Experience the elegance of the Loire Valley
Our campsites of the Loire Valley in Centre Val de Loire make a great base for exploring this captivating region full of history and its wealth of historic monuments, vineyards and outdoor activities. So don’t delay! Book your holiday at one of our campsites near Tours, Saumur and Angers now and prepare to travel back in time.
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Le Jardin de Sully
Centre Val de Loire - Saint-Père-sur-Loire
With a superb location in the heart of Loiret, you'll enjoy easy access to the Loire's castles, riverside walks, bike rides.
From 25/03/2023 to 01/04/2023
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Centre Val de Loire - Luynes
Our green and peaceful campsite makes the ideal base for a tour of the Châteaux de la Loire.
From 15/04/2023 to 22/04/2023
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Loire et Chateaux
Centre Val de Loire - Brehemont
Ideally located in the heart of the Loire Valley, close to its famous castles, you will be 500 m from the old port of Bréhémont.
From 22/04/2023 to 29/04/2023
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The rich cultural and historical heritage of Centre–Val de Loire
It was here in the very heart of France, seduced by the serene elegance of the River Loire, that the French kings chose to build their most beautiful Renaissance chateaux. So pick a campsite in the Loire Valley in France, visit some of the many manor houses, halls and family seats and enjoy a little style on your camping holiday with family or friends.
A stay at one of our campsites in Centre–Val de Loire promises the chance to travel back in time and explore the region’s rich natural and historical heritage. Synonymous with the Loire Valley, the Châteaux of the Loire offer a rich and fascinating cultural tapestry which guides us through the key events in French history from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.
Immaculately husbanded and highly productive, this great garden valley is also home to some great wines which you can sample as you travel west from the gentle hills of Sancerre, across the plateaux of the Touraine and through the terraced vineyards of Chinon and Bourgueil to finish in Saumur. Explore Anjou and the Touraine on a camping holiday in the Loire Valley. Between them, these two historic regions boast more than a thousand fascinating forts and stately homes which, though less famous than the main châteaux of the Loire Valley, form an essential part of this historical landscape. 19 "must see" in total, each with its own exceptional and universal beauty including the splendours of Chambord and the watery beauty of Chenonceau, they run the length of the Loire Valley. Further back in time, the Middle Ages also left their mark in the shape of the great cathedrals of Chartres and Orléans and the winding mediaeval streets of Old Bourges.
Campsites along the Loire à Vélo cycle route
The Centre–Val de Loire region boasts a concentration of nature reserves and exceptional architectural monuments unparalleled elsewhere in France as well as wonderful countryside just waiting to be explored on foot or by bike.
Our campsites in Val de Loire are ideally placed for cyclists riding the Loire à Vélo, an 800 kilometre-long cycle path unique in France that passes through some of the jewels in France’s natural and architectural heritage crown. 13 circuits of between 10 and 43 kilometres, accessible from a number of our campsites in the Loire Valley, provide an ideal opportunity for young and old alike to explore the Valley of the Kings from Angers to the Briare Canal, the landscapes of the Sologne and the parks, gardens and – of course – the world-famous Châteaux of the Loire.
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