Camping Les Alicourts Resort, Loire Valley
From Al Fresco Holidays
The site opens early May until early September
Nearest ferry ports: Caen 234 miles, Calais 304 miles, Cherbourg 307 miles, Roscoff 358 miles
Nearest airports: Tours 68 miles, Beauvais 160 miles
Camping les Alicourts is a 5* resort near a lake close to the town of Pierrefitte in the Loire Valley, and is open from early May to early September
Les Alicourts has it's own lake, complete with a sandy beach, and is located in a lovely peaceful forest the park it is also perfect for cycling and hiking. The Park has plenty of facilities for sports, swimming and relaxing fun.
Please note: Activities with an * attract a local charge
Water based activities at Camping les AlicourtsChildren's waterslide (maximum age 10 years)
New Indoor spa pool* and children's paddling pool with separate massage*
Sauna and fitness centre,
Water Slide, Paddling Pool, Wave Pool, Pool Complex, Covered Pool, Indoor Pool
Sports activities on the Park
Football, 9 hole golf course*, Fishing (own equipment required), Fully equipped gym, Pedalo Hire - local charge applies, Volleyball, Tennis - local charge applies*
Gym, Learn to cook local dishes (Jul/Aug), Lake with sandy beach
Bike Hire, Communal TV Area, Games Room
Cabaret Shows, Disco, Quizzes,
Food and Facilities
Bar with satellite TV, Book hire*, Evening entertainment, Games Room, Charcoal Barbeque included with all Al Fresco Mobile Homes, Bar, Restaurant, Take-away, Shops, Newsagent
Additional facilities and services
Launderette - local charge applies, Tumble Dryer - local charge applies, Wi-Fi - local charge applies*
Children's Clubs and Facilities
Parc run Kids Club (4-12 years) in all new children's paradise
Children's go-karting - local charge applies
New circus tricks classes (Jul/Aug)
New creche for 0-3's
Places you may wish to visit during your stay at Camping les Alicourts
Pierrefitte 4 miles
Paris is only 2 hours by train
The Sologne Region - Romorantin has a fantastic museum that will help visitors to discover the region. It is spread over 3 buildings; Chapitre Mill, City Mill and the Jaquemart Tower...
La Ferte St Aubin, 22 miles - This small town in the Sologne is most famous for its wonderful château. It’s widely considered to be the best in the region due to its wonderful 17th century renaissance décor and exquisite gardens...
Orleans, 33 miles - Orleans owes much of its fame to Joan of Arc and many of the town’s main attractions have strong links to her. The “Maiden of Orleans” freed the city from the English in 1429 and in the “Musée de Jeanne d’Arc” visitors can learn the full story and history of this unique woman’s life...
Chambord, 43 miles - The Château de Chambord dominates the small village of Chambord. It is the largest château in the Loire and lies in front of the River Cosson, a tributary to the River Loire...
Parc de Beauval, 50 miles - This immense zoological park is regarded as one of the best in France, and with its rare species breeding programme is well respected throughout the world...
Château at Cheverny, 58 miles - The wonderful Château at Cheverny has belonged to the same family for 6 centuries and they still reside there today. The Château is home to a vast collection of period furniture, tapestries and art, and the armoury has a large collection of arms and armour from the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries...
Last update: 29.01.2018
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