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Camping in Val de Loire

66 campsites in France, Val de Loire

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The Château des Marais campsite is a good base for visiting the château at Chambord and the other châteaux in the Vallée des Rois. The...

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This former municipal site has been refurbished to a high standard and is operated by the owner/manager. There are 60 touring pitches, all with 10A...

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Castel Camping Parc de Fierbois has a wide variety of accommodation to rent if you're not bringing your own caravan or tent. There's a range...

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A secluded holiday village set in the heart of the forest, with many sporting facilities and a super spa centre, Camping les Alicourts Resort is...

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In the region that the Kings of France chose to build their most beautiful residences, this pleasant, shaded site has been developed in the surroundings...

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A pleasant, well maintained site, la Citadelle’s best feature is probably that it is within walking distance of Loches, noted for its perfect architecture and...

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Southwest of the city of Tours, this site is within easy reach of several of the Loire châteaux, notably Azay-le-Rideau. There are also many varied...

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The site is situated on the banks of the Loire, just a few miles from the A77 motorway and as such is well placed as...

Slow the pace of life with a stay at Camping Étang de la Vallée, a nature-filled site on the banks of a Loiret lake in...

The Ferme Pédagogique de Prunay offers camping holidays in an authentic farm setting, its large pitches will allow you to recharge your batteries in the...

Les Etangs is a site of just over 100 pitches, close to the Sancerre vineyards and the lakes of the Sologne. A member of the...

This open, attractive, well cared for site lies on a bank of the Loire with views of the town of Gien and its château. It...

Two hours from Paris, on the left bank of the Loire river, between Burgundy and Berry, Camping de l'île borders the flowery town of Cosne-Sur-Loire...

Camping Les Chambons is located on the banks of the Creuse in the vilage of Argenton-sur-Creuse with easy access to to the Brenne national park...

At the edge of the Indre region, on the banks of the river of the same name, lies Camping Le Val Vert en Berry. This...

Les Acacias is a small simple site, named after the surrounding acacia trees. In a rural location, the site is within easy reach of the...

Huttopia Rillé is a rural site ideal for tent campers seeking a more natural, environmentally friendly, peaceful campsite close to a lake. Cars are parked...

Set up for a stay at Camping de Bourges and you’ll be within easy reach (walking or cycling) of heaps of attractions and useful...

Between Blois and Amboise, quietly situated among vineyards away from the main roads and towns, this site is nevertheless centrally placed for visits to the...

Camping le Moulin Fort is a tranquil, riverside site with British owners, John and Sarah Scarratt. The 130 pitches are enhanced by trees and shrubs...

Val de Loire

With over one hundred of France’s finest châteaux, this is a region to inspire the imagination. The Loire valley is a charming region of lush countryside, fields of sunflowers, rolling vineyards and of course the great river itself.

For centuries the Loire Valley was frequented by French royalty and the great river winds its way past some of the country’s most magnificent châteaux: Amboise, Azay-le-Rideau, Chenonceau, with its famous arches that span the river and appear to ‘float’ on the water, and the fairytale Ussé with myriad magical turrets are just some of the highlights. Known as the Garden of France, the Loire’s mild climate and fertile landscape of soft green valleys and fields of flowers makes it a favourite with visitors.

Loire is renowned for its wines - there are hundreds to choose from and all are produced from vineyards stretching along the main course of the river. Tastings can be arranged at the wineries, or the local produce simply enjoyed with a regional dish in the lazy evening sunshine. Take a break from the ostentation of the châteaux by visiting the Loire's troglodyte caves, tiny Romanesque churches and picturesque villages, or by taking a trip to Blois and Tours, elegant cities with fine architecture and museums. Paris itself is only one hour by TGV.