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Camping de la Touche is an former farm complex in the south region of the Loire Valley, a small, friendly site sitting on 10 unspoilt acres with a small river and many mature trees. In its tranquil and peaceful setting it is easy to relax and soak up the charm of this beautiful and well-preserved ancient farm while enjoying birdwatching, fishing or just relaxing in the sun.
The campsite is ideally-located for sightseeing and as a stop-off on your journey south, easy to find and a beautiful, relaxing and quiet place to recharge your batteries. We can arrange your pet passport stamp if required.
Our campsite and its facilities are open all year. We have a prep room with washing machine and dryer, a chest freezer for your use and washing-up facilities. There is also a mini library if you wish to relax reading a book, free wifi and a barbecue area. You can also find a small playground for children. Toilets facilities are separate for ladies and gents and the hot showers are free.
The owners of this site are British, but a little French is spoken at the site.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Tourer storage facilities
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Small (11-25 pitches)
From Tours, take the D943 to Loches then take the D31 south. After leaving Ciran on the D31 take the third left (signposted to the campsite) and you will see the campsite shortly after on the left-hand side.
We are in easy reach of Ligueil (three kilometres) where you will find a post office, local bars, a bank, bakery, and a small supermarket which sells fuel. A little further afield is the medieval town of Loches (13km) with its many attractions, restaurants and bars and the popular open-air market twice a week.
You can go fishing or canoeing in the small river nearby, cycling and walking in the nature surrounding the campsite, or maybe on the grounds of the Château de Chenonceau, a remarkable garden only 24km away.
If you like history, you should visit at least one of the many and beautiful castles in the Loire Valley such as the Château de Chenonceau, one of the most stunning. It is a Renaissance-era château that stretches across the river Cher on piers. Chenonceau is one of the few castles that you can view without a guide.
The Château de Chambord, one the other hand, is one of the largest ones, with 440 rooms. It was commissioned as a hunting lodge by Francois I in 1519. Others which are worth a visit include: the Château de Chaumont, Château d'Amboise, Château de Villandry, Château de Beauregard, Château de Cheverny and the Château d'Ussé (which Sleeping Beauty's castle was modelled on).