Le Domaine de l’Epervière
This stunning campsite in Burgundy provides the ideal base for a relaxing holiday. The park itself has a small and intimate feel while the surrounding area is just waiting to be explored. The on site facilities include a lovely restaurant in the chateau itself making for a romantic and unique environment.
The park has some good sized pitches and there is plenty of safe green space for children to run around and play. We love the lake on this site which provides a pretty setting as well as the opportunity for water sports such as canoeing.
Local attractions provide some memorable days out including the amazing Touro Parc en Beaujolais which is a wildlife and leisure park. There are some small railways to help you get around the park as well as a waterpark, open in high season only.
Opening Dates: 08/04/2017 - 30/09/2017
Nearest Airport: Dijon (DIJ) - 83km
Recommended Port: Calais - 653km
Direct Access to Lake: Direct Access
Nearest Town: Sennecey le Grand - 5km
• Close to Burgundy vineyards, great for wine lovers
• Let tots splash around in the new splash pool on parc
Attractions close to Le Domaine de l’Epervière
Touro Parc en Beaujolais
Touro Parc is a wildlife park and leisure park combined with a number of small railways to help get around the park. There is a waterpark which opens in high season only. The wildlife park has over 800 animals from around the world. There are good restaurants and eating facilities.
Parc Touristique des Combes
70 hectares of natural space in the heart of Burgundy. This leisure parc offers a number of interesting activities and events for the whole family. Attractions include a 400 metre summer sledge with speeds up to 40 km/h. A train journey lasting an hour and a half takes you through the magnificent countryside with views over the mountains of Beaujolais and Morvan.
Grottes de Blanot
The caves, discovered in 1739, are 80 metres deep. They have been made available to the public and fossils from animals can be seen. The visit will last about an hour.
Musee Departemental de Prehistoire de Solutre
The Musee de Prehistoire stands at the foot of a 500 metre rock face which was a prehistoric hunting ground. Over 10,000 bones from horses, mammoth, bison and reindeer have been found. The bones date back to 20,000 BC.