Quality Hotel Le Cervolan Chambery Voglans
Route de l'aeroport
Phone: (33) 4 79 52 03 10
Fax: (33) 4 79 52 05 43
Route de l'aeroport, Voglans, FR, 73420
- Phone: (33) 4 79 52 03 10
- Fax: (33) 4 79 52 05 43
The Patinoire Jean Régis is a public swimming pool, located in the city of Annecy. Here, one can either use the pool for recreational purposes or for those who do not know the doggy paddle, can take up the various courses offered, at the Patinoire Jean Régis. A plus point of this venue is that they also offer courses for handicapped people, thus accommodating every kind of learner. For further details, do visit the website.
The wonderful Espace Diamant encompasses five French ski resorts situated between the Beaufortain Mountains and the Val d'Arly, in the French Alps. The ski area comprises a total of 185 kilometers (114 miles) of downhill skiing and 226 pistes and offers pristine and panoramic views of the snow-laden vista. There are numerous other fun and exciting activities to partake in besides skiing and guests are encouraged to try the out other winter sports on offer such as hiking, snowshoeing, tobogganing, horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, alpine slides, paragliding, canyoning, and swimming in lakes. The skiing is not only restricted to skilled and experienced skiers and there are plenty of safer slopes suitable for beginners and learners. The ski park is the perfect destination for a unique family vacation.
Located at an altitude of 500 meters, the Stade de Neige de Lans en Vercors is a popular skiing zone frequented by fans of the sport. During winters, as snow envelops the place, hordes of sport enthusiasts come here to experience an adrenaline rush by hiking and skiing on this undulating plane, whose highest point is at a height of 1901 meters! What's more, the Stade de Neige also provides breathtaking views of the entire Grenoble region. If you are a die-hard fan of skiing, then this place is a must visit.
Les Evaux park and sporting center offers something for people of all ages and sporting ability. On the 55 hectares (136 acres) of land and forest you can find football fields, a children's playground, a skate park, a running track and tennis courts. For the less sporty visitors, nice walking trails snake through the woods and along the banks of the Rhone. There is also a restaurant in the complex and a parking area for 150 cars.
Centre de Loisirs de Carouge offers creative activities, outings, sports programs, barbecues, theater, and much more for all ages. It isn't called a leisure center for nothing! Come and indulge in your favorite pastime, from dance to arts and crafts. And do not forget to get your kids along. Drop in for one of the events held here you wont be disappointed. Check website for more.
Centre Sportif du Bout-du-Monde is an extensive sporting center and stadium, situated at the banks of L'Arve. Centre Sportif du Bout-du-Monde was established in 1949 to facilitate a variety of activities via sports fields, basketball courts, a gym, a track, a rock climbing wall and a stadium. Other facilities at the center include handball, cross-cycling, volleyball, climbing, athletics, cross-running, soccer, tennis, rink-hockey, bodybuilding, fencing and cricket facilities are available. Call for more information.
Village Equirando is an open green space, where many professional as well as beginner horse-riders drop by to practice this royal sport. The best time to visit this place is during the annual equestrian festival, Equirando, where enthusiastic jockeys are given an opportunity to show off their skills. Also on this field, quite a few concerts and other events take place from time to time.
These woods take their name from the Bastie-Mellié fort built in 1318 and destroyed in the 16th century. In the late 1800s, the Turrettini brothers left the land to the city on the condition that it be kept as a public park. Over the years additional land has been acquired and today Bois de la Bâtie covers approximately 30 hectares (74.13 acres). A large paddling pool, a challenging playground, and a river means there is plenty to do. There is also a small zoo. The tired and hungry can refresh themselves in one of the two restaurants.
Established in 1958, Patinoire des Vernets is the city's premier ice hockey arena. The expansive arena boasts of modern facilities for spectators and is the home venue of the Genève-Servette Hockey Club. With a capacity to hold a lively crowd of more than 7000, the arena is host to local as well as big-ticket national competitions. For fans who are not satisfied with just watching the game, the arena offers an outdoor rink which is open to the public. Visit the website for more details.
Associated with Service des Sports on Route du Bois-des-Frères, Piscine du Lignon is a public swimming area in the commune of Vernier. Featuring an indoor as well as outdoor pool, the facility also boasts of various activities like volleyball, table tennis and a playground. With an on-site restaurant that is available for a dining in as well as self-service near the pool area, Piscine du Lignon makes for a great day out with the kids.
The Genevese are particularly fond of the Parc des Bastions, previously a botanical garden. Amble through the gates and you will come across the giant chess boards where you may either watch or challenge a crowd of regulars. The park is famous for its Reformation Monument (over 100 meters (328 feet long) which commemorates the role of Swiss and European Protestant reformers and reminds the visitor that the city remains under the influence of Calvin's doctrines. The park, however, is best avoided at night.
Situated on the site of the former horticultural school of French-speaking Switzerland, Parc des Franchises is an expansive park that was established in the 1970s. There is a beautiful rose garden and the wooden and wrought iron benches allow you to sit back, enjoy the roses and a pleasant moment of peace. There are several play areas for children, including a large paddling pool with a fountain and a ramp for rollerblading and skateboarding.