Welcome to Marilyne & Jean-Luc François
Come and explore the wonderful natural and historical heritage of Normandy
Located between Paris and Rouen, L’Ile des Trois Rois promises a relaxing camping holiday in the heart of the gently undulating, history-packed Normandy countryside. Set at the foot of the ruined Château Gaillard, between the River Seine and a fishing lake, the site is ideal for long, leisurely holidays and short breaks alike with its two heated pools, local shops just 300m away and a range of walks and cycle rides close by. Don’t miss the stunning views from the top of the cliffs high above the lovely River Seine.
The beautiful countryside setting at the foot of a ruined castle
Lake and river fishing (River Seine)
30 minutes from Rouen, 1 hour from Paris
Heated outdoor pool
Wifi (€) across the campsite
Rental accommodation accessible to people with reduced mobility
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)
Restaurant and Snack bar
Motorhome service point
Mister Flower Club
A visit to the lovely village of Lyons-la-Forêt, set among beech woods, and a stroll through its narrow streets which are arranged in the shape of a snail, mirroring the circular pattern of ancient fortified settlements.
Canoeing on the River Eure. Take to the water and explore the Eure valley by canoe, stopping off to enjoy its many sights and activities.
Château Gaillard – Close to the campsite, this magnificent 12C fortress was built by Richard the Lionheart, King of England and Duke of Normandy, and is now a staging post on the Route Historique Normandie Vexin. The house and gardens of Impressionist painter Claude Monet at Giverny. Walk around the gardens, an exact replica of those designed by the artist himself, and marvel at the flowers and water lilies which inspired the great painter.
There’s no better way to explore the fascinating Vexin Normand than on foot so why not try the Boucle du Bois du Mesnil, a circular walk through the lovely Gambon valley taking in all the major historical sights of Grand-Andely including the Clock Tower, the collegiate church of Notre Dame, Saint Clotilde’s fountain and the Nicolas Poussin Museum.
Take the Route de la Seine to Giverny, stopping off to visit Monet’s house and gardens. Drive on to the wonderfully preserved Château de La Roche Guyon and experience 1000 years of history in the heart of the Vexin Regional Natural Park. Then head for the old port of Vétheuil, set on a meander of the River Seine, and enjoy the gently undulating landscape. Return to Les Andelys through the Vexin Normand.
Run by a keen motorcyclist, L’Île des Trois Rois promises a warm welcome at this lovely site, ideally located between the river Seine and a private lake. Who better than a fellow biker to understand your needs? He and his team will be delighted to provide information on the best routes for exploring the area, for getting back to nature with the wind in your hair. Come and tour Normandy from our green and pleasant riverside campsite and enjoy the views of the Seine from the cliffs.
If you're a keen angler and like to indulge your passion on holiday, then L’Île des Trois Rois is definitely for you. Set in 25 acres of verdant French countryside at the foot of Château Gaillard in the heart of Normandy, this charming campsite nestles between the River Seine and a private fishing lake, providing the best of both fishing worlds. The lake is available to guests whenever the campsite is open and guests can also enjoy the pleasures of river fishing in season thanks to the site’s riverside location.