- In southern Burgundy near the Abbey of Cluny
- 100 meters from the Caves of Azé
- Direct access to the Mouge river
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Country of Art and History
The Pays d'Art et d'Histoire label is recognition of the work done around raising awareness of heritage among residents and tourists. The animation and enhancement of the heritage of the territory are rich. Many local cultural initiatives are in place.
A valued heritage
This gateway territory to Burgundy will fascinate you with the beauty of its landscapes and the richness of its heritage. Homogeneous territory on a human scale, it brings together picturesque villages. Cradle of Romanesque art, with abbeys of international renown, it now hosts many craftsmen and artists. They come to settle here and contribute to the richness of cultural life. You will be conquered by the medieval atmosphere and the bucolic alleys.
A journey through time
Monks, knights, boatmen, craftsmen of yesteryear… Let your imagination take you on a journey through time. From the Gallic era in Bibracte, an ancient fortified town which is reborn thanks to enormous work carried out by archaeologists from all over the world to the Renaissance castle of Ancy-le-Franc, you will learn a thousand anecdotes and secrets to enrich your knowledge.
To better understand this land, you can download the Focus on Archaeological Heritage, course on Chapaize which invites you to discover the village, in all its variety of landscapes and small heritage (washhouses, churches). Brochure "Over the bridges”Is also a treasure for you who will like to discover the history of the region over the centuries.
Here are three must-sees close to the camping for history lovers:
An ideal location
The geographical location of the vineyard gives Burgundy wines a unique identity. It makes it the land of choice for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grape varieties. The Burgundy vineyard represents approximately 30 hectares of vines in production and 000% of the French AOC vineyard.
You will discover a lot of practical and useful information to prepare your wine tourism trip by downloading the Cellar Guide, the Aroma guide, the "Burgundy travel passport”. To clearly visualize the appellations, the maps of Chablis, Coast of Nights, Beaune Coast, Chalonnaise coast et Maconnais are also very instructive.
The Mâconnais-Beaujolais wine route
Le Camping caves is located on the Mâconnais-Beaujolais wine route. This location gives it a strong opening to wine tourism. Discovery of vines and vineyards, visit of cellars, learning about grape varieties and tastings...
The wine tourism route of Burgundy wines
West of Mâcon, the wine tourism route of Burgundy wines crosses a territory of great beauty and unique historical richness. On your way, be sure to visit exceptional sites, such as the Abbey of Cluny or the Roche de Solutré.
The Saône-et-Loire offers a wonderful space of freedom to all lovers of the hike who will appreciate the variety of landscapes in the area: Charolais Bocage, Bresse plain, vineyard-covered slopes in Mâconnais and Côte Chalonnaise, Morvan forests, ponds and lakes around the Canal du Center.
Discover the charter Hiking.
The Green Walks
Walking along the Saône-et-Loire means hiking on the Balades Vertes marked trails, laid out by the Departmental Council of Saône-et-Loire in 382 towns and villages. A total of 706 circuits, 27 thematiques trails and 1 trail for people with reduced mobility represent 7 km of paths for hiking.
Azé and its geology
Azé and its geology are treasures for those who love hiking. It is even a hiking circuit located in the town of Azé. It covers approximately 19 kilometers and represents an average of 6 hours of walking. To the east is the vineyard. To the west, the bocage. This beautiful and long hike requires that you take your time... That you savor the countryside as well as the architecture of the farms and the small heritage.
Close to Azé, in Cluny, the Four Sales walk, more intended for seasoned enthusiasts, offers 14 km of hiking along the trails.
Less than 30 minutes from camping, Montagny wine interpretation trail is a great opportunity to explore the vineyards on foot during an easy 4,5 km loop.
Other hikes are to be discovered thanks to Visorando.
- Roche de Solutré: Mâconnais vineyard and viewpoint to the Alps
- Chemin de Halage on the banks of the Saône
- Around Saint-Maurice-de-Satonnay
- Col de la Percée to Mont Saint-Romain