages, fortified by Vauban in the 17th century, nearby – Mont-Dauphin (10–15 minutes) and Briançon (30 minutes). It's also 40km to the village of Saint-Véran (50 minutes) – reputedly the highest village in the whole of Europe (2,040 metres).
Food & Drink
It's a 15-minute walk into the village of Saint-Crépin. Les Tables de Gaspard (+33 4 92 24 85 28) is worth every penny. The food is good and the setting is as atmospheric as they come, stepping down in a vaulted, 16th-century room with seating for around 20 people. The completely unassuming exterior makes it all the more of a surprising find. There's a decent pizzeria (+33 4 92 45 36 06) too and a bakery further into the village. For a decent-sized supermarket, drive the 10–15 minutes to Guillestre.
Camping La Cabane is located at Camping La Cabane, La Cabane 05600, Saint-Crépin, Hautes-Alpes, France
The nearest SNCF train station is just 4km away in Mont-Dauphin Guillestre (5–10 minute drive). From there, get on any train that mentions Briançon and hop off in Saint-Crépin.