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river soane 9 years 2 months ago #21586

hi good people,does any of you know of any campsites that has access to the river soane , reason beening i am a keen fisherman & the river soane holds a good head of big carp & catfish....thanks. website address would be appreciated
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river soane 9 years 2 months ago #21587

If you mean the River Sa
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A good site to consider would be the Chateau de l'Eperviere at Gigny-sur-Saone, between Chalon and Tournus. This actually has a fishing lake on site, as well as a good restaurant and take-away, indoor and outdoor pools and excellent showers etc. The Saone itself is a 10-15 minute walk away (or a 5 minute drive).



When you reach the river, you will see the 'Halte Nautique@ and there is plnty of space on the bank for fishing. There is in fact a simple camping area right by the river, with a sign that tells you to apply to the Mairie for permissuion to camp. It seems to be used as a long-stay area by French families - presumably anglers. Unless you are really into the simple life, I think l'Eperviere is to be preferred!



The e-mail address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and the site appears in most of the standard guides (it is a Castels and Camping site).
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