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in and around Beaune
Where to camp around Beaune? 4 campsites near vineyards

Whether you’re looking for relaxation, nature or outdoor activities, our campsites offer an unforgettable experience in idyllic surroundings.

Nestled in magnificent natural settings, often surrounded by vineyards and verdant landscapes. You’ll be able to choose from a variety of accommodation options, from traditional tent and caravan pitches, to comfortable mobile homes, ecopods and other unusual lodgings.

You’ll also be close to numerous cycle paths and hiking trails for exploring the Côte d’Or and Saône-et-Loire regions. The famous Voie des Vignes, linking Santenay to Dijon via Beaune to the north, or to Nolay to the west, is easily accessible from several campsites. Cycling is the ideal way to discover the hidden treasures of Burgundy’s vineyards at your own pace.

After a day’s exploring, relax in the campsites’ swimming pools or take part in the organized family activities.

When you stay at one of the campsites around Beaune, you’ll be close to the region’s emblematic historical and cultural sites.

Huttopia Meursault

Peaceful, beautiful view, bike access

In the heart of the Burgundy vineyards, the Huttopia campsite in Meursault is a haven of peace, perfect for disconnecting and recharging your batteries. After a day spent discovering the treasures of the region, take a dip in the pool. Completely renovated, the communal areas and new accommodations will seduce you in every season. The latter offer breathtaking views over the vineyards. The Voie des Vignes linking Santenay to Dijon is accessible from the campsite.


Camping de Santenay - Aquadis

In the heart of the vineyards, close to the spa

Camping Aquadis is located in the heart of the Santenay vineyards. Between Beaune and Chalon-sur-Saône, it’s the perfect stopover on the Route des Grands Crus de Bourgogne. At the foot of the spa town, its verdant setting overlooking the Chassey-le-Camp hill invites you to relax. The 3-hectare site features 158 spacious pitches for tents, ecopods and air-conditioned mobile homes.

Take advantage of the many cycle paths to explore the region and its vineyards. These include two not-to-be-missed cycle routes:

  • the Voie des Vignes passes in front of the campsite. From here, you can cycle to either Nolay or Beaune.
  • Eurovélo 6, less than 500 m from the campsite, crosses Burgundy along the Loire, the Canal du Centre and the Saône.
  • the Tour de Bourgogne à Vélo, which follows the Voie des Vignes to Dijon, then takes you to the Morvan for a 100% nature loop, returning to Nolay and Santenay via the Voie des Vignes once again.

For walkers, theAppli Balades en Bourgogne (Burgundy Walks Appliance ) offers a lovely walk to discover Santenay, a water town in wine country.

Heritage lovers will appreciate the area’s rich history, with the wine-growing châteaux of Philippe le Hardi and de la Crée, the Château de la Rochepot and theHôtel-Dieu-Hospices de Beaune.

Camping Les Cent Vignes in Beaune

Downtown, 4 stars, dog-friendly

Located just a stone’s throw from Beaune‘s historic town center. Walkers can visit the Hôtel-Dieu-Hospices de Beaune in 20 minutes.

This is a great place to stop off for a short, pleasant stay, just long enough to visit Beaune and its must-sees. For longer stays, this 4-star campsite has 116 pitches, 42 of which are very comfortable.

In terms of sports, the campsite offers a variety of on-site activities, including tennis and table tennis. You’ll also be surprised by the campsite restaurant.

And for your 4-legged friend, he’ll be as happy as a king.

Camping du Pâquier Fané

Quiet, family-friendly, by the water

This family campsite, located 5 minutes from Chagny and the voie verte, welcomes you from spring to autumn. Its calm and peaceful setting is on the banks of the Dheune. With 89 spacious pitches for tents, caravans or motorhomes, it also offers more unusual rentals: bivouac barrels, canvas bungalows and mobile homes.

You’ll find peace and comfort here. Take advantage of the swimming pool (open from mid-May to the end of September, weather permitting) after a day spent exploring the surrounding area. Well-equipped sanitary facilities, laundry facilities and a convenience store with fresh bread are also available to make your stay, short or long, even more enjoyable.

The restaurant offers grills, pizzas and takeaways.

Camping is great for sleeping...

Restaurants are good for eating