Loire

  • L’Etang de la Breche Campsite

    L’Etang de la Breche is a wonderfully spacious campsite with tons of space for children to explore and play in.

  • Le Parc de Fierbois Campsite

    Le Parc de Fierbois campsite is part of the “Castels” group of campsites and lies within 250 acres of woodland, which surrounds a lovely private chateau.

  • Le Chateau des Marais Campsite

    Le Chateau des Marais campsite benefits from a truly wonderful location in the wooded grounds of a lovely French manor house, featuring lots of activities and facilities.

  • Alicourts Campsite

    Alicourts campsite is a wonderfully spacious parkland campsite which comes complete with a lake, superb pool complex and a large variety of activities and facilities.

  • La Grande Tortue Campsite

    La Grande Tortue campsite is small, yet very pleasant and lies just a short distance from the beautiful village of Cande sur Beuvron in the Loire.

The Loire truly is one of the main reasons that we return to France year upon year. The campsites we feature at Go Camp France are in some of the most perfect locations to explore all the region has to offer.

From the beautiful chateaux lining the river banks to the masses of vineyards adorning the countryside. Visit the Loire next year to see why so many people return to this region year upon year.

Domaine de la Breche | Saumur

Domaine de la Breche is a wonderfully spacious campsite with tons of space for children to explore and play in. Direct access to the lake provides the perfect place to relax and enjoy a spot of fishing but if you fancy a more active holiday then you won’t be disappointed.

Find out more and book Domaine de la Breche campsite.

Les Alicourts | Pierrefitte sur Sauldre

Alicourts resort is a wonderfully spacious parkland campsite which comes complete with a lake, superb pool complex and a large variety of activities and facilities. The lake is clean and has a large sandy beach providing the perfect location for various water sports such as swimming, fishing, canoeing, rowing boats and even pedalos.

Find out more and book Les Alicourts campsite.

Le Parc de Fierbois | Tours

Le Parc de Fierbois is part of the “Castels” group of campsites and lies within 250 acres of woodland, which surrounds a lovely private château. The campsite is very spacious with plenty of space for children to play and have fun.

Find out more and book Le Parc de Fierbois campsite.

Le Chateau des Marais | Chambord

Le Chateau des Marais benefits from a truly wonderful location in the wooded grounds of a lovely French manor house and is packed full of all the activities and facilities you could wish for on your holiday.

Find out more and book Le Chateau des Marais campsite.

La Grande Tortue | Cande sur Beuvron

La Grande Tortue is a small yet pleasant campsite which lies just a short distance from the beautiful village of Candé sur Beuvron. Popular with families, the campsite boasts a far greater and more impressive array of facilities and activities than one would expect from its size.

Find out more and book La Grande Tortue campsite.

‘Pitch Only’ camping can be booked with Suncamp Holidays

Les Roulottes du Domaine de Dienne | Vienne

A small campsite with a choice of activities available. Ideal for: Couples, Infants, School Children.

Book your camping holiday in France with Canvas Holidays.

Explore the Loire on a camping holiday!

The region of the Loire Valley has to be one of the most spectacular regions for those seeking a little bit of culture and history, mixed in with the ability to enjoy all of the other things a camping holiday in France has to offer.

It is said that there are in excess of 100 fairy tale châteaux within the region, with the Château d’Usse reportedly being the inspiration for ‘Sleeping Beauty’.

The French have been holidaying in the area for many years with many of the original châteaux being built when the aristocracy of France left Paris during the Hundred Years War. For starters the château at Amboise was one of the many homes of François I, and was also once home to Charles VIII.

In the chapel at the château you will also find the place that Leonardo da Vinci’s body was buried due to him living at Clos Luce. Another château in the region, is Chateau de Blois, which has been home to Louis XII, François I and Catherine de Medici but to name a few.

If you are looking for a beach holiday then you will not be disappointed. The region is not far away from the region of the Vendee, with its Atlantic coastline and many of the campsites within the area feature river or lake beaches.

Like other regions in France the Loire has many vineyards scattered around the countryside making it a popular area for wine tasters and wine tours to visit. With great names like Sancerre and Muscadet being available it not hard to see why.

There truly is something for everyone within the Loire Valley, from single travellers to families, so why not take your pick from one of the fabulous campsites listed.

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