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For Golf enthusiasts, Burgundy has some excellent golf courses. Below a list of links to different golf courses, from the nearest to the farest away from campsite Château de l’Epervière.
The romanesque church of Saint-Martin-de-Laives is one of the great examples of Romanesque Art in Southern Burgundy.
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.
The Château de Pierre de Bresse was built in the classical Renaissance style at the end of the 17th Century.
This museum is in fact the house Nicéphore Nièpce, the inventor of photography.
The castle of Pierreclos finds its origins in the 9th Century under the influence of the Cluny Abbey.
Situated between the Côte de Beaune and the Mâconnais, the Côte Chalonnaise stretches out over 25 kilometers.
Buxy is a charming, fortified village at approx. 25 kilometers from Castel-Camping Château de l’Epervière.
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.
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.
Situated on the banks of the river Saône, Chalon sur Saône is an interesting town situated around an old cathedral.
The Château de Cormatin is a beautiful castle of the 17th Century with magnificent French gardens, visit at only 30 kilometers from campsite Château de l’Epervière.
The Rock of Solutré stands out in the hilly landscape of the Mâconnais overlooking the surrounding vineyards.
Dijon is a magnificent city with it’s historic centre of town boasting many monuments and palaces.
Underground visit way below the earth; the caves of Blanot, situated at 35 kilometers of campsite Château de l’Epervière, go down over 80 meters.
The Hameau Duboeuf is Europe’s biggest wine museum.
Acrogivry is an adventure tree-climbing parc at 26 kilometers of campsite Château de l’Epervière. A nice, sporty family outing for all ages!
Around Beaune, the vineyards of the Côte de Beaune stretch out over 20 kilometers.
Château-Abbaye de la Ferté is a historic monument of which the first foundation dates back to the 12th Century.
The small town of Tournus is situated between Dijon and Lyon, on the bank of the Saône river. The town has a slight Southern atmosphere with its tuiled, slightly inclined roofs.
The historic part of Beaune is fairly small. Hidden behind the thick defensive walls/ramparts, it can easily be visited in a day.