Fessenheim motorhome aire

Fessenheim motorhome aire
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  • Access for larger motorhomes
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Fessenheim motorhome aire is located in the village of Fessenheim. Fessenheim is famous for being home to the oldest nuclear power station in France!

Fessenheim motorhome aire

The Flot Bleu machine

The aire stands just off the main road, within a few minutes walk of a Super U supermarket. There is a Flot Bleu machine for fresh water – the token for this can be purchased at the supermarket. No charge is payable for using the aire, other than for the token if required.

There are ten spaces at the Fessenheim motorhome aire but there is a lot of “spare” land nearby that some motorhomers made use of.

Some motorhomers made use of this spare land adjacent to the aire.

Some motorhomers made use of this spare land adjacent to the aire.

At around 5:30 pm, a mobile pizzeria rolled up – this caused a fair bit of noise due to a generator being used.

The area is a cyclists’ paradise, with some very straight and flat cycling routes. Many of these looked like a disused railway line. From Fessenheim, we made our way into Switzerland and crossed the border at Lorrach – this was a lot quieter with much less traffic than the border point at Basel.

Location of Fessenheim motorhome aire

This link, albeit in French, will give you a little information about the town and the aire. Details of this aire are available in the Camperstop book.

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