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Discover Eure with the 4-star Les Iles campsite

Your camping holiday in the Eure will give you the opportunity to explore the riches of the department. Its name comes from the river Eure, which you can find on your walks. Between nature and culture, set off to discover the green landscapes and must-see sites of the Eure!

Escape to the Eure

On the doorstep of Les Iles campsite ****, a host of tourist treasures await you in the Eure. Start with the Eure valley at Uzès, an exceptional natural setting where it's great to wander along the paths alongside the river. Take the little bridges and enjoy the surrounding flora and fauna. Along the way, you'll find wooden sculptures, a playground, a sports trail and the remains of the Roman aqueduct that linked the town of Uzès to Nîmes. If you fancy a refreshing stroll, there are plenty of rivers and streams in the Eure. You'll easily find a place to fish (starting with the ponds on our campsite) or go for a swim. Of course, these lakes are also ideal for water sports such as kayaking, windsurfing or pedal-boating. The Eure in Normandy is also the land of horses! So don't be afraid to explore the department on horseback, pony or even donkey. These rides are always popular with the youngest visitors!

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Explore the towns and heritage of Eure

The Eure is home to towns and monuments steeped in history. The town of Évreux is a must-see, particularly for its Notre-Dame Cathedral, which will impress you with its Gothic architecture, its grandeur and the beauty of its stained glass windows. Nearby, you can visit the town's museum or take one of the many pleasant hiking trails. Giverny is another destination of choice when visiting the Eure region. This charming village is famous for being home to Claude Monet's house and gardens. The Impressionist painter spent most of his life here, and the Claude Monet Foundation now offers visitors the chance to explore this exceptional place. The beauty of the place will enchant you with its many colours and treasures such as the water lily pond and the Japanese bridge. You'll quickly understand how the famous painter found inspiration

Just next door, Vernon is well worth a visit for its suspended Vieux-Moulin and the Château de Bizy, with its English-style gardens and superb fountains. Similarly, how can we talk about the Eure without mentioning Château Gaillard in the commune of Les Andelys? This fortress was built at the request of Richard the Lionheart, then King of England and Duke of Normandy, to protect the region from the King of France, Philip Augustus. From the top of the hill, you can enjoy a royal view over the Seine valley. Other châteaux are the pride of the département and well worth a visit. These include the Château de Beaumesnil and the remains of the Château d'Ivry-la-Bataille, just a stone's throw from Les Iles campsite ****. From here, you can enjoy a superb panoramic view over the Eure valley.

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Activities for the whole family or with friends to mark your stay in Eure

The Eure is ideal for outdoor activities with family or friends. Water sports, cultural visits, cycling or walking are just some of the activities you can enjoy. For bird lovers, it's also a great place to observe the many species that inhabit the region. Don't miss the Bois des Aigles, 45 minutes from the campsite, to admire the owls, falcons, owls and other birds of prey in the park. There are even flying shows and falconry courses for close-up contact with the birds. Finally, the Eure Valley Railway is an original way to discover the surrounding area. Climb aboard the train and indulge in a lunch in one of these old-fashioned carriages that will take you back in time. It's a journey that will appeal to all generations, just like the Eure department and its countless activities!

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