Camping Navarre is a small municipal site of 66 pitches located in a unique position within the walls of the historic town of Langres. The pitches are grassy, well shaded and of a good size, 48 with electrical connections (10A). Although there are few amenities on site, the town centre is just a short walk away with a wide selection of shops, cafés and restaurants. Langres, with its 3.5 km. of ancient ramparts and imposing towers - including two within the grounds of the campsite - is classified as one of the 50 most beautiful towns in France.
This site is ideal for a short stay, especially for those who like to be able to leave their vehicle behind and walk. For those choosing to spend longer in the Haute-Marne, the surrounding countryside is well worth exploring, The Lac de la Liez (created in the 1880s to feed the Marne - Saône canal) has opportunities for water-based activities including windsurfing, sailing, and canoe and pedalo hire, and there is an 18 km. track around the lake for walking or cycling. For the less energetic, a drive along the Marne valley could be an attractive option.