Our campsites in the Ardennes and at the Lac du Der
Our campsites in the Champagne-Ardennes region, in the north east of France, make a great base for exploring the rich natural, architectural and culinary heritage of the area. In addition to its wine-growing tradition though, Champagne-Ardennes also boasts a fine architectural heritage, including various UNESCO World Heritage Sites among its Gothic cathedrals and fortified churches. Fine buildings not to be missed on a camping holiday in the Champagne-Ardennes region include:
- Reims cathedral with its beautiful stained-glass windows
- The fortified churches of the town of Troyes
- Sedan castle
- The half-timbered houses of Châlons-en-Champagne
- The Grand Jardin de Joinville
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Champagne – most prestigious export of the Champagne-Ardennes region
No stay is complete without a guided tour of a château followed by a Champagne tasting!
A camping holiday in the Champagne-Ardennes also provides a great base for walking some of the many signposted trails that criss-cross the area and exploring the region’s wine-growing heritage for yourself. Just follow the signs marked “Route Touristique du Champagne”.
Find out how the “wine of kings” is made and take one of the many wine-tasting courses available in Champagne, complete with workshops, visits and tastings.
Discover the history-charged sites of the Champagne-Ardennes region
On the front line during the battles of the Great War, the Ardennes offers a number of memorial sites for you to visit on a camping holiday in the Ardennes including the moving Douaumont Ossuary in the Meuse.
Champagne-Ardennes also boasts a number of towns and cities of particular historical and artistic importance, including:
Our campsites in Champagne-Ardennes are also perfectly placed for visiting some of the region’s lovely, flower-filled villages and towns, which enjoy a well-deserved reputation throughout France.
A campsite close to the Lac du Der
Don’t miss the chance to visit the Lac du Der. One of the largest artificial lakes in Europe, it extends over the heart of Champagne like an inland sea and provides a host of water sports activities including sailing, rowing, canoeing and kayaking as well as pedalo hire for the less energetic and, of course, fishing!
There are even a number of man-made beaches, complete with lifeguards in July and August to make sure that all the family can swim in safety.