A five-star destination located in the lovely Loire Valley, 5* Campsite La Grande Tortue offers outdoor holidays for families, and the chance to explore the nearby towns of Tours and Orléans. As the resort is set in the peaceful ambiance of a flower-filled woodland site, campers can feel at one with the beautiful nature of the Loir-et-Cher department of Pays de la Loire.
Holidaymakers will be welcomed with open arms when they check in at reception, and after settling into their accommodation can discover the excellent facilities and amenities of the site. The swimming pool complex will become a favourite place for campers of all ages, and features a covered and heated pool, paddling pools, a splash playground and water slides.
The recreational facilities and entertainment for kids has been well thought out. Young holidaymakers can swing by the play park that boasts a rope-climbing frame, zip line, trampolines, swings and a multi-sports field, or enrol in the high season mini club that hosts children's cooking classes, fashion shows and creative workshops. Nearby the campsite, a range of family activities are waiting and include canoeing on the Loire River, horse riding near Blois and donkey hiking.
Breakfast, lunch and dinners are served up in the onsite restaurant, which also offers a popular takeaway option for campers who like to eat by the pool, in their accommodation or while enjoying a day out. The terrace at the restaurant provides a pleasant place to socialise with a cocktail, ice cream or dessert. Other services onsite include a mini market, snack bar and souvenir shop, as well as bicycle rental and free Wi-Fi.
As you’ll be immersed in beautiful natural surroundings, it’s easy to enjoy a private and peaceful stay while camping at La Grande Tortue. Our range of modern mobile homes provide good facilities, spacious living areas and optimal comfort, while the emplacements offer a calming atmosphere.
The location of La Grande Tortue is brilliant if you want to explore the most famous and majestic castles and chateaux of the Loire Valley. Located around 30km from the site, Château de Chenonceau features old master paintings, stunning tapestries and blissful gardens. Another iconic building of historical signifance is Château de Chambord, a brilliant example of French Renaissance architecture.
A few notable towns are within reach of the campsite such as Blois with its lovely, cobbled streets and Tours, a beautiful town with a medieval quarter featuring attractions including a Beaux-Arts museum and Saint-Gatien cathedral. In Orleans, holidaymakers can visit the famous and fascinating Museum of the history of Joan of Arc.
From 08/04/2023 To 10/09/2023
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