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The town of Vierzon

In the heart of the Center region, Campo'Village is ideally located so that you can take advantage of all the regional treasures. Start your discovery of the surroundings with a visit to Vierzon. You will be charmed by this town bordered by the Cher and the Loire, just a few kilometers away. You will enjoy discovering the different facets of the city, strolling along the banks of the Cher, observing the medieval monuments and stopping in the restaurants. We advise you to stop at the Vierzon Museum, dedicated to the tractor, a must in the regional heritage. Vierzon is a lively city where life is good. Come and discover the city celebrating during the next “Estivales du Canal” edition or during the July and August festivities.

Cycle tourism

Many cycle routes and cycle paths pass through the region and near our campsite in the heart of nature at the gates of Bourges. Campo'Village is a restful stopover offered to you during your cycling itinerary. Ride along the Loire with the “Loire à Vélo” route, a 900 kilometer cycling route, linking Cuffy to Saint-Brevin-les-Pins. You can also take the “Canal du Berry by bike” route over 330 kilometres. You will pass by the most beautiful places in the region. Our campsite is perfectly suited to welcoming cyclists thanks to our dedicated pitches, our equipped tents and our bike room.  

The unavoidable

Less than an hour's drive away, you can visit the most beautiful points of interest in the region such as Beauval Zoo in Saint-Aignan or certain Loire Valley castles such as Chenonceaux. Many activities can also be on the program for your days, such as tree climbing or beautiful horseback riding on the banks of the Cher.

The surrounding towns and villages

Within an hour's drive, discover the villages and towns that make the region famous. We advise you to go to Bourges with its famous cathedral, to discover the pottery village of La Borne, to go through Marseilles-les-Aubigny and its port, to visit Salbris and its Saint-Georges church, but also Aubigny-sur -Nère and its interpretation center of the Auld Alliance.