Domaine Naturiste la Petite Brenne
France, Val de Loire, Indre, Luzeret
- 02 54 25 05 78
- Open (touring pitches):
- 24 April - 30 September.
Alan Rogers Review
La Petite Brenne is a spacious, family owned naturist site in the Parc Naturel Régional de Brenne. There is ample room for 150 families and you are free to choose one of the many places in and around the edges of the small fields. The pitches are grassy and flat and all have access to electricity (10A, long leads required on some) and water. Cars are not allowed on the pitches, except for the overnight area, whilst there is a designated, part-surfaced area for motorcaravans. Large floral hedges surround the site, which is decorated with mosaic sculptures. At its heart is the courtyard with terraces, bar, snack bar, pizzeria and restaurant.
Twice a week a French guide organises a hike around the camp explaining the flora and fauna. A stream meanders across the site and there is a small lake with a sandy beach and fountains. Fishing, mainly carp, is free but the fish must be released. There are three marked naturist hiking trails, the longest taking about one hour. In July and August, there is a full programme of entertainment and activities for the 500 people - mainly families - who stay here.
Six very clean, modern toilet blocks with facilities for babies and disabled campers. Small shop selling fresh bread. Bar, snack bar, restaurant. Outdoor and indoor heated swimming pools, paddling pool, sauna. Recreation room and library. Sports area. Outdoor fitness area. Play area. Extensive activity and entertainment programme for all the family. Dogs are not accepted. WiFi throughout (charged).
- Bar on Site
- Fishing on Site
- Childrens Play Area
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Riding on Site
- Shop on Site
- Takeaway Food
- TV on Site
- Wifi (all site)
- Wifi Chargeable
Leave A20 south of Châteauroux at exit 18 Argenton-sur-Creuse onto D55 west signed Prissac for 6 km. Turn south onto D55A for 3km. Turn right, campsite shortly on left.