Camping Trogues

Set on the meandering flow of the River Vienne in the Indre-et-Loire department of the Pays de la Loire region, the small but scenic village of Trogues is a perfect place in which to enjoy a peaceful camping holiday. Enjoy the picturesque landscapes around Trogues, where a variety of outdoor activities take place, as well as cultural highlights within the village itself.

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Le Parc des Allais
On the banks of the river Vienne
Family camping
heated pool
Large animation program
£254From: £206
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
21 accommodation types available
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Camping holidays in Trogues

The nearby river has, over centuries, saturated the landscapes around Trogues, meaning the village occupies an abundantly green and natural space within rural France. The countryside promotes tranquil and slow-paced holidays in the heart of nature, while the cultural heritage in the town means you can experience the history and traditions of the wider region.

What are our best campsites in Trogues?

A welcoming resort that is ideal for family-friendly holidays, our most popular campsite in Trogues is Le Parc des Allais. The location of the campsite, on the banks of the River Vienne, will strike a cord with holidaymakers looking for serene and scenic stays, with the chance to enjoy a variety of outdoor recreation.

There are plenty of reasons to book a stay at Le Parc des Allais, including a fabulous swimming complex that comprises of an indoor pool, outdoor pool, paddling pool, spacious sun terrace and water slides. Children will enjoy their stay at the resort, due in no small part to the site’s vibrant kid’s club and selection of sporting activities.

To ensure guests have a comfortable and convenient stay, the campsite comes equipped with numerous facilities and services such as a restaurant, pizzeria, mini market, bar, creperie, bread delivery service, bike hire and much more. Spacious and well-decorated mobile homes are available to book, as well as more rustic options such as Bungalow Tents which offer a more authentic camping experience.

What are the best things to do while camping in Trogues?

Trogues is a destination that offers visitors the chance to enjoy a wide variety of activities, whether participating in outdoor recreation or visiting cultural and historical attractions. There’s even the possibility to do very little, especially for campers who love to relax with a spot of river fishing. More active holidaymakers can enjoy the river too, on a walking or cycling trip that follows the meandering bends of the Vienne.

One of the best places to enjoy the charming countryside of the department is the Loire-Anjou-Touraine Regional Nature Park. Blessed with an abundance of flora and fauna, the park is an area of unspoiled natural beauty where day trippers can enjoy hiking, walking and cycling. The park is located northwest of Trogues, where day trippers will also find the scenic town of Saumur.

As the town is situated in the famed Loire Valley of central France, a stay in Trogues presents holidaymakers with the question… what castle should I visit? There are so many options, so you can take your pick from the architectural wonders of Chateau du Rivau, Chateau d'Azay-le-Rideau, Chateau de Chinon, Chateau d'Ussé, Chateau de Langeais and Chateau de Villandry.

These captivating castles are a great place to learn more about the history of the region, while the local villages around Trogues are best for soaking up the culture. The most visited hamlet, towns and villages include Crissay-sur-Manse, Tavant, Azay-le-Rideau, Chinon, Langeais and Chatellerault.