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26 campsites in France, Champagne-Ardenne

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This attractive campsite in a secluded valley is accessed through a narrow arched gateway. It was created in 1995 by careful conservation of original forge...

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This excellent lakeside site is near the city of Langres. Only twenty minutes from the A5/A31 junction, Camping de la Liez provides an ideal spot...

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The location of Châlons, south of Reims and near the A4 and A26 autoroutes, about 300 km. from Calais and Boulogne, makes this an ideal...

This delightful site is situated in the heart of the Ardennes. It is peacefully located just outside the village beside a stream. There may be...

This site is situated beside what is said to be the largest man-made inland lake in Europe (4,800 ha.), the Lac du Der Chantecoq. This...

Le Lac d’Orient opened in 2009 equipped with a good range of leisure amenities and with an attractive rural location. The site can be found...

Only 10 km. from autoroute A31 (exit Langres Sud), this site is ideally located for an overnight stop on your holiday journey, but also has...

This independently run campsite is in a rural setting in the grounds of a former château. The camping area occupies only a small part of...

This is a friendly, relaxed 6 ha. site in the heart of the Parc Naturel de la Forêt d’Orient and a very short stroll from...

Located along the bank of the Meuse river and within walking distance of the town of Revin is this pleasant municipal site. There are only...

This attractive lakeside site is a short way from the N43 in the Ardennes region. It has a large range of facilities and activities. The...

This is a large site with 400 pitches arranged on 15 hectares of woodland with an open grass area in the centre. There is direct...

Camping La Muree is located in the Ardennes Natural Park, near the Meuse valley, Lake Vieilles-Forges and the fortifications of Rocroi. The site covers one...

This medium sized site is situated near the lakes of the Parc l’Orient, 40 km. east of Troyes in the Champagne-Ardenne region. You will receive...

Camping de Île Cherlieu is on a flowered island, in the middle of the Aube River, the Île Cherlieu site offers you the option of...

This very well maintained municipal site in the heart of the Champagne region is well worth a visit. Although situated between two sports stadia the...

This modern lakeside site is located in the heart of the French Ardennes, an area with relatively few good quality sites. Terraced on three levels...

This campsite is situated within a peaceful parkland setting right next to the river Meuse with local amenities only a ten-minute walk away in A...

In the heart of the Champagne region, Camping de la Forêt is in a rural setting on the edge of woodland and just a few...

Champagne-Ardenne

The varied landscapes of Champagne-Ardenne include dense forests, vineyards and winding rivers. The whole area is dotted with fascinating ancient churches and castles, towns and villages.

Situated on the flatlands of Champagne are the most northerly vineyards in France where special processing turns the light, dry wine into the world-renowned 'le Champagne'. The name signifies the wine has been produced in the region; sparkling wine from anywhere else in the world must take a different name. Reims and Epernay are the centres for the wine trade, with many of the largest Champagne houses setting their headquarters here.

The region is essentially a place of rural peace, with chalky rolling fields, although there is some heavy industry in the north. This north-eastern slice of France has seen many European battles and the hilly terrain and deep forests of the Ardennes gave some advantage to the Resistance fighters of the last war when Ardennes was annexed to Germany. Its main city of Charleville-Mezieres was two distinct towns lying on either side of the Meuse river until their amalgamation in 1966 and each retains its individuality.