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La Brouquere

Listed under Camps & Campsites in Midi-Pyrenees, France.

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The landscape here is gently sloping, enough to send you off in the right direction as you stumble home to this ex-winery campsite after an evening of so much foie gras and armagnac that you find yourself with a bit of a waddle. There are only six pitches in this camp, so there's always space in the pool-cum-hot tub if you fancy a soak to ease digestion.

The Dutch owners of this site speak English, so are able to share with you the history of this armagnac winery and the vineyards that surround it, and they've thoughtfully provided all parties with private bathrooms.

Written by  Andy Kinght.

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