Camping La Pineta

What to do


Near the campsite you can also find two lovely equipped picnic areas.

A destination not to be missed is the Great St Bernard Pass an international crossroads connecting the transalpine regions and Rome through to the Via Francigena.

Not to be missed is the visit to the Hospice of the monks, the museum and the St. Bernard dogs breeding.

Among the commonest summer activities that our green valleys offer there is the possibility to do trekking, mountaineering, Nordic walking and any level hiking, from beginners to experienced hikers.

In the village of Ollomont, 20 km from Saint-Oyen, you can practice free climbing both on a cliff (natural rock face) or indoors on an artificial equipped climbing wall.

For those who love fishing there are various streams in the area as well as the artificial lake of Place Moulin in Valpelline valley.

It is possible to play golf at the nine-hole course at the "Golf Club Aosta Arsenières" in Gignod.


During winter we set up in the campsite a natural ice rink.

Just 10km far away the campsite you will find the ski resort of Crevacol. The 22 Km of open and sunny slopes are the ideal place for those willing to learn or to perfect their downhill technique. But also for more experienced skiers there are enough slopes to have fun.

Always in Crevacol there is an ice track for cars, motorcycles and quads.

In Saint-Oyen in Flassin hamlet, a stone's throw away from the campsite, there is a “foyer”, a facility structure for cross country skiers. Thre are 18 km ring which goes up the valley, from Etroubles up to 1,521 meters in Saint-Rhémy-en-Bosses.

Adjacent to the foyer there is a snow park, with its games is a great way of fun for young and adults too.

Throughout the area there are hiking snowshoes trails.

For experienced mountaineering skiers there are different levels of difficulty ski excursions, included the climb to the Col Serena (2547 mt.) one of the favourite destinations for mountaineering ski lovers.