Must-see sites to visit
The medieval city of Saint Emilion
During your camping holiday, discover Saint-Emilion, a medieval town of charm and character nestled in the heart of the Gironde.
Stroll through the ancient medieval city and contemplate the monuments at your leisure: along your route admire the cloisters, collegiate church, tower, castle, small and large wash houses and many other must-see monuments.
Stroll through the picturesque cobbled streets. From the place du clocher enjoy a panoramic view of Saint-Emilion and the surrounding area, a breathtaking spectacle awaits you.
If you are looking for accommodation near Saint-Emilion in Gironde, contact the campsite on +33 (0) 5 57 69 73 25 for availability.
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The primatial Saint-André cathedral in Bordeaux, located on Place Pey-Berland, is the most imposing place of worship in Bordeaux. This is the cathedral church of the Archdiocese of Bordeaux.
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The monolithic church and its bell tower
The monolithic church of Saint Emilion is an underground religious building excavated at the beginning of the 12th century in impressive proportions.
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Visit to a fish farm and caviar tasting
The estate, located in Neuvic sur l’Isle in the Dordogne, covers 20 hectares bordered by two rivers: the Isle and the Vern. It is on this estate that Caviar de Neuvic has chosen to set up a fish farm dedicated to the breeding of sturgeon to produce its famous caviar. With comments full of humour and unusual anecdotes, the manager will explain how our modern breeding methods respect the fish and nature.
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Discover the local flavours of the Gironde by strolling through the aisles of our small local markets near St Emilion! the local life, the smells, the colors and the flavours that make the countryside sing with its fresh, natural, beautiful and good local products!
Relaxation also involves the small simple moments to take the time to walk, to stroll in the middle of the alleys of the markets. So here is the listing per day of the week where you can wander to your heart’s content and taste the good fresh products of the local soil, and find locally produced goods. Do yourself good by eating well and beautiful!
- Monday : St Christophe de Double (15km), Castillon la Bataille (30km)
- Tuesday : Les Eglisottes et Chalaures (17km), Libourne (25km)
- Wednesday : Coutras (12km), St Emilion (15km)
- Thurday : Camps sur l’Isle (5km), Lussac (8km), St André de Cubzac (25km), Branne (26km)
- Friday : Libourne (25km)
- Saturday : St Médard de Guizières (3km), Coutras (12km), St André de Cubzac (25km), St Foy la Grande (41km)
- Sunday : St Seurin sur l’Isle (7.5km), Les Peintures (12km), Guîtres (15km), St Denis de Pile (15km), Libourne (25km)