Travel the vineyards according to your desires, without worrying about your next step. Distant views, tastings and private visits of the cellars will be on the menu of your route. Your hosts will be delighted to share their passion and know-how, passed on over many generations. Several regions and departments have chosen to set up itineraries and routes for motorhomes, in order to welcome tourists and itinerant visitors in the best possible conditions. Thus, we will discover the different territories which offer suitable routes, especially for travelers in motorhomes and camper vans.
In 1963, the Wine Route of Alsace was born. It is one of the first tourist routes in France. It extends for about 170 kilometers, from Marlenheim which lies north of the region to the south, and the town of Thann. This road is one of the most popular as it has a breathtaking scenery. Indeed, this road crosses the massif of the Vosges and the Alsatian plain. This route will allow you to cross many wine villages. Wine lovers will be delighted to discover these cellars, accustomed to receiving visitors.
Since 1995, the route of the Grands Crus of Burgundy, also known as "Champs-Elysées de la Bourgogne", is very popular with camping-cars. It deploys on 60 kilometers of the famous coast of the nights at the coast of Beaune and the most vivid vineyards in the region. This region is known for its many towns and wine villages. You can stop in the cellars to taste the Grands crus, such as a Meursault, a Aloxe-Corton or a Chan-Montrachet.
The route of the Grands Crus of Burgundy is not the only one. Indeed, the road of the wooden floats stretches from Clamecy to Appoigny in the Yonne. Once the wood was assembled in this city. For historical visitors, this route will allow you to perceive the treasures of this department thanks to the activity of the driftwood.
The Wine Route of Jura is in the only department of the Jura and extends over 100 kilometers of Salins-les-Bains north to Saint-Amour in the south. This road offers unique varietals in the world as well as dozens of picturesque villages to visit. This itinerary has the peculiarity of being more sinuous than the previous ones which are slightly more linear. The second route of Franche-Comté is the route of the lakes. It is slightly longer than the wine route of Jura since it extends over 150 kilometers. It allows to discover many lakes of the Haut-Jura. It is possible to continue the journey to the land with the road of the Firs. This journey is 42 kilometers and connects Levier to Champagnole.