Swissplage Camping

Camping activities



Whether you enjoy cycling on flat roads along the Rhône, tackling mountain passes, or navigating forest trails, the region offers diverse terrains to test your bike. If you're seeking a bit more comfort on challenging ascents, the e-bike is a pleasant alternative. It allows you to effortlessly reach summits while fully enjoying the pleasure of escape. Feel free to rent an e-bike and explore the wonders of the region. The varied landscapes and panoramic trails in the area are truly worth the detour.



The campsite lake is the perfect place to cool off and soak up the sun. Exclusively reserved for campers, this private lake is directly fed by the Rhône, providing refreshing and invigorating water. Take advantage of it to swim every day and take care of your health.


Play area

Welcome to our little campers! A playground specially designed for them is just a stone's throw away from the terrace and the restaurant. Parents can relax while keeping an eye on their children having safe fun. It's also the perfect place to make new friends and create unforgettable family moments.


Mini Farm

The youngest campers will have the chance to experience something truly unique. The campsite is home to alpacas, dwarf goats, rabbits and tortoises, just waiting to be admired and approached. It's a golden opportunity to create unforgettable memories and leave with amusing anecdotes to share back home.



The restaurant at Swiss-Plage campsite, with its terrace overlooking the lake, provides a peaceful and natural setting. Enjoy a local-flavored aperitif or extend your summer evenings in this enchanting environment.


Pedal Boat & SUP

The campsite lake is a true playground, offering a multitude of water activities. Test your balance on a paddleboard or pedal away on a pedalo. Immerse yourself in nature and discover the wildest spots.



On the edge of the Finges Nature Park, the campsite Swiss-Plage serves as the gateway to splendid walks in the heart of the pine forest. The Rhône, flowing just a few meters from the pitches, offers its shores, round stones, and sandy areas as a playground for meditative or sporty strolls.


Table Tennis

Table tennis, an essential holiday activity, is enjoyed cheerfully by both young and old. For the enjoyment of all campers, table tennis tables are available, with equipment for rent if needed.

Things to do int the area


Running / Trail Running

If you're a passionate runner, Valais is an ideal place to test your endurance with running races and trails of varying difficulty organized throughout the year. Among the most famous, Sierre-Zinal is renowned as the race of the five 4000-meter peaks. Why not try a section of this legendary race? If you prefer to train at your own pace, you'll also find a wide selection of running routes starting from the campsite, winding through the surrounding hills. Take advantage of your vacation to stay fit and tackle new athletic challenges in a beautiful natural setting.


Wine Tasting

Central Valais is an exceptional wine region with numerous passionate winemakers ready to welcome you to their cellars for a wine tasting. The Pinot Noir from Salgesch and the Fendants from the hills of Sierre are renowned wines that will delight your taste buds. Explore the richness and diversity of the region's grape varieties during an unforgettable tasting experience.



Valais is a land of glaciers and perpetual snow, offering the opportunity to ski all year round. In summer, you can enjoy skiing in Zermatt or Saas-Fee. Take in the fresh mountain air and strap on your skis for some high-altitude descents. The snow-covered landscapes and breathtaking panoramic views will leave you with unforgettable memories. Embark on this adventure and savor the unique experience of skiing in the Swiss Alps during the summer.



Valais is a true paradise for cycling enthusiasts. Whether you prefer riding on flat roads, along the banks of the Rhône, climbing mountain passes, or exploring forest trails, you'll find routes suitable for all levels. And if you're looking for an additional challenge, try an electric bike on the demanding slopes of the region. It allows you to reach the summits with less effort while providing an unforgettable experience in the great outdoors.



Situated on a plateau facing one of the most beautiful Alpine panoramas, the resort of Crans-Montana unveils its treasures during hikes on foot or by bike, along the irrigation channels and through the Alpine meadows. The e-bike is an excellent way to explore the trails, so much so that this option gains more popularity each year.



The campsite, nestled in the heart of Valais, offers a multitude of hiking trails for all levels. Explore the Finges Nature Park, follow the Rhône, or venture through the vineyards of Sierre on foot or by bike. In the villages, don't miss the "bisses," trails that follow irrigation channels, providing a peaceful walk along the water. During the summer, the surrounding mountains offer alpine trails that traverse rivers and meadows, providing refreshing moments and breathtaking views. Whether you're a novice or an experienced hiker, there's something for everyone. Feel free to explore the surrounding nature from this ideal starting point, the campsite Swiss-Plage.

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Lake Géronde

Just a 10-minute bike ride from the campsite, you'll find the Géronde pool and its lake. This aquatic oasis nestled in nature offers a variety of recreational facilities, such as a 72-meter slide, a 25-meter pool, and play areas. For those who enjoy walks, an easy and accessible stroll around Lake Géronde is a must. So, if you're looking to cool off and have fun in a natural setting, be sure not to miss visiting this beautiful pool and its lake.



Sion, the capital of Valais, is characterized by its two hills, Tourbillon and Valère, housing a medieval castle and basilica. Below, the old town is a maze of narrow streets where museums, art galleries, shops, and cafes are tucked away. A city getaway to explore the charm of history and enjoy sunny terraces.


Zoo des Marécottes

The zoo houses a variety of typically elusive alpine animals, providing a rare opportunity to observe them up close. Bears, wolves, and lynxes coexist with ibexes and foxes. Families particularly enjoy this outing, and the pool carved into the natural rocks adds to the unique charm of the place.



The Aletsch Arena is a true Alpine gem that encompasses several villages, connected to the valley by cable cars. Thanks to these connections, you can explore the majestic Aletsch Glacier from different vantage points, such as Mossfluh, Hohfluh, Bettmerhorn, and Eggishorn. Stretching over 20 km, this natural wonder is the longest glacier in the Alps. Feel free to be captivated by the beauty of this region, where nature reigns supreme, offering breathtaking landscapes.



Zermatt, with its view of the majestic Matterhorn, is a must-visit destination in our Swiss region. Besides its breathtaking beauty, the town also offers fantastic opportunities for summer skiing. Enjoy the stunning sight of Switzerland's most iconic mountain while skiing down the slopes, for an unforgettable experience.


Val d’Anniviers

The Val d'Anniviers is an authentic place where wooden chalets adorned with geraniums add a picturesque charm in the summer. Nestled in the heart of the highest peaks of the Alps, this valley is full of beautiful villages that provide endless opportunities for hiking and cultural events steeped in local traditions.