Château de Pierreclos

The castle of Pierreclos finds its origins in the 9th Century under the influence of the Cluny Abbey.  Read More

Château-Abbaye de la Ferté

Château-Abbaye de la Ferté is a historic monument of which the first foundation dates back to the 12th Century.
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Wine Cooperative of Mancey

The Cave des Vignerons de Mancey is a cooperative with a unique visiting space which will make you discover many of Burgundy’s wine treasures.  Read More

Buxy, fortified village in the Côte Chalonnaise

Buxy is a charming, fortified village at approx. 25 kilometers from Castel-Camping Château de l’Epervière. Read More

AcroGivry

Acrogivry is an adventure tree-climbing parc at 26 kilometers of campsite Château de l’Epervière. A nice, sporty family outing for all ages!
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Chalon-sur-Saône, birthplace of photography

Situated on the banks of the river Saône, Chalon sur Saône is an interesting town situated around an old cathedral.
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Brancion, medieval village

At only a few kilometers from Tournus and only 23 kilometers of Castel-Camping Château de l’Epervière, the medieval village of Brancion dominates the surroundings on the hilltop.
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Local Markets

You will find many charming and typical villages in Southern Burgundy. In all these villages, you will experience their authenticity during the traditional market held once a week. Read More

Rock of Solutré, Prehistoric Burgundy

The Rock of Solutré stands out in the hilly landscape of the Mâconnais overlooking the surrounding vineyards.
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Beaune

The historic part of Beaune is fairly small. Hidden behind the thick defensive walls/ramparts, it can easily be visited in a day.
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