The Bourgogne region
Burgundy is a delight for food and wine lovers, but also for nature lovers and historical sites. This beautiful country region is renowned for its prestigious vineyards and its generous local cuisine. Burgundy will certainly seduce its visitors with its vineyards, its landscapes, its large lakes…
Hiking and nature
Many walking and cycling routes are available to discover the region. Cycle the Route des Grands Crus to appreciate the beauty of the Burgundy vineyards. The Chemin de Saint-Jacques will allow you to put yourself in the shoes of the pilgrims. Between countryside and vineyards, the beautiful curves of the Canal du Centre offer an ideal setting for a getaway.
Castles and Abbeys
Come and discover the prestigious châteaux, admirable buildings which remain witnesses to our history and the memory of a know-how threatened with oblivion, including the château de Savigny-Lès-Beaune in the centre of the village, only 1.5 km from the campsite. Must-see sites in the region: Fontenay Abbey, Cîteaux Abbey, Cluny Abbey. Castle of Couches, Castle of Germolles, Castle of Ancy-le-Franc.
Les Hospices de Beaune
A hospital foundation from the Middle Ages, the Hospices de Beaune is an incomparable and grandiose monument with its flamboyant Gothic architecture, its polychrome roofs and its exceptional vineyard.
Towns of the Beaune region
Beaune, Savigny-les-Beaune, Meursault, Santenay, Nolay, Chagny, discover a concentrate of Burgundy in authentic and friendly towns!
Mustard, Burgundy truffles, blackcurrants, gingerbread, Flavigny aniseed or Burgundy snails, many local specialities and products are waiting to be tasted!
Should you need more information or original ideas to build your stay, see you at the Tourist Office. The staff will help you out.