For amazing holidays in Alsace, consider booking a stay at the abundantly green resort of Camping Le Parc de la Fecht. This peaceful destination nestles in a bucolic environment in the Haut-Rhin department of Grand Est, close to the town of Munster.
The campsite rewards holidaymakers with the chance to reconnect with nature by exploring 4.5 hectares of greenery featuring trees, grass and well-maintained hedgerows. There are many activities offered at the site that make use of its lovely location including petanque, table tennis, badminton, cycling and fishing in the nearby pond.
Whilst discovering the freedom and adventure of such a natural campsite, children can make friends at the outdoor playground or indoor games room and library. Pleasant recreational activities for the whole family include hiring bicycles from reception and embarking on a little cycling trip around the campsite.
The campsite has a fresh bread delivery service and small souvenir shop. Campers are nicely situated for quick trips into Munster where they can find a range of local amenities including restaurants, supermarkets and shops.
The emplacements of the campsite are best described as scenic and serene, and feature our range of mobile homes equipped with a selection of useful amenities. Rest well surrounded by the soothing sounds of nature and the rejuvenating fresh air in your lungs.
Along with exploring the local area on picturesque walks and scenic bicycle rides, a stay at Le Parc de la Fecht will allow you to visit the captivating town of Colmar. Steeped in Alsatian culture, the town boasts a wealth of tourist attractions including the Unterlinden Museum, Little Venice, the Bartholdi Museum, The Three Castles of Eguisheim and the Château du Hohlandsbourg.
Holidaymakers who love to pull on a pair of sturdy boots for an invigorating hiking trip will take great pleasure in a day trip to the Petit Ballon, one of the highest peaks in the Vosges mountains range.
There are numerous lakes in the region, each offering different landscapes and various activities. A selection of the most-visited lakes worth checking out include Lac Blanc, Lac de Gérardmer and Lac de Longemer.
From 17/05/2023 To 03/09/2023
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Dogs and cats allowed