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88 campsites in France, Pays de la Loire

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Owned and managed by the Barré family, this campsite is pleasant, peaceful and immaculate. It will suit those who want to enjoy the local coast...

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Le Moulin de l’Eclis is an attractive, rural site with direct access to a safe sandy beach. There are 183 pitches of which around half...

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Sunêlia Le Fief welcomes all campers on large pitches of 100 m², partly shaded and bordered by lush, established vegetation, and would particularly suit if...

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La Falaise is a simple site enjoying direct access to a wide sandy beach. There are 150 pitches of which 63 are available to touring...

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This extensive site is located near the massive forest of Bercé in the Vallée du Loir and is on the shore of the lake from...

This is a delightful little municipal site on the River Loir, just a few steps from the main square of an interesting village classed as...

L’Hermitage is a pretty, wooded site set in the Vallée du Don and would be useful for en-route stops or for longer stays. The enthusiastic...

Nantes Camping is a modern, well equipped site with several types of pitch and different types of accommodation to rent. It lies within the city...

The Lac de Maine campsite is situated in the heart of the Anjou region. Most of the 143 level touring pitches are part grass and...

Close to the centre of La Baule and its beautiful bay, and just over three kilometres from the beach, this five-hectare site is popular with...

An exceptionally well cared for and attractive lakeside site with landscaped entrance and gardens. Each of the 40 touring pitches has tall mature hedges giving...

An easy stroll from the sea and the fishing and yachting port of la Gravette, Flower Camping la Guichardière is situated in the Loire-Atlantique between...

This is a lively site with plenty of potential and some good features. There is a warm welcome from the Burban family, and their reception...

This is a very busy site as La Flèche lies at the junction of the Le Mans-Angers and Laval-Saumur roads. Set in quiet, park-like surroundings...

This is a pleasant little campsite whose only ‘frill’ is its swimming pool. Most of the year, it is dedicated solely to its 70 residential...

Le Grez, Sarthe is home to the Campsite Les Tournesols, a relatively small campsite with 50 touring pitches set under trees for well needed shade...

Les Portes de l’Anjou stretches alongside the River Loir, within walking distance of the small market town of Durtal, 30 km. north of Angers. There...

This is a well situated site overlooking the sea on the attractive Jade Coast west of Pornic. There are 70 touring pitches which are rather...

This is a very go-ahead municipal site in a forest, by a lake which is a popular venue for days out, since it has a...

The Saint Cast family developed Domaine de la Brèche with care and attention. The attractive site occupies a 24-hectare estate, 4 km. northeast of Saumur...

Pays de la Loire

The Pays de la Loire covers the area of Western France to the south of Brittany and Normandy. It lies along the lower stretches of the river Loire, the longest river in France, downstream from the châteaux of the Val de Loire region.

Pays de la Loire is one of the regions created in the late 20th century to serve as an administrative zone of influence for its capital, Nantes. Whilst the great Loire châteaux lie in the Val de Loire region, the Pays de la Loire is home to many great monuments, such as the castles of Angers, Laval and Mayenne and the Château des Ducs de Bretagne at Nantes, the Royal Fontevraud Abbey and the old city of Le Mans. It also contains many natural parks including the Brière and the Poitou marshes.

The region has become very popular with British visitors thanks to its proximity to the Channel ports. It includes 300 km of Atlantic coastline that offers long, sandy beaches and islands such as the Ile de Noirmoutier and the Ile d’Yeu, contrasting with the lush green countryside that the River Loire flows through. At the region’s heart lies Angers, the capital of the historic province of Anjou, home to the feudal warlords and the Plantagenet kings of England. To the southeast is the Vendée, a peaceful holiday area very popular with summer visitors.