Gibles 2km, La Clayette 9km, Charolles 18km, Cluny 36km, Macon 49km, Chalon-sur-Saône 78km, Lyon 98km.
N 46° 20' 12 E 04° 22' 58
One Dutch tour operator on 12 pitches.
For those who enjoy a quiet atmosphere in a fabulous setting.
4 apartments in château: one 3-bedrooms, two 2-bedrooms, one with 1 bedroom.
Laid out on terraces, maximum 100m². Scattered around a large area. Some have beautiful views over the lake and some have views of the château. About a third have hard standing. Not suitable for large outfits.
44 pitches (32 touring)
Minimum 8 amps. No water & drainage pitches.
No motorhome service point. Site not suitable for large motorhomes as access is difficult.
Two half-court tennis courts. Children's play area. Boules pitch. Fishing in lake. Table tennis.
Guided walks round site to visit chapel and vineyards. Talks on history of château. Jogging. Tractor rides for children. A large marquee near the bar is ideal for wine-tasting evenings and barbecues. Visit to snail farm. Themed weeks which include participating with the grape harvest in September.
La Clayette, Cluny, Beaujolais vineyards, Charolles, Cluny, Tournus, Lyon, Berzé, Mont St Vincent.
Tennis, Fishing, Walking
No shop but pre-order bread and croissants. Bar, take-away. Restaurant 1.5km. Barbecues allowed. Dogs accepted.
An attractive heated pool 100m², with small area at one end suitable for paddling. Surrounded by pretty sun terrace and fenced off with hedges.
Fantastic new toilet block built to a high specification with attractive granite coloured tiling. Separate ladies and gents. Hot & cold taps in the showers with hooks, bench and rail. Individual wash cubicles with mixer taps. Modern toilets with toilet paper.
The campsite is located to the north of the village of Gible. From the A6 exit at junction 29 and follow the N79 towards Charolles. At Trivy turn towards Dompierre les Ormes, then take the D41 to Montmelard then Gibles. The site is well signposted from the village. Follow the signs to the campsite.
03 85 84 51 13
Domaine de Montrouant 71800 Gibles
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