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A camping holiday in Isère rewards holidaymakers with a truly splendid landscape in which to enjoy all manner of outdoor activities, as well as keeping culture vultures and history buffs happy.
If you hold beautiful natural landscapes and the chance to view wonderful wildlife in high regards, then the Vercors Regional Nature Park is simply unmissable. Shared with the neighbouring department of Drome, the park’s tall limestone cliffs, bottomless gorges, cave systems, flowing rivers, green valleys and enchanting woodland provide the ideal place for rural recreation
In the Écrins National Park, straddling the departments of Isère and Hautes-Alpes, nature lovers will enjoy seeking out rare wildlife such as golden eagles, foxes, ibex and marmots while hikers will savour amazing vistas from the park’s Alpine peaks.
With a remarkably unspoiled landscape, the Chartreuse Regional Nature Park green sprawl overlaps Isère and Savoie, and boasts alpine meadows, gorges and dense forests. Along with natural wonders such as the Charmant Som summit and Guiers Mort gorges, the park is home to the stunning Grande Chartreuse monastery.
Fans of aquatic activities can find water sports available on the Isère River, as well as on the shimmering waters of the department’s many lakes. Pick of the bunch include Lake Sautet, Lake Paladru and the Laffery Lakes, all of which offer water activities such as kayaking, sailing and much more.
Scattered throughout the countryside of the department are a selection of fine castles and château, and in keeping with a holiday to France, it’s recommended that you visit at least one. Featuring the Museum of the French Revolution, Château de Vizille is a majestic building steeped in history with equally beautiful gardens. Other notable castles worth visiting include Château du Touvet and Château de Virieu.
The capital of the Alps, Grenoble wows visitors with its historic centre and numerous tourist attractions. Spend a day visiting Grenoble Museum, Bastille, Musée Dauphinois, Paul Mistral Park and the Grenoble Archaeological Museum.
A beautiful city steeped in history and culture, Vienne boasts a wonderful array of excellent attractions including the Temple of Augustus and Livia, Saint Maurice Cathedral, Museum of Fine Arts and Archaeology and the Archaeological Gardens of Cybele.
Offering a slower pace of life, the towns and villages of the department ooze nostalgia and charm, with Pont-en-Royans and Crémieu ranking among the most popular to visit while holidaying in Isère.
Perhaps the most popular attraction for children in the area, the Walibi Rhône-Alpes theme park features a host of thrilling rides and rollercoasters as well as a water park with sublime slides and pools.