Arada Parc, situated between the valleys of the Loire and the Loir rivers, offers you a friendly welcome in verdant, friendly and comfortable surroundings. It is a 4 star campsite in Indre-et-Loire.
What makes it special?
A calm, landscaped site bedecked with flowers.
July-August : Special soirées and themebased meals + pétanque and table tennis tournaments.
Members of Camping Qualité.
Entertainment for kids
The camp site has its own playing area, mini-golf, ping-pong table, cycle hire, paddling pool, billiard table and table football.
On the track of l’enfant Roy : 53 sites (castles, museums, etc.) offer games of discovery specially designed for children aged 7 to 12.
Leisure park: go-karts, quads, zoos, aquarium, etc.
Welcome to the favourite lands of the Kings of France, lands of peace and harmony. Here everything is royal and fit for a king. The welcome, of course, but also the landscapes. They are sumptuous, crossed by the nonchalant, majestic Loire, a river that knows how to take its time. On its way to the ocean, it curves around cities, villages and châteaux.
The Valley of the Loire is a wonderful region to stay in! The beauty and variety of the countryside will take your breath away.
So many pathways to take you through forests and meadows, vineyards and orchards, alongside lakes and rivers and see the wildlife and flora.
You’ll understand why it is so often called the 'Garden of France'. Coming round a bend you’ll hardly be surprised to see the shape of a small castle or famous château rise up. The region is steeped in history. And when it comes to food there is so much to choose from with local foods, wines and cheeses either straight from the local producers or on the marketplace. Gargantuan !
There are plenty of pathways and cycling tracks to give you a direct view of the banks of the Loire, hidden places of interest and landscapes of great beauty.
The city of Tours: The great 19th century novelist Balzac wrote 'this town is cheerful, loving, fresh, flowered, perfumed, better than all other towns in the world…'
There are some splendid villages to see in the Loir valley as with Trôo, an outstanding troglodyte village with an unrivalled view of the Loir Valley, and Poncé sur Loir, a small, town full of character and great for strolls.
There is also the Touraine Val de Loire wine trail, wending its way through vines and cellars amidst gentle and verdant countryside.
A son et lumière unique in Touraine:
the Scénoféérie de Semblançay just 4 miles away open July-August.
The cheese fair of Neuillé Pont Pierre in May.
Evening walks in summer.
The le Mans 24 Hour rally in June.
Nearby: two 18-hole golf courses, arts and crafts and cycling trips around the Loire.
Gastronomy: Touraine was where. Rabelais described his characters’ orgiastic feasts: Rillettes on sliced bread and salad of rillons, Géline de Touraine chicken with mushrooms, Sainte-Maure de Touraine goats’ milk cheese, Tarte
tatin apple pie.
All washed down with a fine Val de Loire wine.
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