Petit parking sur le bord de l'eau, sur le parcours de La Loire à vélo. Super calme la nuit. Le matin on entend passer les cyclistes derrière une petite haie.
Small parking lot on the water's edge, on the Loire by bike route. Super quiet at night. In the morning we hear the cyclists pass behind a small hedge.
Kleiner Parkplatz am Wasser, an der Loire mit dem Fahrradweg. Nachts super ruhig. Am Morgen hören wir die Radfahrer hinter einer kleinen Hecke vorbeifahren.
Pequeño aparcamiento a orillas del agua, en el Loira en bicicleta. Super silencioso por la noche. Por la mañana escuchamos a los ciclistas pasar detrás de un pequeño seto.
In the Loire Valley, just a stone’s throw from the town centre of Angers, the Camping d’Angers – Lac de Maine**** campsite boasts an exceptional location in the heart of a 120-hectare park. Explore the castles, cycle paths, renowned wine estates and the region’s traditional heritage… A heated swimming pool, a cosy central lodge, a renovated washroom - cityKamp Angers has had a total makeover. Enjoy the brand- new facilities!
At the crossroads of Brittany and Pays de la Loire, Châteaubriant is an attractive and dynamic town steeped in history. The area is set up in the heart of the Choisel site, in a green, bucolic and friendly environment, conducive to relaxation and escape and offering gentle paths around several ponds. You will find all the services to make your stay more pleasant!
Perfectly nestled overlooking the longest river in France and on the edge of a nature park, the Huttopia Saumur campsite guarantees an authentic holiday experience between the Loire river and the local vineyards, with the opportunity of discovering the many treasures on offer in the Maine-et-Loire. On the campsite itself, two swimming pools, a friendly Central Lodge and stunning terrace are ideal for moments of relaxation before venturing off to visit the Loire Valley, which is a Unesco World Heritage Site thanks to the quality of its architectural heritage, monuments and nature sites. Vineyards, gardens, stonework and the river… the four elements which have shaped the history of this unique global landscape.