Campsite L'Arada Parc is a campsite with 59 touring pitches and 1 year round pitches. During low season, between 01-04-2019 - 08-07-2019 and 25-08-2019 - 30-09-2019, the nightly rate is €18,- at one of the 59 touring pitches at Campsite L'Arada Parc in Sonzay (Indre and Loire). At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
A beautiful campsite in the countryside between the valleys of the Loire and the Loir, close to the chateaux. Indoor and outdoor swimming pools, indoor playground, wellness accommodation and spa. On presentation of CampingCard ACSI during acceptance period, free wifi for one device.
Extra discount: 7=6 / 14=12 / 21=18
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Average rating: 8.2Add a review
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- Child friendliness
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We like this site a lot and have been for the past 5 years now as a stop off on the way home from further south. It is also worth staying a few extra days to chill out or see the many chateaux nearby.
We seldom cook when here as the site restaurant is very good and very popular despite a simple but likable menu using local products. We love the duck gizzard salads.
The facilities are always clean and adequate above average campsite standards.
The very pleasant and friendly owners run the campsite and restaurant themselves and always make us very welcome.
The site is quiet despite agricultural noises from nearby farms and a lot of people use the site as a base for working nearby staying in some mobile homes overnight, this does not detract from the charm.
The most we usually hear is a lot of birdsong and a few sounds of enjoyment from the great but small swimming pool area which we also enjoy.
Stayed here before, site is well situated for visiting the Loire Valley attractions and has a decent restaurant.
We intended to stay for a week but moved on after a couple of days due to the silly rule about swimming trunks, which kept us out of the pool! I understand the hygiene reasoning, but what about those that wear a pair of Speedos as underpants for a week!!
Lovely site, wifi on the pitch, staff very friendly and helpful, swimming pool excellent, can't comment on entertainment or sports facilities as it was early June and we didn't go off site, we will alter our route to use this site again, very good.
Not a bad site and certainly friendly but not up to the general standard of most we've visited. The couple who own/run the site work very hard, doing practically everything themselves as far as we could tell. We were allocated a pitch but changed due to a crying baby next to us - not a problem to change. We used as a stopover and probably won't return.
Stayed here for two nights in September but would not use this site again out of season as most of the chalets were rented out to Polish workers which completely changes the atmosphere of the site. Pity, because the staff are lovely, it has a small but very pleasant indoor pool, hot water in the showers, provides a very nice evening meal and although we had no choice of pitch, we were given a small hardstanding for our motor home which after very heavy rain in the area was most welcome.
Campsite easy to find, pitch OK, unusual tap-fittings but purchased adapter from reception. The first few hours of our stay were very pleasant, until there was a stream of eastern European migratory workers who were staying in the statics. Upon their return, instead of utilizing the facilities in their statics, they virtually took over the sanitary block for the next couple of hours - leaving it in a dirty, muddy mess. However, they were out all day. But this is not what we expect to find on a campsite advertised for holidays.
The area was good in that the roads were quiet, there was a supermarket a short drive away, and plenty of Châteaux to visit along that part of the Loire.
The pool was closed when we visited, we did not eat here, and having no children are unable to comment on facilities for them.
Generally speaking the site looked 'tired' and in need of a thorough clean. We are unable to recommend this site, and would not stay here again.
Only stopped for one night on our way home. Friendly welcome and clean facilities. However we found the pitch very small and it would have felt cramped had we wanted to stay for some time.
We visited in 2012 for the first time and again in October 2013. The site is located in a peacefully quiet area north of Tours. Some pitches are fully serviced which is good for plumbing in a water supply and drainage of waste water. The owners are friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi is available over the site. Toilet block is comfortable and kept very clean. The restaurant serves good value, nicely cooked food and breakfast is available if required. There are a number of eastern European workers occupying the cabins who can be a bit noisy at times but they are out from 7.30 to 17.30 and as it is October they are indoors by 19.30.
The surrounding area is very attractive and there are plenty of places to visit, not least the Loire Chateaux.
We like this site very much and recommend it very highly
A pleasant terraced campsite on the edge of a village. Reasonably sized, mostly level pitches. Unisex toilet and shower facilities of a good standard, but the floor was always wet. There are a number of chalets which, on our visit, were occupied by foreign workers; they were not a problem. The restaurant serves wholesome fare at reasonable prices.
Our second visit, and the site has undergone some improvements and is better for it. Staff as welcoming as ever, pitches were a good size with water etc. the pool and exercise area were very nice and well used in the hot weather. Toilet facilities has had a facelift and is very practical and clean. Tours is a few miles away and being in the Loire there's plenty to see.
- Period of opening
- 01-04-2019 till 30-09-2019
- 1.7 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 59 (85 - 115m2)
- Number of camper pitches
- Number of permanent pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Campsite L'Arada Parc
rue de la Baratiere
37360 / Sonzay
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From Château-Renault D766 to Neuillé-Pont-Pierre then follow camping signs. From the A28 take exit 27 to Neuillé-Pont-Pierre, then follow camping signs.
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