En Champagne: near the camping
A camping holiday at Yelloh! En Champagne means being able to discover a region where nature rules. Walking, mountain biking and hiking in the forest or around the Lac du Der are just some of the ways in which you can explore this magnificent region.
Latitude: N 48° 34' 15''
Longitude: E 4° 50' 40''
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The Champagne Route
The secret world of champagne revealed to you, tasting, cellar visits, touring routes: you can learn all there is to know about Champagne. Thanks to the ingenuity of Dom Pérignon, a bottle of champagne is opened somewhere in the world every two seconds!
The Musée Champenois, not far from the Lac du Der, will enable you to learn about wine growing and wine making in Champagne since the 19th century. Come and taste the best grape varieties on the Champagne Route, and discover the small producers, who will greet you with a glass of champagne.
Discovering timber-framed churches
Unique in France, come and discover the timber-framed churches of the Pays du Der, where the marriage of a clayey soil with oak timbers gave rise to the characteristic architecture. The 60 kilometres of small minor roads that make up the scenic route of the churches can be covered by bike, and reveals the charms of the architecture of the villages and their stone churches lit by superb stained-glass windows.
Discovering the regional produce
Wine, charcuterie, creamy cheeses and all the Haut-Marne produce - come and treat yourselves to our specialities. A small regional market set up every Friday on the campsite enables you to sample the regional produce.
Visit to the Grange aux Abeilles
Young and old will enjoy a visit to the Grange aux Abeilles in Giffaumont Champaubert, to learn about beekeeping of yesteryear and today. Bring your children to explore the countryside and the traditions, and immerse yourself in the fascinating life of bees and their role in the natural cycle (pollination).
You'll be able to observe a living hive. And at the end of your visit, you can sample the products of the hive (honeys, pollen, royal jelly...).
La Grange aux Abeilles
4, Rue du Grand Der