Les Alicourts campsite is all that you’d expect from a campsite in the Loire region of France.
This beautiful parkland campsite comes with plenty of space, a lovely clean lake complete with it’s own sandy beach, a superb pool complex and a comprehensive range of fun activities for all the family.
Why we recommend booking Les Alicourts
On site lake and beach.
Great pool complex.
Wonderful countryside location.
Plenty of places to visit nearby.
Comprehensive range of activities on site.
The lake offers a variety of activities for visitors to try including fishing, canoeing, swimming, pedals and even rowing boats. The on site swimming pool complex however is great for those wishing to have fun boasting a great superb spa complex, 4 swimming pools and an assortment of slides.
We’ve already mentioned about Les Alicourts having a comprehensive range of activities on offer but we feel compelled to mention it again as there aren’t many campsites that offer you all the water based activities on the lake along with a huge range of sports activities and a 9 hole golf course, driving range and a gym.
If all of the above isn’t enough to keep you busy on holiday then don’t fret as there are plenty of places to visit nearby such as the many Chateaux that the Loire region is famous for. For some other ideas of where to go and what to see keep reading.
Les Alicourts Resort
- Opening dates: 05/05/2017 – 01/09/2017
- Campsite size: Medium
- Number of pitches: 510 pitches each around 80m2
- Children’s clubs: Canvas Holidays and on-site run children’s activities
- Nearest beach: N/A
- Nearest river: 50m
- Nearest lake: Direct Access
- Dogs allowed: Yes in certain accommodation types
- Zeebrugge: 485km
- Caen Ouistreham: 372km
- Calais: 490km
- Dieppe: 330km
- Le Havre: 334km
- Oostende: 450km
- St Malo: 423km
- Roscoff: 587km
- Santander: 854km
- Bilbao: 756km
Four swimming pools with slides and chutes, sauna, jacuzzi, spa, canoeing, fishing, rowing boats, pedalos, skateboarding, football, volleyball, gym, table tennis, basketball, cycle hire, 9 hole golf course, mini golf, driving range, boules and two playgrounds.
Please note that some activities may be chargeable.
WiFi, restaurant, take away, bar, family disco, children’s disco, boutique, animation team, games room, tv room, washers, dryers, baby changing facilities and baby baths.
Booking Les Alicourts Resort Campsite…
Booking Les Alicourts is quick and easy with Go Camp France.
The campsite can be booked through a number of our featured companies including Eurocamp, Brittany Ferries and Al Fresco Holidays. You can find out more about each of the companies by clicking on the relevant link above or if you’d like to find out what each company can offer you for Les Alicourts then please use the relevant button below.
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Days out and sightseeing
Whilst staying at Les Alicourts campsite why not find out what the local area has to offer. Exploring nearby towns and places of interest is a great way of making the most of your holiday in France.
Read on to find out more about some of the great things you can enjoy nearby!
Chateau de Chambord
The Chateau de Chambord is located near to Blois 64km to the west of Les Alicourts campsite. Construction on this magnificent Chateau began in 1519 and was ordered by Francois I the King of France. The Chateau was constructed as the kings hunting lodge nevertheless it is the most extravagant and the largest of the Loire Chateaux.
The royal hunting forest and grounds of the Chateau are surrounded by a wall that is 32km in length. The forest itself stands at approximately 5440 hectares in size, is the largest enclosed park in Europe and is equivalent in size to the city of Paris.
The Chateau boasts an extraordinary number of rooms, each filled with a variety of antiques and works of art. There are a variety of shows and exhibitions that occur at the Chateau and we’re sure that you’ll find plenty to keep you busy during your visit.
Chateau de Chaumont
The Chateau de Chaumont was constructed originally in the 10th Century on top of a hill overlooking the Loire to protect the borders between Blois and Anjou. Located approximately 89km to the west of Les Alicourts campsite, the Chateau was burned to the ground in the 15th Century by King Louis XI and subsequently rebuilt and retains much of it’s Renaissance style to this day. There are many rooms within the Chateau which show how grand these building were in their heyday with a variety of antiques and artwork. Views from the Chateau over the grounds are also spectacular.
The Chateau and it’s grounds provide ample to see and do on a day out but anyone who is interested in contemporary art will find a huge variety of exhibitions and works of art dotted around the Chateau, stables and gardens.
The Adventure Park is located at Nancy which is around 28km to the south of Les Alicourts campsite. The Adventure Park is a brilliant tree top adventure course and paintball arena which is great for most members of the family. There are a variety of different tree courses which are suitable for a range of abilities and for those above 1.44m high with arms raised or the age of 6. Climb up rope ladders, swing through the trees and speed down the zip line the choice is yours. As well as the tree course there’s a paintball arena for slightly older children and adults and a playground for younger children.
Orleans is the principal city in the Loire region and due to it’s location has been of strategic importance since Gallic times when it was know as Cenabum. Located 49km to the north of Les Alicourts campsite, Orleans is filled with French history and culture. Joan of Arc is known as the Maid of Orleans or (La Pucelle d’Orleans) after she halted it’s siege in 1429 and New Orleans in America is named after the city.
Orleans itself has many sightseeing opportunities including the Sainte Croix Cathedral, the Gallo Roman wall on the northern side of the cathedral which dates back to the 4th century AD, a reconstruction of the house that Joan of Arc stayed in and the Musee des Beaux Arts d’Orleans which holds art works from the 15th to 20th Century but to name a few.
Wherever you decide to explore whilst camping at Les Alicourts campsite we hope you have a wonderful time. To get directions to any of the places mentioned above download and use our Free camping in France app!