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38 campsites in France, Franche-Comté

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You'll find no noisy entertainment at Camping de Besançon La Plage, so the site is perfect for those looking for peace. That said, children will...

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Patornay is a pleasant village just by the River Ain where it starts to widen on its way to the Lac de Vouglans. This well...

Bois de Reveuge is an attractive, spacious site with a total of 320 pitches, including 152 mobile homes located in woodland to one side of...

Located in the heart of the Jura in the Loue valley on the edge of historic Ornans, this traditional site is on a fairly steep...

This spacious campsite, beside the river Loue, enables canoeing, boating and fishing to be enjoyed directly from the site. It is also at the western...

In the mountains of the Jura, in the east of France, you will find the Camping Municipal du Champs de Mars. This mountainous area is...

Camping Sous Doriat is a delightful small family run campsite on the outskirts of the village of Monnet-la-Ville. It is surrounded by meadows and hills...

In the heart of the Jura Mountains and one of the largest fir forests in Europe, between Doubs and Loue , you will be charmed...

Belfort (known as the City of the Lion) is a historic fortified town with much history. Although 178 pitches are marked out, this very spacious...

Camping le Val de Bonnal is an impressive, generally peaceful, well managed site in a large country estate, designed to blend harmoniously with the surrounding...

La Marjorie is a spacious site set on the outskirts of the spa town of Lons-le-Saunier with a long season. Bordering one area of the...

Des Pecheurs has the advantage of being in the town and within walking distance of all its services. It is also a fairly level site...

This pretty and well cared for site is in a pleasant location at the edge of the Forêt de Chaux. The adjacent River Loué will...

Situated in the heart of the Jura mountains and close to historic Ornan, La Roche d’Ully is a spacious, attractive and modern site, surrounded by...

This site is set in charming wooded countryside on land sloping down to the River Ain, which is shallow and slow moving. There are 15...

La Favière is a small, terraced site nestled within the Forêt du Mont Noir, close to the Swiss border. Access to it is via the...

A hillside site on the edge of a small village with views of the rolling countryside, Beauregard has 192 level, grass pitches. There are 14...

Huttopia La Plage Blanche is located in the Jura, by the rippling waters of the River Loue. This spacious eight-hectare site has 218 pitches (17...

This large, spacious site is modern and well equipped. Backed by wooded hills, it is situated on the shores of Le Petit Lac amid the...

Located at the edge of the Regional Natural Park of Haut Jura and close to the sites of the Jura. Camping*de Boÿse is nestled in...

Franche-Comté

Located to the south of Alsace, the historic province of Franche Comté boasts a varied landscape ranging from flat plains to dense woodlands, rugged dramatic mountains and limestone valleys.

Franche Comté is really made up of two regions. The high valley of the Saône is wide, gently rolling farmland with a certain rustic simplicity, while the Jura mountains are more rugged with dense forests, sheer cliffs, craggy limestone escarpments and torrents of clear, sparkling water rushing through deep gorges. It is for this thrilling scenery that Franche Comté is best known. Nature lovers can climb, bike and hike in the mountains or explore the hills honeycombed with over 4,000 caves. The streams and lakes provide world-class fishing, while the spa towns of Salins les Bains and Besançon offer relaxation and a chance to ‘take the waters’.

The region has a rich architectural heritage dating from many different periods, and features medieval abbeys and châteaux and a poignant chapel in memory of the war. Roman remains, fortresses perched on cliff tops and elegant spa towns can all be explored at leisure. The region’s position, bordering Switzerland and close to Germany, is reflected in its culture and also the great diversity of architectural style in the many fine buildings.