A region rich in history and specialities.
Champagne-Ardenne is mainly known for its vineyards and cellars. It is in this region that the world-renowned Champagne wine is produced, which has been awarded the AOC (Appellation d'origine contrôlée) label. It is also possible to visit many cities rich in heritage, gastronomy or architecture.
The old houses of Troyes, Épernay and its cellars, the abbey of Châlons-en-Champagne and its streams, Reims and its cathedral, the valleys of the Marne and Meuse rivers... There are many points of interest to visit and explore. Discover the Lac du Der-Chantecoq, the largest artificial lake in Europe which is specially reserved for tourism.
Since ancient times, the Champagne-Ardenne region has been the scene of many historical events. From the Romans to the reconciliation between France and Germany after the Second World War, there are many historical scenes to discover during your stay.
Discover the Aube by bike
Only 2 km from the Domaine de la Noue des Rois, via the municipal road, you have direct access to Crancey. At the start of the cycle route, you can go for a walk and enjoy a complete change of scenery, in complete freedom. The cycle route stretches for 42 km as you head up towards Troyes.
An amusement park located 1h15 from the Noue des Rois campsite. Website