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Al Campeggio Le Médiéval di Turckheim (Alto Reno), soggiorni a soli €16,- a notte in bassa stagione grazie alla CampingCard ACSI. In una delle 117 piazzole itineranti del campeggio nel periodo 05-04-2019 - 03-07-2019 e 21-08-2019 - 28-10-2019 a tariffa ridotta. Oltre ad offrire prezzi vantaggiosi ai titolari della CampingCard ACSI, il campeggio accetta anche l'ACSI Club ID (sostitutivo del documento di identità).
Si trova a 300m dal grazios borgo medievale di Turckheim, tra i vigneti, vicino alla Route des Vins. Si va a Colmar in bus o treno in 10 minuti. Venite qui a gustare i vini e i ristoranti dell'Alsazia. Ex campeggio comunale ora completamente rinnovato.
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Busy site, usually full by early evening. Unfortunately would not take a prior phone reservation without going through their website and paying a booking fee (no ACSI facility) but places available if you arrive early. Otherwise, once there, staff friendly and helpful. Great sanitary facilities. Toilets (with seats, paper and soap), showers, washing and wash-up facilities all in one modern heated building. 300m from lovely medieval town centre with shops and wine caves, seemingly devoid of the hordes of tourists. Good access to Colmar, 10 minutes away by train. A bit of road noise. Resident storks fun. Quite a friendly site with wine tasting one evening. Very good value for money. The best site we stayed on in Alsace.
What a strange site.
Arrived to find roadworks outside so with no signage to advised, we parked at the gate followed by another van. This is common on 90% of sites but here no!
Waited for someone to eventually come to be told we were blocking the barrier. (So should you not have some signage to indicate your system of booking in like most well run sites????
Ourselves and now another motorhome had to reverse to an non existent waiting area?
Now it gets strange. We tow a car. If the car stays on the trailer no charge. If we use it there is a €6 charge?????. We have a motor mover so I am no longer bur more maneuverable than a car and caravan. No charge for a car towing a caravan????
We were given the choice of two really scruffy pitches on a packed in site. Not for us at all. We prefer at least some outlook.
Some may rate this higher but we can’t stand these sites who misuse the ACCI off peak offers with silly hidden charges. Still 1st time this season so we left followed by the van following (us after they saw the pitches offered to ACCI members)
We stayed 4 nights here at this lovely site in July/August so outside ACSI period.
The site location can\'t be faulted - easy walking distance into the delightful medieval town of Turckheim, and easy walk to either the bus stop or the train station. We caught the bus to Colmar, only 1 euro 80 each and it takes you right to the centre. Lots of other villages to explore too, like Eguisheim and Ribeauville, just a few miles away. A site to be recommended.
Very welcoming staff, clean sinks and showers. liked seeing the storks on there nests. One 3v3n walked pass our pitch! Close to the lovely town. Would return again. WiFi excellent too.
We spent 2.5 weeks touring the Alsace staying at various sites and this was easily my favourite. The mood is set from the welcoming reception and invitation to walk the site and select your pitch.
Good, clean (and heated!) facilities block which looks new and never seemed overrun. Nice warm showers. Chem disposal has now been moved a short distance away so the issue mentioned in an earlier review of odourous toilets is no more.
Easy 3 minute walk into Turckheim which is unfairly a little overlooked as a tourist destination alongside some of the ‘prettieîr’ villages but does give you the opportunity for a nice peaceful stroll round.
Site had a good international mix of travellers when we stayed which promoted a friendly atmosphere.
The only negative I would say on the site although it didn’t affect us is that I did note the play area is looking in need of a refresh.
If your trying to choose between the sites surrounding Colmar bump this one to the top of your list.
Turckheim is a delightful town and this site is ideal for visiting it with the added advantage of the station close by. We were fortunate to arrive whilst the Friday morning Market was on and can recommend the meringues from the stall which is there on the 2nd and 4th weeks of the month. We also visited the caves which were also very close to the site and were grateful to do this on foot so that there was no drinking and drinking! The only criticism of the site is the chemical toilet disposal which was situated in the washing up/laundry area. As the partitioning between this area and the ladies facilities wasn\'t up to the ceiling there was always a bit of a pong. It wouldn\'t deter me from returning although there is a motorhome aire with no facilities between the town and the site.
This is an excellent campsite with nicely renovated facilities. Pitches are level, though size varies considerably, and ours drained very well after a thunderstorm! The picturesque town centre is a very short walk away and has a number of cafes-bars and restaurants together with a small but adequate supermarket. There is a regular bus service to Colmar from just outside the site and several pretty villages are within a short drive. The castle at Haut Konigsburg is well worth a half day and do stop at Bergheim on the way back. The Cave De Turkheim is within walking distance and sells good local wine at a reasonable price. Highly recommended.
One of our favourite campsites in the Alsace. Pre-booking necessary, even in autumn as the site is often full after lunch. Staff reserved a great, very large pitch for us on a corner. Reception was very friendly and helpful at all times. We kept prolonging our stay and were there for a week in the end. Sanitary facilities appeared to be new, heated, and outstanding, with automatic taps. Campsite is within minutes walking into the small town, across a footbridge. Lovely small town or big village, very picturesque and less overrun with tourists and tourist shops as nearby towns. Lots of possibilities for visits elsewhere and walks in the area. A little more difficult to find somewhere immediately off site if you are a dog owner.
Really nice site. Toilets and showers very modern and clean. Timer on the shower button nice and long so you don’t have to keep pressing it. If I had to find a fault it would be no hand dryers or paper towels but that’s pretty picky. Pitches a good size with small hedges separating them. On arrival was asked to walk the site and pick a pitch number which was nice. Staff very friendly. Storks a nice novelty. Electric was good 16A with CE (blue) sockets. Turckheim a short walk and a real gem. Cycled in to Colmar also very nice. Security seemed good, felt very safe. Would definitely come back again, nothing really negative to say about this site.
Selected at last minute en-route from Italy back to UK. Excellent modern toilets and showers and large pitches. Good electric and water at some pitches. Busy whilst we were there but very pleasant staff. No pool or shop but bread could be ordered. Table tennis and table football tables need replacing though! We had a pitch near to the toilet block but it’s quite a walk from the far end. Looks like there is an old block at that end that has been taken out of commission.
Storks roosting around the town make for good photography and entertainment wandering around the site. Reasonably priced. Good cycle paths into Colmar (5 miles) which is well worth a visit and everyone in the area very friendly. Very considerate French drivers too! Also visited the Schlumpf motor museum in Mulhouse which is about 30 miles away – incredible selection of cars.
- Periodo di apertura
- 05-04-2019 fino al 28-10-2019
29-11-2019 fino al 24-12-2019
- 2 ha
- Numero posti itineranti
- 117 (80 - 100m2)
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- Campeggio adatto ai disabili
* Le attrezzature e i servizi in grassetto non sono compresi nel prezzo del pernottamento e vanno quindi pagati a parte. (Quanto sopra non significa che le attrezzature e i servizi non in grassetto siano gratuiti!)
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Campeggio Le Médiéval
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68230 / Turckheim
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