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Living it up in Burgundy...

A beautiful journey through time, with huge valleys and majestic castles, Burgundy is a wonderful region. Don’t leave this fascinating territory without trying Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

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Château de l'Epervière
8.6
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5 star campground with many comfortable amenities
2 outdoor and indoor pools
Various activities for children during high season
A 5-minute drive from the campsite you will find the typical Burgundian village of Sennecey-le-Grand

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€1,229

August 20 - 7 nights, 2 adults
1 accommodation types available

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La Grappe Fleurie
8.1
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In the middle of the vineyards of Beaujolais
Free wine tasting
Indoor swimming pool
Tennis court, table tennis and boules

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€364

August 14 - 7 nights, 2 adults
8 accommodation types available
8.7
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Located between amazing nature reservouirs
Outdoor pool area
Direct access to the lake
Large animation programme for all ages

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€261

July 31 - 7 nights, 2 adults
5 accommodation types available
La Clé de Saône
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Spacious and quiet campsite
Also suitable as overnight camping
Children's playground, table tennis table, petanque
Near the river Saône

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€540

August 23 - 7 nights, 2 adults
3 accommodation types available
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Picnic on the River

In addition to the vast vineyards, Burgundy offers meandering rivers, caves and green landscapes, lots of green. The Regional Natural Park of Morvan, dubbed the ‘green lung of Burgundy’, is located in the heart of the region. The banks of the Seine and the Loire boast wonderful places to take a picnic, a long walk or a ride. The Loire is also the last wild river in Western Europe.

Castles, vineyards and bicycles

Burgundy, with an enviable heritage, will surprise you. In southern Burgundy you can take part in a lively tour of castles. Worth visiting are the fairy-tale castles of Taizé in Sully and the medieval fortress of La Rochepot. If you want to combine culture with some shopping then in Dijon, the capital of the region, you will find various galleries and pedestrian routes overlooked by shops and delicatessens. For wine lovers, it’s great to hire a bike and ride along the ‘Route des Grands Crus’, from Beaune to Santenay.

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