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A few kilometres from the castles of the Loire, the Loir Valley weaves arounds hillsides dotted with caves and troglodyte dwellings. Known for its vineyards (Jasnières, coteaux du Loir), the Loir Valley also boasts La Flèche zoo, hiking trails, the Green path to Baugé, La Flèche and Le Lude, among other sites of interest. You will be enchanted by the delicious local cuisine, charming villages and delightful forests of the Loir Valley.

Enjoy your stay !


This "Delightful Little Village" with a population of 1700, is a picturesque spot on the river bank. You will fall in love with its shops and outdoor activity centre. The quality of life in the village is excellent and you can fish on the banks of the Loir et the Aulune tributary here.

La Flèche Zoo

The La Flèche Zoo was the first private zoo to open in France, in 1946. Nearly a century later, the zoo is still celebrated and is one of the top 5 most visited French zoos.
Every day, the team brings the zoo to life, making it a fun a welcoming space, who’s residents are constantly changing. The zoos four keys missions define this commitment: education of the public, entertainment with innovative performances that respect the animals, conservation of different species and in situ and ex situ research.

24H of le Mans

Created in 1923, it is one of the most prestigious races is the world, alongside The Monaco Grand Prix and the Indianapolis 500. The challenge has made up part of the Endurance world championship Since 2012.
The 24H of Le Mans circuit is a car race that lasts 24 hours and takes place south of the city Le Mans during the month of June.


Nestled in the Sarthe region, halfway between Tours and Le Mans on the border of the Anjou region, the Lude castle and gardens are an important stop on a tour of the Unesco world heritage sites that are the main Loire castles. Lude castle is one of the rare major castles to still be inhabited. The same family have taken great care of it for 260 years. The park and gardens cover almost 15 acres.
Since 2000, the owners have hosted many events, like the gardeners’ party, during which the P.J. Redouté literary prize is awarded. The gardens of Lude Castle have been declared "remarkable" by the Culture Minister.


The Chabotière campsite is located in Luché-Pringé, a certified charming village of the Sarthe region. The village is home to many independent shops: a bakery, a butcher’s, a convenience shop’s, a hairdresser’s, etc., which allow campers to have a pleasant holiday.
You can discover many historic monuments during your stay and succumb to the charms of the region as you stroll around and along the Loir river.