Discover the campsite
Discover the region
Find out about the various events taking place in the Migennois area: concerts, cinema, garage sales...
Current and forthcoming exhibitions in the Mitigana area of the Tourist Office. Accessible during opening hours.
- MIGENNES PLAGE In July and August for 6 weeks, in a bucolic setting, enjoy a wide range of activities and entertainment every day from 10am.
Concerts, sports tournaments, initiation to sports, dancing, music, creative workshops and much more, to discover during your vacations, on the former bathing site near the skate-park, a 5-minute walk from the campsite.
- THE BURGUNDY CANAL BY BIKE - AROUND 240 KM Thanks to the signposted "voie verte", a large part of which runs along the Burgundy canal, it's ideal for cycling with family or friends, and accessible to all, on the towpaths and cycle paths to Dijon.
Take advantage of our spacious tent and rental pitches, departing from (or arriving at) Migennes. Restaurant/Bar on site (booking required).
- FISHING IN MIGENNES - CLOSE TO THE CAMPSITE The Yonne, the Armançon, the Canal de Bourgogne and the many ponds in the area make up one of the finest fishing grounds in the region.
The Canal de Bourgogne (2nd category public domain), from Lock 113 (at Cheny) to its confluence with the Yonne.
The Yonne (2nd category public domain), from pK 19 at Bassou to the Pêchoir dam
L'Armançon (2nd category private domain), from Pont d'Esnon to its confluence with the Yonne
Etang de Préblin (private 2nd category) at Migennes - navigation prohibited.
Etang Buisson l'Oiseau (2nd category, private domain) at Migennes - navigation prohibited.
- CABARET L'ESCALE L'Escale is much more than a cabaret, it's a concert hall.
With a diversified program and a predominantly 'chanson' aesthetic, the cabaret's year-round program will have you shaking your head to rock'n'roll tunes, singing along to the French repertoire, tapping your feet to a jazzy tune - no style is off limits!
While retaining its historic image, the cabaret has diversified, opened up and blossomed. This legendary venue has seen the debut of Johnny Hallyday (first professional concert at cabaret l'Escale in 1960), Jacques Brel, Charles Trenet, Juliette Gréco, Charles Aznavour and many others...