On the banks of the Moselle river, at the foot of the medieval village of Liverdun, this grassy site offers 211 level pitches, 187 for touring, all with electricity (6A/10A). A variety of trees, planted in rows, provide some shade and gives the appearance of an orchard. A gate leads out onto the quiet road running along the grassy, tree-lined bank of the river, which offers opportunities for walking, cycling, fishing and various boating activities. The hill-top village of Liverdun (with a tourism office) is within walking distance and provides a few snacks/restaurants and a baker. This site is mostly used as a stopover, although the swimming pool and opportunities for fishing, cycling and walking may attract visitors for longer.
The busy city of Nancy is easily reached by train or by car. Nancy is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, at the heart of which is the impressive Place Stanislas; the Art Nouveau movement flourished here and a number of museums record this period. Other outings could include historic Toul, the ancient city of Metz (2000 years old), and Verdun, now home of the World Centre for Peace. In contrast, the nearby forest of La Haye provides opportunities for relaxation and exploration on foot, by bicycle or by boat.