Review for Free Motorhome Parking with services, Sennecy-le-Grand, France

Country: France

Co-ordinates: N46.6367  E4.87017

Good for: Journey south through France (we were on our way to Italy) A lovely little town.

Address: Sennecey-le-Grand, Saône-et-Loire, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, France, 71240

Questions:- (This review is from the point of view of motorhomers driving a Bessacarr E769 tag axle – 8.56m)

Detail: A Borne dedicated area in front of the castle for approx 8-10 vans.  All services available (including electric) for 5Euros.  Bars and boulangeries/patisseries all within a short walk (also a butchers and various other shops)  

If there’s no space there’s a wonderful campsite at Gigny-sur-Saone which is accessed from the same main road (we’ve stayed there twice and can highly recommend it)

What’s the site access like? Good – it’s by the road by the castle. You can’t miss it.

How much is it? Free to park and stay.  5Euros for services

What’s the area like?:

Town is lovely. The aire is right beside the SAS museum and the castle.  5 min walk to the shops etc.  

It is right by the road though, which is quite busy.  We slept fine though.

Moving on: Next stop on the route south was Bourgneuf on the way to the Alps

Would we return?? Probably not, as it was too close to the road for us


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