What to expect from our campsites In Loir-et-Cher
Upon arriving at one of our top campsites in Loir-et-Cher, you will receive a warm welcome from friendly and approachable resort staff. Always on hand to answer your questions about the campsite and local area, the staff will help you check in smoothly before directing you to your lodgings.
After quickly unpacking and getting a feel for your accommodation, you can venture into the heart of the site where all the great facilities and amenities await. Start your holiday off with a dip in the pool or a few games of sports. Kids will love discovering the fantastic range of recreational activities and facilities on offer to them, including Mini Clubs, Playgrounds and Games Rooms.
You can expect, in most cases, an onsite restaurant where you can enjoy family meals together, as well as mini markets and/or supermarkets with produce for cooking in your accommodation.
Things to do when camping in Loir-et-Cher
If you decide to take a camping holiday in Loir-et-Cher, you will benefit from staying in a French department that has so much to do, whether that’s outdoor adventures in the countryside or cultural trips to lovely châteaux and historic hamlets.
Sprouting elegantly from the land, the department’s châteaux provide holidaymakers with the opportunity to delve deep into the history and heritage of Loir-et-Cher. Captivating stories of days long gone by await you on insightful and interesting tours of the department’s palaces and castles.
The extensive Renaissance palace of Château de Chambord is one such château that promises enchantment, and the gorgeous woodland trails around the grounds are the perfect place for reflection. With enviable gardens and well-preserved interiors, Château de Cheverny has a flamboyant aura while the Renaissance castle of Château de Chaumont boasts architectural brilliance and lovely woodland.
We’d recommend a visit to at least one châteaux during your time on Loir-et-Cher, whether that is one of the above or other stunning examples found at Château Royal de Blois, Château de Fougères-sur-Bièvre, Château de Villesavin and Château de Selles sur Cher.
Along with gorgeous palaces and castles, the countryside of the department boasts natural features that are perfect for a wide range of outdoor pursuits. In the Vallées de la Grand-Pierre et de Vitain Nature Reserve, visitors can enjoy scenic walks through lovely flora and fauna, while the gentle flow and meandering path of the Loire river is ideal for canoeing trips.
Young families will surely love a visit to the Beauval zoo to see the lions, hippos, giant pandas and many other animals. Couples might like to try the delicious wine of the region on a tour and tasting trip at Troglo Degusto, Caves Monmousseau, Domaine du Croc du Merle, Maison des Vins de Cheverny or Domaine du Vieil Orme.