Camping holidays in Tours
Are you looking for a campsite to use as a base for discovering Touraine, either in Tours or the surrounding area? Explore the castles of the Loire and the Chinonais. Book your mobile home or camping pitch at a lively and family-friendly campsite, complete with all the leisure facilities you need and a beautiful swimming pool!
Flower Campings welcomes you to our campsites near Tours, ideally located in the Loire Valley, close to royal castles and world-renowned vineyards. The nearest campsite is the 3-star Les Granges campsite in Luynes, which has a beautiful aquatic zone with a heated swimming pool. It is ideal for relaxing at your campsite with family or friends after returning from exciting hiking excursions, sightseeing trips and gastronomic adventures around the area. The Ile d'Offard campsite and the Loire et Châteaux campsite are also nearby, just 1 hour and 35 minutes from Tours.
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Pays de la Loire - Saumur
Come and explore the beautiful Loire Valley from our campsite in its stunning location on the banks of the River Loire.
From 28/09/2024 to 05/10/2024
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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 best things to see and do in Tours
Once an ancient Gallo-Roman city, Tours is now the capital of the Loire Valley. On the banks of the Loire and the Cher, a holiday here offers an ideal mix of culture and nature: visit the famous Loire castles, the rolling vineyards and the wild river landscapes.
If you're staying at a campsite in or near Tours, your trip simply must include a walk through the medieval heart of the city. Start at the famous Place Plumereau, with its delightful half-timbered houses. Here, you can admire the basilica of Saint-Martin, the Grand Theatre and the Saint-Gatien Cathedral. Stop on the Rue Nationale, famous for its chic boutiques, and pay a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts. In its park is a magnificent cedar tree, as well as a rather quirky sight of a stuffed elephant named Fritz, which are both extremely popular among Touraine residents.
On the Loire side, why not soak up the atmosphere of a summer guinguette or take a romantic cruise down the river on a traditional flat-bottomed boat? The Boutavant company even offers sunset cruises, complete with an aperitif and a chance to taste local Touraine products. Among the unmissable delicacies in Tours are rillettes, rillons, Sainte-Maure cheese and tapé pears. However, above all else is the delectable nougat with candied fruit.
Spend your days going sightseeing, exploring or shopping before heading back to relax at your campsite in Tours. Stretch out and chill on the terrace of your mobile home, or take a refreshing dip in the swimming pool.
Sightseeing around Tours
On the Loire, Tours is a perfect destination for discovering the other treasures of the Touraine region, which includes the medieval cities of Chinon and Loches. A little deeper into the Loire is the town of Amboise, a must-see destination known for its royal Renaissance château that was once the home and royal residence of Francis I. You can also visit the fascinating Clos Lucé, the last home of Leonardo da Vinci: in this town, these sites of international renown attract visitors from far and wide year after year.
During your camping holiday in Tours, be sure to visit some of the most beautiful villages in Touraine: Montrésor and its Renaissance castle, Candes-Saint-Martin and its narrow cobbled lanes beside the Loire, as well as Crissay-sur-Manse and its beautiful bucolic scenery. All three are listed among the Most Beautiful Villages in France. Other must-see destinations in this region include Villaines-les-Rochers, a centre famous for basket-weaving; Richelieu, the Cardinal's historic town; and the listed abbey city of Beaulieu-Lès-Loches.
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