Camping in Burgundy with plenty of water
This spacious campsite in Burgundy has several swimming pools and a swimming lake. This means there is plenty of fun in the water at La Plaine Tonique campsite. But there are also various activities on dry land. Follow the 6.2 kilometre hiking trail around the lake, or get out on one of the five mountain bike paths from the park. You don’t need to take a bicycle or mountain bike with you, because you can rent these at the campsite.
Whether you prefer to swim indoors or outdoors, you have plenty of choice here. It’s especially lively here, as the lake and swimming pools are open to people from outside the campsite. If you want to go out on the lake on a baby water ski, catamaran or a pedalo boat, you can rent these, and many more things, at the sports centre. Daredevils can try out supervised flyboarding (being propelled up into the air on a water spout) or follow a course across the water. Can you make it dry to the other side? Believe us, it’s great fun!
So much to do
If you like to go from one activity to another when on holiday, La Plaine Tonique campsite is the place for you. For example, you can try minigolf, (table) tennis and basketball. There is a mini-club for children aged 5 to 11 in high season. There’s also plenty to do and see in the evenings. Take part in a disco evening, visit a concert or watch a show. When you’ve seen everything on the campsite, you can also try paintball, bubble football and horse riding at the stables nearby. What do you have planned?
Time for a feast
Most people want the easy life while on holiday. If you don’t feel like spending the evening in the kitchen, you can eat at the brasserie, where delicious local specialities will be cooked for you. You don’t need to leave the campsite for a tasty snack, because you can get these at the snack bar or ice cream stall. All these facilities are open every day in high season.
You’re no doubt keen to know where you can spend the night. There’s plenty of choice; there are mobile homes, cottages, camping pitches and even teepees. The fully equipped tents are probably the nicest, they are specially set up for campers who like a bit of luxury. You can wake up fully relaxed in your bed, or make a cup of coffee in the kitchen. You’ll get the real camping feeling with all the comfort of home.
If you’re looking for a unique and interesting day out, visit the wine museum and Hameau Duboeuf park. The museum has a beautiful garden with a little train and a ‘wine station’. There are also plenty of things for children to do here. The royal convent of Brou is 20 kilometres from the campsite. Here you can learn all about Archduchess Margaret of Austria, who had the convent built in memory her deceased husband and mother in law. If it’s an adrenaline kick you want, visit Parc Aventure de la Bresse. This is a climbing park with various routes for children and adults. As there are special routes for small children, this park is also suitable for young people. Exciting and fun!