Ideally situated with Paris to the North and the sandy beaches of Vendée and the Loire Atlantique to the West, the tranquil Loire Valley is the perfect spot for a relaxing getaway in the French countryside where the country's longest river makes its way through greenery and rolling hills dotted with fairy tale castles. The 280 km of the Loire Valley is classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its rich history and architectural heritage and Siblu’s rural Domaine de Dugny holiday park, perfectly located between the urban centres of Blois, Le Mans and Tours, is a great base for exploring this beautiful area.
The Loire Valley is, of course, famed for its history and its stunning architecture and Siblu’s Domaine de Dugny is a great base for discovering a range of beautiful local chateaux. Less than half an hour’s drive from the park you’ll find the Pagode de Chanteloup (an 18th century tower with a brilliant view) and Amboise Chateau (which has been home to a number of famous historical figures over the years including Leonardo Da Vinci and Anne Boleyn…). The nature in the Loire Valley is also exceptional with the most famous garden in France (Touraine) and brilliant walking and cycle paths. For something really unique why not discover the valley from the sky with a hot air ballon trip? If all these castles have put your kids in the mood for magic you could even consider stopping off at Disneyland Paris on the way back to the UK...
Why Choose the Loire Valley?
Loire Valley: Highlights
Holidaymakers from the UK can reach our parks in the Loire Valley via ferry or plane thanks to the proximity of Tours airport and Caen ferry port to Le Domaine de Dugny.
Brittany Ferries operates the following routes (please check their website for more details/updates):
Portsmouth- Le Havre / Caen/ Cherbourg/ St Malo
Direct flights run from Tours airport to London Stansted.