Welcome to Céline & Fabrice
This lovely peninsula offers the ideal setting for a quiet and relaxing holiday.
Set on the banks of the River Loire close to Roanne between Lyons and Clermont Ferrand on a pretty peninsula formed by the Loire’s largest meander, this little campsite enjoys a wonderful natural setting. Particularly popular with walkers and cyclists, anglers, history buffs and foodies, it also provides numerous opportunities to take to the water and enjoy the wonderful views and unspoilt landscapes of the Loire gorges. The campsite itself offers a wide range of services, making it the ideal place for a relaxing holiday for all the family.
A quiet site in an exceptional location
Set on the banks of the River Loire, ideal for fishing and boating
A host of summer activities for all the family
Heated outdoor pool
Free WiFi dedicated zone
Rental accommodation accessible to people with reduced mobility
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)(conditions apply)
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)(conditions apply)
Fresh bread delivered daily
Motorhome service point
The village of Saint-Jean-Saint-Maurice-sur-Loire, close to Roanne, offers a range of things to see including the church, keep, ramparts, frescoes, manor houses and a Celtic oppidum. Explore the medieval village with its narrow alleyways, artists workshops and enjoy the fine view of the Loire.
A life-sized treasure hunt (suitable for all ages) in search of Mathéron’s magic potions. Taking in four villages around Roanne, your quest will involve discovering who stole the magic potions and piecing together their recipes using an interactive kit. For more information contact Roanne tourist office.
Take a guided tour of the Château de la Roche, set on a rocky outcrop in the middle of the Loire. Discover its history and the families that inhabited it from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.
Take a trip to the port of Bully where you can rent a motor boat and set off upstream towards the Château de La Roche, skirting the Mars peninsula before making land close to the chateau for your visit.
A visit to the nearby town of Roanne, a culinary mecca on the banks of the Loire with an ancient centre reminiscent of more southerly destinations. End your visit in the charming little port or the Halles Diderot where you can sample the local cuisine and produce.
The wines of the Beaujolais’s Côte Roannaise are made principally using the Gamay grape. Céline and Fabrice offer the chance to find out more about them at weekly tastings organised by local wine producers.
You can visit the various local wine producers who partner the campsite, including Domaine Sérol, Willenbucher and Vignoble de Champagny, all year round.
You’ll also find these wines on sale in the shop and on the brasserie menu.