At the heart of the Anjou vineyards, just a stone’s throw from the city of Angers, come and experience the joys of a luxury campsite with friends or family. Come for a well-deserved rest, on the shores of Brissac Lake or next to one of the two swimming pools.Discover
Welcome to Anjou! Tastings on the Loire Valley wine routes, visits to châteaux, strolls through the streets of Angers, Cholet or Saumur... There is no doubt that your camping holiday in Maine-et-Loire…
A tailor-made stay in the Pays de la Loire with Le French Time
The Anjou region boasts a number of charming villages and small towns of character to discover during your camping holiday in the Pays de la Loire. With family, friends or for a romantic break, wander through the narrow streets of Cornillé-les-Caves, Puy Notre-Dame, Montsoreau, or stop off at the troglodyte village of Turquant, nestled in the heart of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Then head for Béhuard, the only municipality located on an island in the Loire. Once arrived, the gentle atmosphere of Anjou is the order of the day, with a 'guinguette' (riverside cafe) atmosphere and walks along the water.
Swimming, cruises, hiking... Our ideas for nature holidays in Maine-et-Loire
Your camping holiday near Angers is also the perfect opportunity to get a breath of fresh air and enjoy nature. Do you dream of lounging on a beach, but think it's impossible in Anjou? Think again! The Loire is lined with small, pleasant beaches. The department also has several natural lakes and leisure centres where you can splash around and enjoy water sports with your family or friends. You can also hire a boat without a licence or take a cruise on the rivers of Maine-et-Loire. Or would you prefer to take to the skies in a hot air balloon?
The specialities of Anjou, a delight for the taste buds of foodies
After filling your sights with architecture and natural sites of great beauty, head for the Anjou restaurants, to make room for another pleasure for the senses... A gourmet region par excellence, Maine-et-Loire has a well-stocked menu of culinary specialities. With, to begin, 'rillauds d'Anjou', tasty pieces of confit pork, or fish from the Loire. Pike and pike-perch are cooked in butter, cream or sorrel, while eel goes straight into the frying pan. As for sweet treats, why not treat yourself to 'bottereaux' (little doughnuts), 'crêmet d'Anjou' or 'plum pâté'...