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Indre-et-Loire Campsite

Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Loire Valley has many surprises in store for you during your camping holiday. From the Loire Valley châteaux to the heritage of the Loire-Anjou-Touraine regional nature park, via the Chinon treasures, set off without further ado to discover Indre-et-Loire...

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From 21 May - 28 May
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From 04 Jun - 11 Jun

Camping holidays in Indre-et-Loire, between city walks and nature excursions

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Are you planning a camping holiday in the Loire Valley (Centre region)? Now it's time to look for good ideas for discovering the Indre-et-Loire from every angle... Starting with the banks of the Loire and its tributaries, for a river cruise, a bike ride or a walk along the water. Also plan an excursion to the medieval cities of Loches and Chinon, or to Richelieu, the ideal 17th-century city. Another Indre-et-Loire treasure is the garden town of Chédigny or Hommes and its lake where you can take a refreshing dip...

Loire Valley châteaux route: a cultural tour not to be missed

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The department boasts more than 70 châteaux, the most famous of which, such as the Château of Chenonceau or the Château of Amboise, have contributed greatly to its reputation. Some are home to a wine estate, giving you the opportunity to combine gourmet pleasures with discovery of the region's heritage, while others have beautiful wooded grounds where you can stroll in the shade of the foliage... A visit to the historic centre of Tours also figures prominently among unmissable trips while staying in the region. Would you like to have an aperitif on a terrace in Place Plumereau?

 

Indre-et-Loire: a land of delicacies to discover with your family

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Your camping holiday near the Loire Valley châteaux is not only an opportunity to feast your eyes: in Indre-et-Loire, your taste buds are also in for a treat! Fans of charcuterie will enjoy bread spread with the PGI 'rillettes de Tours', a nice plate of 'andouillette au Vouvray' or 'rillons de Touraine'. Those with a sweet tooth and foodies in short trousers opt for a nice portion of nougat from Tours, a speciality of the Touraine region developed in the 15th century.

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