Grand Est – campsites

The Grand Est region, although often associated with industry and large urban agglomerations, offers many tourist attractions, contact with unspoiled nature and picturesque camping sites for the whole family. In Grand Est you can plan a quiet holiday in the bosom of nature combined with activities such as trekking or cycling and attractions of large cities.

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Grand Est, or Alsace and Lorraine with Champagne

Grand Est covers three former administrative regions: Alsace, Lorraine and Champagne-Ardenne, forming a group of five large agglomerations centered around Strasbourg, Nancy, Metz, Mulhouse and Reims. These cities are the backbone of the region's economy, including tourism. They contain the most important monuments, among which one should especially mention those inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, such as Stanislas Square in Nancy, Grande Île Island in Strasbourg with a valuable group of historic buildings, Notre-Dame Cathedral and Basilica of Saint-Remi in Reims.

Champagne fun only in… Champagne!

In addition to Alsace and Lorraine, Grand Est includes known for its sparkling wine Champagne (which is more precisely the former administrative region named Champagne-Ardenne). In addition to numerous vineyards with cellars, where you can taste the local drinks, we will visit historic cities such as Reims and smaller, but equally interesting towns such as Joinville with the beautiful palace Château du Grand Jardin. There are also many hiking and cycling routes in the Ardennes massif.

People who like the thrill will be pleased that in the Grand Est region there is one of the largest amusement parks in France – Nigloland in Dolancourt offers a lot of attractions for small and large, including huge roller coasters. In Fumay, on the other hand, there is a Terraltitude rope park with zip lines, catapults and even a bungee jumping tower. 

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