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Sarthe Campsite

Are you looking for a destination that combines exceptional natural areas, sports trails and cultural heritage? Le French Time has what you need! By opting for a camping holiday in the Sarthe, you are sure to please everyone, from explorers in short trousers to outdoor sports enthusiasts.

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From 29 May - 05 Jun

Camping in the Pays de la Loire: discover the landmarks of Sarthe

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Did you know? Sarthe is home to no less than 280 sites of tourist interest. Between visits to châteaux and museums, walks in landscaped gardens and stops at abbeys or cathedrals, there is plenty to do during your camping holiday in the Pays de la Loire. Among the most symbolic of these sites are the Château du Lude, on the approach roads to Anjou, the historic centre of La Ferté Bernard and the Manoir de la Cour. Have you chosen a campsite near Le Mans? You can visit the Plantagenet city and the Saint-Julien Cathedral!

From the 24 Hours of Le Mans race to the hiking trails in Sarthe, a 100% sports holiday

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Do you always associate holidays with physical exertion? Sarthe will become your next playground... Your campsite near the Loire Valley châteaux allows you to learn or improve in a large number of sports. You can rent kayaks, canoes and paddle boards at the La Suze, La Monnerie or La Gèmerie water sports centres. Do you prefer to gain some height? Go to the Tepacap Park for a tree-top adventure. Lovers of nature walks can opt for a hike, horseback ride or bike ride on the trails in Sarthe. Are you a motorsports fan? Receive a warm welcome at the 24 Hours of Le Mans Museum!

 

Gourmet stop-offs in Sarthe

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There's no denying that visiting monuments and outdoor sports will work up an appetite... Fortunately, you can count on Sarthe specialities to recharge your batteries and treat yourself with family or friends. Starting with the famous 'rillettes du Mans', made in the region since the Middle Ages, or the famous 'marmite sarthoise', made from chicken, rabbit and simmered vegetables. To finish your meal on a sweet note, bite into the Sablé-sur-Sarthe shortbread, a simple but devilishly tasty recipe.

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