Eastern France & Burgundy

Camping holidays in France are the perfect opportunity to get out in the countryside and sample the delicious local wines. The Champagne-Ardenne and Burgundy regions are renowned for their world famous vineyards and the premium quality wines they produce.

Campsites in these regions are perfectly positioned to explore the many local gastronomic specialities, and so are ideal for campers and caravanners who love food and drink. The landscape is truly impressive in these regions; rolling green hills dip down into river valleys, and forests, lakes, charming towns and picturesque villages are all yours to explore.

Camping in eastern France in the regions of Jura, Vosges Lorraine and Alsace is a truly awe inspiring experience and something of a well-kept secret. The lush green hills of Lorraine in the North rise up into the majestic mountain forests of the Vosges and further south, Jura takes you into a land of lakes, mountains and waterfalls at the edge of the Swiss Alps.


Le Domaine de Louvarel
Louvarel
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  • Great site for couples

  • Great site for short breaks

  • Great site for culture

What could be better than a refreshing swim in a conveniently located lake adjacent to your campsite? Le Domaine de Louvarel campsite is also very ideally located for exploring the Burgundy region and the lesser known Jura region.

Les Ripettes
Campsites Burgundy; Les Ripettes campsite
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  • Great site for cycling

  • Great site for culture

  • Great site for couples

If you’re looking to pitch up in the tranquil French countryside then Les Ripettes campsite is perfect for you. Bird spotters will adore the variety of wildlife and keen cyclists will enjoy the “Ain en vélo” trail which passes right by the entrance to the site.

 

 
Château de l'Epervière
Campsites Burgundy; Château de l'Epervière campsite
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  • Great site for culture

  • Great site for families

  • Great site for couples

Set in the grounds of a splendid Château and with a fishing lake on site, the Château de l'Epervière is a lovely campsite. Wine enthusiasts will adore the location of the site as it’s perfect for exploring the glorious vineyards this region has to offer.

 
La Grappe d'Or
La Grappe
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  • Great site for short breaks

  • Great site for couples

  • Great site for culture

If you’re looking to explore the vineyards of the Burgundy region then La Grappe d'Or is the place to pitch up. The nearby town of Beaune is well worth a visit, with a popular Saturday market and an interesting history behind the wine growing in this region.

 

 

La Forge de Sainte Marie
Campsites Burgundy; Forge de Sainte Marie campsite
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  • Activities & entertainment

  • Great site for walking

  • Great site for couples

This campsite is perfectly located for exploring the many vineyards of the Champagne-Ardenne region. What could be better than returning to your pitch for the evening, and enjoying a glass of local wine with stunning views across the on-site lake?

 

Lac de la Liez
Campsites Burgundy; Lac de la Liez campsite
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  • Great site for families

  • Great site for couples

  • Pool & play area

The Lac de la Liez campsite is situated on the banks of a beautiful lake that fishing enthusiasts will love. The interesting hilltop town of Langres is only 3.5 miles away, and is well worth a visit for the audio tour that explains its fascinating history.

 

 

La Samaritaine
Campsites Burgundy; La Samaritaine campsite
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  • Great site for couples

  • Great site for culture

  • Great site for little ones

If the thought of pitching up in a peaceful setting, adjacent to a lake and 1 mile from the nearest village sounds appealing to you then La Samaritaine campsite is the ideal place. The weekly farmers’ market and beer museum nearby come highly recommended.

 

Le Brabois
Campsites Burgundy; Le Brabois campsite
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  • Great site for couples

  • Great site for short breaks

  • Great site for culture

Art lovers will adore the location of Le Brabois campsite as it’s only 3 miles from the centre of Nancy, the hub of the Art Nouveau movement. In Nancy the impressive Place Stanislas, UNESCO world heritage site, is well worth a visit.

 

Beauregard
Campsites Burgundy; Beauregard campsite
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  • Great site for families

  • Great site for culture

  • Great site for little ones

This site has beautiful views across the surrounding countryside and is situated close to the Jura regions’ lakes and hills – perfect for outdoorsy types! With an indoor and outdoor pool on site, you can go for a dip whatever the weather.

 

 

Au Clos de la Chaume
Campsites Burgundy; Au Clos de la Chaume campsite
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  • Great site for culture

  • Great site for little ones

  • Great site for couples

The Au Clos de la Chaume campsite is ideally situated for exploring the Vosges Mountains, the range of small mountains near Germanys’ border. The village of Corcieux is also just 500m away and has all the amenities a camper would need.

 

Les Portes d'Alsace
d'Alsace
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  • Great site for couples

  • Great site for little ones

  • Great site for culture

Set among many trees, this peaceful campsite is perfect for anyone wanting to explore the Alsace region. The Château du Haut-Barr is around a 25 minute walk away and is well worth the trip for the interesting history and stunning views.

 

 
 

Prices and booking

Booking your holiday to France is easy. You can book your campsite, ferry, Eurotunnel, rally and/or insurance all through us. Either book online or call us on 02476 422 024.

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