Camping de Boÿse
By booking in a camping theme Welcome, you choose an establishment providing you with a quality charter to provide you with specific services.
Fishing lovers will find their paradise here. You will have all the information and documentation you need at reception. We can also issue you daily or weekly fishing cards. Several sites are available to fishermen in the immediate vicinity of the camping.
Discover the charter Fishing.
Below the camping, with access on foot, you will arrive directly with your feet in the Haute Rivière d'Ain, a privileged area for brown trout. Renowned for its abundance of salmonids, it is recognized by all amateurs. 5 kilometers of “no kill” course are waiting for you!
Beside the camping, you will also find the Marion pond, a body of water reserved for underage children so that they can learn trout fishing. Children's fishing cards are available at reception.
In Ney, you can practice trout fishing in the reservoir.
Do not hesitate to call on our partner Nicolas Germain Fly Shop for your quality nymphs, flies and leaders. If you want to improve your skills, Jérôme Garcia, guide and fishing instructor, with whom we collaborate, will be delighted to offer you various services with passion, from trout fishing techniques to initiations for children.
If you prefer fishing in lakes and ponds and attacking pike, carp and whitefish, the lakes of Chalain, Narlay, Bonlieu or Ilay will meet your expectations. The Besain or Pasquier ponds will give you the opportunity to try your hand at predator fishing.
During your stay, you will not be able to miss the fabulous gastronomic heritage of the Jura. What could be better than a Jura wine to accompany our famous cheeses? The Jura vineyards, small in size, are exceptional in terms of their incredible diversity.
Discover the charter Wine tourism.
The Jura stands out from other wine regions with its unique wines, with its famous yellow wine at the top of the list, with an inimitable flavor mixing walnuts and morels. Its climate, the richness of its subsoil and its native grape varieties as well as these traditional oenological and cultural practices make the Jura vineyards a unique site producing generous wines with character.
During your stay, the Vins du jura app or the vineyard map will help you discover the wines of our region and the 4 AOCs that make up the Jura vineyard: L'Etoile, Côtes du Jura, Arbois and its famous Arbois and Château-Chalon wine and its famous yellow wine.
We will offer you to fully immerse yourself in the wine tourism theme developed on the camping with various activities on offer: walks in the vineyard, visits to cellars and cellars, tastings of Jura wines or meeting with local partner winegrowers, Marie-Anne and Frédéric Lambert.
Three ideas for a “vineyard circuit” are available to you: the Arbois / Poligny, Dole and Voiteur / Arlay vineyard circuit.
Lovers of nature and wild spaces, the many hiking trails that cross the Jura will make you happy. The Jura is undoubtedly a land of hiking, with a total of 5300 kilometers of marked trails, including 700 in GR!
Discover the charter Hiking.
Discover the Jura Monts Rivières territory. Green plateau, limestone rocks or forest, your steps will lead you in landscapes and reliefs as diverse as they are surprising. The “Hedgehog Valley, plateau of the 7 lakes”, not far from the camping, is registered with the Grands Sites de France network. Do not miss the many waterfalls in the region, and in particular the 31 jumps that make up the Hérisson waterfalls.
Nearby, discover the superb Lake Chalain, nestled in the Jura forest and surrounded by mountains. Want something else? Why not try a gourmet walk in the vineyards of the Jura? You can take the opportunity to take a wine tourism break. As for the more athletic, let yourself be tempted by the ascent of the Jura summits.
The Jura is undoubtedly a paradise for all lovers of cycling, with more than 2.000 kilometers of marked routes. Beginners or experienced, there is something for all levels!
Discover the charter Bicycle tourism.
Two cycling tours of the Jura have been created (one sports and one leisure), as well as a Grande Traversée du Jura by bike (GTJ), specially designed for bicycle travelers. Climbers will tackle the 11 remarkable passes in the region. If you are more of a cycle tourist, you will enjoy 150 kilometers of greenways and cycle routes to discover the Jura landscapes, including the iconic EuroVelo 6, which links the Atlantic to the Black Sea.
If you are looking for more thrills, more than 2.000 kilometers of marked trails will delight mountain bikers. 140 routes and 6 mountain biking sites labeled by the federation await you!