Camping les Alicourts Resort 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 Resort 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.

Located just outside the sleepy village of Pierrefitte, les Alicourts Resort has very spacious grounds with tons of organised activities for youngsters, as well as an imaginative adventure play area which is overlooked by the bar terrace. Dive into an excellent pool complex that is ideal for any weather thanks to its retractable roof, or watch the kids whizz down one of four waterslides. Adults are well catered for too, with an indoor Balneo therapy wellness centre, including sauna, massage, Turkish bath and hydro-massage.

Within easy reach of many elegant châteaux and gorgeous towns
Practise your swing at the 9-hole mini golf course on parc
Play football on one of the two on parc pitches

Activities

Pool Complex
New indoor spa pool
Children’s paddling pool
Separate massage
Sauna and fitness centre
Water Slide
Paddling Pool
Wave Pool
Pool Complex
Covered Pool
Football
9 hole golf course
Fishing (own equipment required)
Fully equipped gym
Pedalo Hire
Volleyball
Tennis

Beach

Own lake with beach on the premises

Other

Learn to cook local dishes (Jul/Aug)
Cabaret Shows
Disco
Quizzes
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

Food and drink on site

Bar with satellite TV
Book hire
Games Room
Charcoal Barbeque included with all Al Fresco Mobile Homes
Bar
Restaurant
Take-away
Shops
Newsagent

Accommodation at Campingm les alicourts resort

Places you may wish to visit

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.
La Ferte St Aubin – 22 miles – This small town in the Sologne is most famous for its wonderful château.
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.