Campsites in Burgundy & Ardeche

Camping in Burgundy offers a mix of fine wine, pretty villages, and dramatic gorges, whilst the campsites offer comfortable outdoor living with the luxuries of home.

Burgundy is a prosperous region famous for its wine. Driving through the country villages is like reading a wine merchants list with plenty of opportunities for ‘tasting’. Whilst camping in Burgundy you could visit the old towns, such as pretty Auxerre, prosperous Dijon and Beaune, ancient seat of the Dukes of Burgundy with its fine city walls, elegant old town and 15th century hospital, ‘Hôtel Dieu’.

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Château de I'Epervière Château de I'Epervière
Burgundy
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L'Ardéchois L'Ardéchois
Ardeche
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Val de Cantobre Val de Cantobre
Ardeche
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Les Tours Les Tours
Ardeche
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Attractions and sightseeing in Burgundy

Museum of Burgundy Wine was designed in 1946, this museum traces the history of the vine and wine from antiquity to the present day. It presents the traditional way and crafts associated with wine making. You can see all this and more when camping in Burgundy.

Beaune, Burgundy’s wine capital, is well worth a visit, when camping in Burgundy for sampling the region’s many wines. The lively city of Dijon has many splendid historical buildings and monuments laying testimony to its long and glorious history. Chalon-sur-Saône is a charming market town with pretty old streets and a cathedral.