At the top of the pass, far from the crowds. A large, cosy wooden chalet that is well equipped and has space for everyone... This is perfect for a holiday where you will feel completely free. Enjoy!
Descriptif Un bain de nature
Come in, this is your home! A complete change of scenery for wonderful moments, showing time with family and friends in the sunny garden or over a game of table football. No more routine; just a good time with your nearest and dearest. You can make a good gratin for everyone in the gite's professional kitchen when tummies start to rumble. Everyone will find their own place for the night among the 7 rooms, dormitory-style or in a more private room.
During your stay:
Immerse yourself in the largest alder grove in Europe.
Do you remember your last stroll in the forest? The feeling of well-being created by the trees, the ever-changing smells, the sun playing on the leaves. Forests always triggers deep emotions, so why not follow the orientation trail, cross the fields rediscover children's games on the banks of the stream, making a meal or a dam... Stop for a picnic and then carry on walking if you feel like it.
The plateau of lakes, an Alpine paradise.
Explore the surroundings of the gîte as you approach the peaks that have been a sight to behold since your arrival. There is one that you really should not miss and that's the Taillefer plateau. It's like the Arctic Tundra or Scottish moors that have strayed into the heart of the Alps - a unique landscape! Under the watchful eye of the majestic Taillefer, you will marvel at the wild plants, lakes, peat bogs, marmots, and the pure, crisp air. So get your hiking shoes on!
Explore the special world of genepi.
Villard-Reymond is a village full of character, perched at 1650 m and home to a grower who reflects the image of her village: a personality with a sunny disposition! Chantal created the Jardins d'En Haut, where she grows plants that are usually wild, such as génépi and small fruits. She then transforms her harvest into delicious liqueurs and jams. But she'll explain it all to you better
that we can...
The thousand and one flowers of the Alps in a single garden.
Let's go and see what's going on a little further up the road at the Col du Lautaret. Up there, a handful of passionate scientists have had the superb idea of creating an extraordinary botanical garden that is home to 2,000 varieties of alpine plants from all over the world. Take the time to stroll through the gardens and admire the panoramic views of the Meije and the Ecrins.
Classification & labels
- Accommodation only
From 01/06 to 30/09/2020.