The Best Campsites in Burgundy
The Burgundy region, in France, is one of the most fascinating, and it’s also known as the “Land of fine art and living”. It’s an “old” region, meaning that it has now been replaced, formally, by the so-called France-Comte area.
A vast network of canals (1200km of rivers and canals!) connects the whole region, and today, cruises along the canals are among the great attractions of the area.
Booking a campsite in Burgundy means immersing yourself entirely in culture and tradition: the region has inherited influences from many other cultures and regions.
The traditional cuisine is rich and tasty, and of course, wine is a significant element of every visit to Burgundy. The vineyards spread southwards, and a trip to the region of Burgundy will allow you to visit the wine-growing areas of Chablis, Cote de Beaune, Cote de Nuits, Chalonais and Maçonais before arriving in the Beaujolais.
In the center of the region, you can spend some time in the Parc de Morvan; one should never miss a visit to the Vezelay Basilique, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Dijon is the capital city of the historical Burgundy region, and it is considered one of the most beautiful ancient towns in France, with its remarkable architectural heritage.
Book your campsite in Burgundy today and enjoy the holiday of your dreams!