Full directions will be sent along with your confirmation.
For our UK anglers, the carp lakes are around a 5 hour drive from Calais, off of the A31 autoroute, just north of Dijon. If you plan a ferry crossing for around 7.a.m.....you will arrive here about the right time.
Your week starts at 13:00 hours French time (1.p.m)...on the Saturday.
For our mainland European guests...it depends on where your coming from!!///use the Michelin link below to plan your route.
Please note!....there is no point in showing up early...as you will not be able to enter until the specified time.
Full directions will be sent along with booking conformation.
For our U.K anglers the Carp lakes are 5 hour drive from Calais, off of the A31 autoroute, just north of Dijon. If you plan your channel crossing for around 7am..you will arrive here at about the right time.
Your week starts at 13.00 pm French time! on the Saturday.
For our mailand European guests...it depends where your coming from!!... Use the Michelin link below to plan your route.
Please take note!...There is no point in showing up here too early, as you will not be able to enter until the specified time.
Please use this link to "Michelin route planner" here you can calculate your journey time and costs, and the ferry and tunnel links to book your crossing....
Via Michelin Ferry crossings Channel tunnel
Some guests at the lakes, prefer to drive down the day before, and take a local hotel for the night. Hotel rooms can be reserved on your behalf, please call for details; 0033 380 23 35 39
Flights take just over 1 hr from London Stanstead to Lyon airport and are very reasonably priced. Air France and Easyjet both fly to this destination. Car hire is available from Holiday Autos. Lyon airport is around a 2 hour drive from the lakes.
The rail service is very good, and very well priced, but it will not save you much time compared to driving down yourself. Eurostar, run from London to Dijon, via Lille without changing trains, or via Paris, but with changes made via the Paris metro.
Dijon station is 20 minutes drive from the lakes.
The obvious problems of travelling down to fish the lakes via flights or train is that you would be limited on tackle you could bring!