Caravan and Campsites in Lorraine


Lorraine, in the far north-east, is often called the land of three frontiers as it shares borders with Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg. Between 1871 and 1918, the department of Moselle in the east was annexed, along with Alsace, by Germany following France's defeat in the Franco-Prussian War. It was again controlled by Germany from 1940 to 1945. The bloodiest battle of World War I - the Battle for Verdun - took place on Lorraine's soil. Here hundreds of thousands of French men were killed and today most of the visitors to the region are those on pilgrimages to see where their forefathers lost their lives.

Much of Lorraine's landscape has been used by industry. Iron ore fields of about 110 km (70 miles) long and 20 km (12 miles) wide, run from Nancy northward to the primary iron and steel district around Longwy, Thionville, and Metz.

Tourist Information


Lorraine>Vosges>Corcieux Ref: 880001
Camping Clos de la Chaume

Camping Au Clos de la Chaume is owned by a dual British and French couple, it is ideal to visit:
* The Vosges, its lakes, waterfalls, forests, scenic routes..
* The Alsace with its picturesque villages, wine route and castles etc.
* The Lorraine with its monuments, history and gastronomy etc.

Please note: the price per night quoted includes 2 persons, pitch, electricity, caravan/tent/motorhome.                           

Prices: €16.00-€22.50
per night
Season: Seasonal

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