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Good campsite in Macon France

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From the A40:

Take the exit : M?con

Drive a few meters and follow the direction M?con Town Centre (Centre-Ville)

on your left take the General de Gaulle boulevard, then drive 500 meters

Turn on your left, for the campsite entrance.

From the A6:

Take the exit n?28 "Bourg-en-Bresse, Pont-de-Vaux"

At the roundabout, take the direction of M?con

Drive on 2 km, at the first roundabout, drive straight on, then at the trafic lights, turn right

2003 Prices ::D:

3 stars, it is something that has to be earned !

High level equipment for the holidaymakers confort and well being. The campsite has at its disposal all the laying out and services appropriate to a 3 stars .

275 spaces of 100 square meter over 5 hectares of shaded ground, included 60 delimited spaces "great comfort" Self-service store for food, ice cream and regional cooked dishes to take away

Leisure playrooms with TV (reception of foreign channels). Many electrical and water supply points.

Heated swimming pool. 4 modern toilet blocks.

Washing machine, dryer, ironing room. Phone boxes.

Big supermarket nearby. Bar, restaurant with terrace.


2 personns + tent caravan electicity 5 A elec. A+water+dischange day week month

A 9.30 ? 52 ? 205 ?

B 11.60 ? 66 ? 258 ?

C 11.00 ? 62 ? 240 ?

D 13.30 ? 75 ? 284 ?

additional person

2.95 ?

child - 7 years 1.55 ?

visitor 1.30 ?

supplement for electricity 10A 2.65 ?

dog 0.70 ?

washing machine 4.25 ?

dryer 4.25 ?

washing powder 1.25 ?

euro-relai 2.32 ?

bus (fixed price) * 56.00 ?

supplement conveys weight > with 3.5 T or 2 axles 40.00 ?

Parking for caravan only 3.60 ? 18 ? 82 ?


RN6 - 71000 M?con

T?l. : - Fax :

Municipal Campsite Macon

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