Top European Campsites

St Emilion, France Marcus Leach

Top European Campsites

near wine regions

Sampling the local wine is an essential and fun part of holidays for many, so we've selected 14 great campsites across Europe that are situated close to vineyards. Take a relaxing, yet fascinating trip to these wine and champagne regions, walking through vast vineyards, tasting the variety of wines available and even learning the secrets of the production. Get away to some of the most beautiful parts of Europe and create a trail of the best wines that a sommelier would be proud of!

L'Isle Verte

Pays de la Loire, France (Club ref: L34)

Set in the heart of the Saumur-Champigny wine region, L'Isle Verte campsite is set on the banks of the Loire river with its stunning views. You can take a boat trip by the campsite and sail down to Saumur with its chateau and wine caves. Trying the famous local red wine is an absolute must.

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Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France (Club ref: D08)

Set in the heart of the St Emilion vineyards, the campsite is the perfect location to explore the local areas. There’s a free vineyard tour within walking distance, as well as many private wine cellars to visit. You can jump on a train and head to Bordeaux to visit La Cité du Vin, a museum dedicated to wine.

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Au Clos de la Chaume

Grand-Est, France (Club ref: J08)

Located within easy access of the superb Alsace wine route, Au Clos de la Chaume is a great base for day trips to the many towns and villages on the route, with the opportunity to try some delicious Alsace cuisine and of course, to sample some of the excellent wines. The campsite itself has wonderful amenities including a pool.

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Camping de l'Ill Colmar

Grand-Est, France (Club ref: J12)

Set alongside the River Ill, this welcoming and friendly campsite has plenty to entertain including a heated pool and a restaurant. The beautiful town of Colmar, known as the capital of the Alsace wine region, is just 2km from the campsite and excursions to local wineries can be arranged for you.

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Chateau de l'Eperviere

Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, France (Club ref: L12)

This high-quality site sits in the heart of the Burgundy wine country, between Beaune and Mâcon and in the grounds of a 16th century château. With its own fishing lake and wooded areas, it’s home to a variety of wildlife, giving the whole site a relaxed, natural ambiance.

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La Grappe Fleurie

Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France (Club ref: M26)

This five star boutique style campsite is set amongst the beautiful Beaujolais vineyards. There are plenty of activities and tours to explore around the local area, with many organised and run by the campsite owners themselves.

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Le Paradis - Mazières

Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France (Club ref: D37)

 Perfect for a quiet, tranquil break with its large grassy pitches, it's a great place to “refresh and recharge” en route to the winter sun. There's plenty of vineyards nearby, and a visit to Cognac and its medieval quarter is a must.

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De Haro

La Rioja, Spain (Club ref: E02)

Situated in the heart of the Rioja winemaking region, De Haro campsite is just 600m from the historic centre of Haro. Wine lovers will be spoilt by some of the best bodegas in the area that offer wine tastings. Learn more about the history of one of Spain’s favourite wines and head to the Rioja wine museum.

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El Astral

Castilla y León, Spain (Club ref: E03)

Within walking distance to the pretty town of Tordesilas, the site offers large green spaces along with plenty of sporting opportunites including swimming pools and mulit-sports courts. Visit the local wine caves to soak up the history, explore vineyards in the area and discover the Rueda wine route.

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Portugal (Club ref: E31)

This lovely campsite is just 18km from Porto where you can visit Port cellars and enjoy some wine tasting. There are also excursions to visit the Douro Valley, which is one of the world's best known wine regions. Here you can admire the breath taking landscapes whilst you enjoy the Douro wine.

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Rüdesheim am Rhein

Germany (Club ref: G08)

This beautifully kept family run campsite is on the banks of the Rhein river and surrounded by Riesling vineyards. Take the cable car and enjoy the panoramic view of this Unesco world heritage site and its vines, or enjoy wine tasting in one of the many bars or restaurant in the busy streets of Rüdesheim.

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Azur Camping Wertheim

Germany (Club ref: G24)

Set on the banks of the Europa canal, Azur Campsite Wertheim is perfect for discovering and learning about the local dry white wine vines. You can even enjoy superb wine tasting sessions based in the beautiful Wertheim castle that overlooks the medieval city or in the 12th century Bronnback monastery.

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Italy (Club ref: Y02)

Being situated just across the lagoon from the stunning sights of Venice, Ca’Savio is a wonderful campsite to set up base and explore the history of the city and its surrounding islands. The local region boasts the very popular sparkling Prosecco vineyards up in the hills, just north of the city.

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Zaton Holiday Resort

Croatia (Club ref: X14)

Zaton Holiday resort is a stunning complex on the Dalmatian Coast, with its own private beach and walking distance to the medieval village of Nin. Croatia is typically not known for its wine production but each region has its own wines, producing quality prize winning wines.

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