Camping near Saint Emilion with swimming pool
Would you like to find a campsite near Saint-Emilion with a swimming pool to enjoy the pleasures of water during your discovery of the Gironde region?
The Domaine de la Forge campsite near Arcachon welcomes you to a welcoming estate with an aquatic area open from May to September.
A large heated swimming pool awaits you, with planted islands forming a relaxing and refreshing setting.
The youngest children can familiarise themselves with the water in a dedicated section of the pool with shallow warm water.
The paddling pool is as safe as it is entertaining and has a rain mushroom. Older children can’t get enough of the giant slides which also await them in the aquatic area of La Forge, a campsite near Saint Emilion with a swimming pool with a multi-track and a large bendy slide, the sliding attractions promise hours of fun and frantic races.
For relaxation, head for the deckchairs on the beach surrounding the pools of the aquatic area, or on the pleasant terrace of the snack bar!
Cheap camping near Saint Emilion
La Forge campsite offers cheap holidays in Gironde in a recent and comfortable rental accommodation.
Ideal if you are looking for a cheap campsite near Saint-Emilion for your next family holiday, the 4-star campsite has two or three bedroom mobile homes, equipped with one or two shower rooms, rented from only 60 euros per night.
If you want to stay with 4 people, you can also opt for a chalet, with a nightly rental rate starting at 63 euros.
Discover also our camping pitches for a stay with your motorhome, caravan or tent. For an outdoor holiday, try a traditional campsite by the Atlantic Ocean.
The campsite near Saint-Emilion, La Forge, also offers exceptional deals for the whole family on long stays, which allow you to benefit from a 10% discount if you book a rental for 14 nights or more.
Early Booking promotions reward early bookers with 15% off their 7-day rental package.
In the low season, the possibility of booking short stays of 2, 3 or 4 nights is also a great opportunity to get away from it all near Saint-Emilion at low prices.
Discover the medieval city of Saint-Émilion, in Gironde
From the campsite near Saint-Emilion, you will be well situated to visit Saint-Emilion.
Its name is on the labels of the best bottles of wine and is deeply associated with wine growing.
However, Saint-Émilion has much more to offer the visitor than cellars and vineyards. This medieval Gironde town near Bordeaux has several well-preserved ancient monuments that recall its 2,000 years of history, such as the monolithic church, the collegiate church, the cloister of the Cordeliers, the Ursuline convent, the King’s tower, the Cardinal’s palace and the Brunet gate, so you will have plenty to do from your campsite near Saint Emilion
A village built in the middle of the countryside, on a rocky promontory, Saint-Émilion surprises with its beautiful landscapes and the tranquillity of its inhabitants.
The works of man blend in wonderfully with the surrounding nature, a harmony that has earned it its place on the Unesco World Heritage List.
Take the time to stroll through the medieval city and suspend time, and keep your eyes open so as not to miss any of the architectural heritage you come across on your way.
Book now your next stay in the Gironde department for your holidays, and discover all the treasures of the famous vineyards of Saint-Emilion.
Visit the famous vineyards of Saint-Emilion
Did you enjoy your stroll through the historic heart of Saint-Emilion?
Now it’s time for wine tourism. Discovering the vineyards here is a real treat, as it satisfies the palate and the retina, all this only a few kilometres from your mobile home rental near Saint Emilion. By car or by bike, the “Route du Vin de Bordeaux en Saint-Émilion, Pomerol, Fronsac” will take you to the right bank of the Dordogne.
Unlike the large estates in the Bordeaux region, the vineyards of Saint Emilion are mainly made up of small family-run farms, which is a good place to visit during your camping holiday near Saint Emilion.
The vineyards cover an area of 5,400 hectares, on a plateau with hills and clay-limestone soils. The first vines were planted in the region in ancient times by the Romans. The winegrowers improved their techniques over the centuries.
They joined forces at the end of the 19th century, in 1884, by creating the first winegrowers’ union in France to better face the phylloxera crisis which had dramatic consequences for the professionals of the sector.
During the 20th century, the winegrowers set up quality labels to highlight the unique character of their red wine and to be able to defend it. The worldwide reputation of the Saint-Emilion vineyard was rewarded in 1999, with its inscription as a cultural landscape on the Unesco World Heritage List. Château Angélus, Château Cheval Blanc, Château Ausone, Château Pavie and Château-Figeac are among the leading grands crus.
Gastronomy and tasting in Saint-Émilion
The town centre of Saint-Emilion is dotted with wine shops and bars where you can taste and buy the best bottles of the region not far from your campsite near Saint Emilion. Martin’s, the Grande Cave and the Comptoir des Vignobles are among the most famous cellars. If you prefer the friendly atmosphere of a wine bar, you will be seduced by the terrace of Les Cordeliers just opposite the cloister, the old stones of L’Antre Deux Verres and the wooden décor of O 3 Fontaines.
Would you like to learn all the secrets of oenology and know how to recognize a good wine? L’École du Vin in the Maison du Vin offers themed courses (tasting, discovery, blending). The courses are accessible to beginners and include a playful dimension that allows you to immerse yourself in your glass of wine in a light-hearted way, while having fun and having a good time.
Are you looking for a table to match your glass of wine for a family lunch close to your campsite, 1h30 from Saint Emilion, a celebration with friends or a romantic dinner in Saint Emilion? Turn to a gastronomic restaurant that will take you on an unforgettable culinary journey, such as Le Tertre, Le Logis de la Cadène, Le Clos du Roy, La Table de Plaisance or L’Huîtrier Pie.