Sitting where the water of the rivers Rhône and Saône converge, majestic Lyon is the capital of Rhône-Alpes, an inland region of France stretching from Lake Geneva to the Cevennes and Provence. A great base from which to explore this historical, cultural city of gastronomy, with its multiple Michelin stars, is Siblu holiday park, Les Rives de Condrieu. Let’s go (and let’s eat!)…


Our parks near Lyon

As one of our smaller Siblu parks Les Rives de Condrieu is unrivalled when it comes to rest and relaxation in a stunning setting. Nestled between the lush countryside of the Rhone Alps and the Rhone River itself, the park boasts sports facilities, slides, and a brilliant pool complex overlooking the river!

view over the river
View over the River Rhone
cycle paths at Bonne Anse Plage
Via Rhona accessible from campsite
watersports centre
Water sports centre nearby

Lyon at a glance

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Les Halles Paul Bocuse

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Musée des Beaux Arts

view over the river

La Confluence

Things to see and do in and around Lyon

The great outdoors
Walk your way around the UNESCO World Heritage site that makes up the narrow, labyrinthine streets of Vieux Lyon. Pick up a ‘Vélo’v’, Lyon’s bike rental scheme, and head to explore the city’s favourite green space, the Parc de la Tête d’Or. It’s a great spot for all the family to let off steam, and has pedalos, boules and even a zoo! If you then need to cool off on a hot summer’s day, finish with a dip at Lyon’s two Olympic-sized open-air swimming pools on the banks of the Rhône. Marvellous.

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Things to do and special events
Some dub it the ‘mini Louvre’, and it’s true that the Musée des Beaux Arts is packed with ancient Egyptian artefacts and modern masterpieces, including works by Reubens, Monet, and Picasso. Musée Lumière is also worth a visit: an evocative, in-depth resume of the Lumière brothers’ inventiveness, and a worthwhile pilgrimage for any fan of the silver screen. Or why note take the funicular from Vieux Lyon Metro station to the distinctive hilltop Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourvière for panoramic views over all of Lyon. Come back down and get goose bumps exploring the mysterious traboules, the city’s secret network of ancient narrow passageways. Lyon also offers visitors a packed, all-year-round culture programme. Nuits de Fourvière is a super summer festival joyfully mixing up theatre, music, dance and cinema, whereas Fête des Lumières in December is a mesmerising contemporary light show. Not to be missed.

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Local discoveries and hidden gems
Try Lyon’s hop-on, hop-off tour, covering all the main sites, from Place Bellecour to Cathédrale Saint-Jean Baptiste. Indulge in a spot of shopping in Lyon’s main retail hot spot, rue de la République. Or to see a different side of the city, make your way to the trendy, regenerated former dockland area, La Confluence, and visit the futuristic Musée des Confluences. It tells the story of mankind within a monumental structure of metal and glass. The legendary Les Halles Paul Bocuse, Lyon’s famed indoor market, is a must for fans of fine French cuisine. You can ogle at cheese and charcuterie galore, or indulge in a ‘shellfish and white wine brunch’ in one of the many surrounding bars and bistros. It’s particularly atmospheric on Sundays. And any trip to Lyon must incorporate dining in a traditional bouchon Lyonnais. Proceed with caution if trying andouillete dishes, however; this tripe-based sausage won’t titillate all palates…

All ages
Places to go
On Sundays, the atmospheric Puces du Canal flea market in north-eastern suburb, Villeurbanne. Browse 400 exhibitors and thousands of objects – you might even grab a bargain!

Explore Other Cities in France

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Unofficial capital of the Côte d’Azur region in the southeast of France, Nice is also the ‘grande dame’ of the French Riviera. It offers opulence, year-round sunshine, and a timeless appeal. In fact, Nice is sun, fun, art, and every visitor experience rolled into one city, whether you’re after a spot of shopping, a beach hit or some city culture.

Discover our holiday parks near La Rochelle

The seafaring town of La Rochelle is the jewel of Charente Maritime, a wonderful region in France perched on the Atlantic Ocean.

Discover our holiday parks near Bordeaux

Discover our holiday parks near Bordeaux. Capital of the Aquitaine region in France’s southwest corner, Bordeaux gracefully lines the Garonne River.

Discover our holiday parks near Caen

Sitting where the rivers Orne and Odon meet, the buzzing university town of Caen is one of Normandy’s most important cities. Caen has rebuilt spectacularly since WWII, its held on to many of its splendid historical buildings and maintained its Norman spirit.

Discover our holiday parks near Roscoff

You’ll find the historic port of Roscoff in Pays du Léon, a corner of France in Brittany’s Finistère that enjoys a gentle microclimate and prodigiously produces artichokes, cauliflowers and, most famously, the Roscoff pink onion! It is also well known to visitors from the UK and Ireland for cross-channel ferry links.

Discover our holiday parks near Tours

Tours in central France artfully combines ancient cathedral city with university town. It makes the perfect gateway to the famous châteaux of the Loire Valley, and is an ideal place for the serene appreciation of French culture and lifestyle.

Discover our holiday parks near Biscarosse

In southwest France, just south of Bordeaux and the glimmering Bay of Arcachon, lies Biscarrosse. It is a remarkable three-in-one holiday destination. Biscarrosse-Plage presides over long, sandy beaches with the rolling surf of the Atlantic Ocean crashing their shores.

Getting to Lyon from our park



Distance/driving time from Les Rives de Condrieu

42km/ 41 minutes