Meurthe-et-Moselle Campsite

Are you looking for a beautiful location to camp or a comfortable rental in a campsite of the Meurthe-et-Moselle?

Check out our list of 3 of meurthe-et-moselle campsites, you will certainly find the campsite of your vacation! We also offer you our our selection of campsites “Favorites” among the most beautiful establishments du Grand-Est. Find your campsite in Meurthe-et-Moselle according to your personal criteria by refining your search or by consulting our dedicated camping thematic sections.

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Where to go camping in Meurthe-et-Moselle?

A campsite in Meurthe-et-Moselle is a treat for history and culture enthusiasts, who can explore Nancy and its surroundings. Historically significant and rich in globally recognized heritage, opt for a cultural getaway!

A campsite in Meurthe-et-Moselle is an opportunity to discover a part of Lorraine's impressive architectural heritage. When camping near Nancy, you will have the chance to visit the city and some of its most beautiful architectural ensembles, such as the UNESCO World Heritage site, Place Stanislas. Take a stroll to discover the various monuments that make it up, many of which are classified as historical monuments, like the Opéra National de Lorraine.

Explore the two emblematic districts of the city: the old town and the new town. You can visit the Ducal Palace in the old town, which has been transformed into a museum, and admire the beauty of the numerous mansions in the new town. To explore the city at your own pace, take advantage of the city's bike-sharing service!

By choosing a mobil home rental in Meurthe-et-Moselle, you can recharge in the city's green lung, the Montet Botanical Garden, which is part of the Conservatory and Botanical Gardens of Nancy. Here, you can discover around 12,000 plant species in the greenhouses or in the park.

A campsite in Villey-le-Sec will allow you to visit its fortress. Built in the 19th century, it was once one of the largest fortifications in the country and formed part of the Séré de Rivières defensive system. You can explore it on foot, but the visit also includes two train rides, which were once used to supply the fort!