Campsite near Bordeaux
Camping L’Arbre d’Or offers mobile home rentals near Bordeaux. Situated in the heart of the Aquitaine basin, in a lush green setting on the shores of Lake Biscarrosse, our wooded park is the ideal location for your next vacation in south-west France. The most beautiful beaches in the Landes region just a few kilometers from your Bordeaux campsite!
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What to see in Bordeaux
Are you torn between urban tourism and nature? Our Biscarrosse campsite offers you a lakeside holiday in the heart of the Landes forest, within easy reach of Bordeaux. From the campsite, you’re just 75km from the city of Bordeaux. Quick and easy access: take the A63 for just over an hour and you’ll arrive in Bordeaux city center.
As practical as renting a mobile home in Bordeaux! Savor the camping spirit, enjoy family activities, take advantage of the aquatic area while visiting the most beautiful sites in the Bordeaux region : the UNESCO-listed Port de la Lune, the Cité du Vin, the Place de la Bourse and its water mirror, as well as the surrounding vineyards and the banks of the Garonne. Bordeaux’s city center can be reached by freeway in an hour and a quarter. Bordeaux’s premier vineyards and châteaux are less than 45 minutes’ drive from your budget Bordeaux campsite.
Ideally located in the Landes region on the Gironde border, l’Arbre d’Or campsite is the ideal destination for a variety of activities and landscapes.
Campsite with swimming pool Bordeaux
Bordeaux sightseeing tour
Built on the banks of the famously blonde Garonne River, the capital of the Bordeaux wine region boasts a rich architectural and cultural heritage. The picturesque medieval old town contrasts charmingly with the splendor of the Louis XV buildings, represented by the stock exchange, the buildings of the Place Royale and the Opera House. Set in a meander of the Garonne River, the Port de la Lune, an 18th-century mecca for the wine trade, is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Other architectural treasures include the Tour Pey Berland, Saint-André Cathedral and the Grosse Cloche tower.
In Bordeaux, historic monuments sit harmoniously alongside major contemporary structures, the most emblematic of which are the Cité du Vin and the Chaban-Delmas lift bridge. The Place de la Bourse is reflected in the Miroir d’eau, an immense interactive work of art, both aesthetic and playful, which gives the illusion of extending into the Garonne. Opposite the river cruise ships, the former port warehouses of Quai des Marques now house stores and restaurants.
Don’t miss a guided cruise on the Garonne, where you can take in the city’s diverse atmosphere and learn a lot about its history. After the Cité des Vins, the urban setting quickly turns into a vineyard landscape. If you’re looking for a cultural experience for the whole family, the Musée d’Aquitaine and the Musée d’Art Contemporain (CAPC) are among the city’s must-see sites. A stroll along the right bank from your Bordeaux campsite will take you to the alternative Darwin ecosystem, with its organic grocery stores, urban farm and unique atmosphere.