Burgundy

  • Chateau de l’Eperviere Campsite

    Set in the grounds of a beautiful 16th century Chateau, Chateau de l’Eperviere campsite is a small but very well equipped campsite.

  • Domaine des Monts du Maconnais

    Covering 2 hectares, Domaine des Monts du Maconnais campsite offers 13 fully equipped chalets and an outdoor heated swimming pool.

One of the main things the regions of France are famous for, is their wine and the region of Burgundy is no exception. This is one of the reasons why we at Go Camp France like the campsites in Burgundy.

Many of the campsites we offer are situated amidst the heart of the Burgundy countryside and only a short distance from the spectacular vineyards therein. If you love wine then Burgundy has to be one region on your list.

Chateau de l'Eperviere | Gigny sur Saone

Set in the grounds of a beautiful 16th century chateau, Chateau de l’Eperviere is a small but very well equipped campsite.

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Domaine des Monts du Maconnais | Dompierre les Ormes

Domaine des Monts du Maconnais sits at an altitude of 400m and is ideally positioned, offering beautiful scenery and a truly wonderful holiday!

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Explore Burgundy on a camping holiday!

WINE! This is the first thing most people think of when you mention camping in Burgundy. The region does indeed produce some of the worlds best wines with names such as Pouilly-Fume, Macon and Chablis to name only a few.

However, it must be remembered that the region of Burgundy also has some of the finest countryside France has to offer. With its rolling hills, valleys and patchwork of vineyards scattered across the countryside, it is an area some say its best to explore by foot or bicycle.

The vineyard tracks, canal tow-paths and country roads lead into areas that will fill you with excitement and awe. For those wine connoisseurs out there, many of the vineyards offer tasting sessions to keep you busy.

Whilst those not quite so interested in tasting the wine can explore the many towns and villages. The Abbaye de Fontenay is the oldest cistern abbey in France being built at some point in the 12th century whilst Dijon, the historic capital of Burgundy is of course famous for its mustard and crème de cassis.

Each campsite in Burgundy has their individual benefits but are suitable for families and couples alike and are close to some of the regions best sites.

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