Le Bouscat: our private campsites

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How to find a campground in Le Bouscat

If you are looking for a rural destination near Bordeaux, we recommend you to stay in Le Bouscat. Very appreciated by the people of Bordeaux for a few days in the countryside, accommodation in Le Bouscat is very sought-after and we therefore advise you to anticipate your departure on HomeCamper. Le Bouscat's hosts will be delighted to share with you the accommodation and camping sites they offer in the town through HomeCamper!


What to visit in Le Bouscat

The Bouscat has a rich historical heritage, including the Sainte-Clotilde church, which dates back to 1854. You can also take the time to admire its bell tower, which is inspired by the Romanesque period. Some copies of sculptures of Saint-Seurin and Sainte-Croix are present in this church. Other visits are also possible, including the castle of Andorte, which is classified as a Historic Monument and has been overlooking the Parc de la Chêneraie since the 18th century. Continuing your walk in the heart of Le Bouscat, you will be able to discover the villa Jeanne which is classified as a Historic Monument. In the past, arenas were present at Le Bouscat, but today there is only one sculpture left, called Selinger's Bullfighting. Le Bouscat also allows you to enjoy almost 16 hectares of green space between parks and gardens. In particular, we can mention the Hermitage Park, which will allow you to relax with a rose garden, a vegetable labyrinth and a playground for children. Finally, the Parc de la Chêneraie is a very popular place where you can also unwind.


When to go to Le Bouscat

If you wish to stay in Le Bouscat under the sun and pleasant temperatures, we recommend that you leave between June and September. Indeed, it is truly the summer season that is the most favourable for a holiday in Le Bouscat, allowing you to enjoy many outdoor activities!

 

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