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Famous for its wines – arguably the best found anywhere on the planet – Bordeaux is one of western France’s highlights and is known for having more of an English feel to it than most other cities around the country. Although it is mostly a flat city, Bordeaux offers unique scenery and having a motorhome rental allows you to venture off into the countryside to stay at one of the numerous motorhome sites whenever you wish. We can offer a wide choice of both campervan sizes plus a range of suppliers that include Big Sky Motorhome Rental France and AVIS

As Bordeaux’s streets are incredibly old and narrow, driving around the city centre isn’t advised. You are better off parking somewhere and walking to the attractions. For trips out of the city, it always pays to have a your own mobile home so you may visit the popular wine houses that include Château Lafite-Rothschild, Château Latour and Château Mouton Rothschild.

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Great experience again , the camper which we got was a compact Globescout Fiat Ducati and was in excellent quality. The service provided by the Black Sheep staff in Lyon was good as well. My wife and I look forward to more trips to Europe. Next time we are thinking of booking a Volkswagen California style camper.

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Recommended RV drives in Bordeaux

Medoc:

Probably the most popular area of Bordeaux given that this is where most of the famous wines of the region are produced. Even those visitors that aren’t interested in wine will enjoy the views of the scenery unique to this part of the world. Stay at Moulin de Campech or Le Bost Caravan and Camping.

Western Bordeaux:

Any part of this 250km-long stretch of Atlantic Ocean beaches will be enjoyed by drivers. There are numerous places for you to park your motorhome overnight. Two of the most popular are Camping Club Arachon and Camping La Canadienne.

Saint-Emilion:

Enjoy the best views of the Dordogne and Garonne rivers before rolling up to this historic village that has long been a UNESCO World Heritage site. The vineyards surrounding St-Émilion have rightly been awarded world heritage status by UNESCO with picture-perfect views that will leave a lasting impression. Stay at Yelloh Saint Emilion or Camping La Riviere Fleurie.

Driving a campervan hire in Bordeaux

Road network:

Bordeaux is not a city for drivers of motorhomes but the roads leading out to the countryside and the vineyards are well maintained, with filling stations abundant.

Speed limits:

Urban roads:50kph
Provincial roads:80-130kph
National roads and motorways:110-130kph

Alcohol limits:

0.05 per cent, with all highways and roads regularly policed. Given the area’s wine industry, drink-driving laws are strictly enforced.

Safety:

Driving in Bordeaux is on the road’s right-hand side and accident and recovery companies like the AA are able to get to breakdowns quickly. Don’t even think about using your mobile phone when driving in Bordeaux without a hands-free kit.

Cost of fuel:

Expensive, to reduce fuel costs plan routes, drive slowly but not too slow to be a hazard and keep acceleration to a minimum.

Compare motorhome hire in Bordeaux

Bordeaux’s best camping van deals can be taken advantage of right here. Motorhome rental is available in all major areas of Bordeaux city centre such as Les Quais, La Victorie, Quinconces Square and Gambetta Square as well as at Bordeaux-Merignac Airport. Comfort Plus, Family Plus and Compact Plus are the most commonly offered motorhome models in Bordeaux.


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