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Les Tours Reviews

Les Tours Reviews

Les Tours Holiday Park

Deep in the heart of Auvergne, on the shores of Lac du Maury you’ll find Le Tours camp site and before we start, you need to be thinking about water sports because this place really is a Mecca for all things wet. If you are looking for a holiday with lots of outdoor activities then this is the place for you. Le Tours is a small to medium sized site with a good range of facilities that is more than you might expect for a site of this size. The campsite has a friendly reception, a laundry and a bar and restaurant complex with lovely views of the surrounding countryside.

There are 275 pitches for you to choose from, either two or three bedroomed chalets on their own, individual pitches. The chalets are all, either two or three bedroomed and are very well equipped inside. Each one has a private loo and shower room and the kitchen is well equipped with everything you need to cook up a storm. There is a comfortable living room that has two additional sofa beds for larger families and outside there is a full set of patio furniture and a barbecue. You can even book a chalet with decking if you want.

Facilities & Activities at Les Tours

Keeping yourself amused at Les Tours is an easy task with so much going on. During high season there is an animation team who organise evening entertainment and there’s a TV room and games room for the kids (well for Dad as well if he must).

The site has a great pool complex with three pools. The first is for toddlers whilst the second are deeper pools with water slides and a lazy river winding between them all. The pools are surrounded by a sun terrace with plenty of loungers for just kicking back if you want to. They’re plenty of other activities on site including tennis, table tennis and boules as well as the less usual tree climbing and zip wires.

There’s a good restaurant on site that serves traditional rustic style, basic food and where they have a terrace that has lovely views over the local countryside and is next door to a bar where most of the evening entertainment, karaoke, discos, cabaret and quizzes, take place. There’s also a takeaway selling pizza, chips and snacks.

You can also get involved in many water sports on the lake and local attractions such as the Chateau du Colombier are worth visiting. They have a walk through bear and wolf park! Whilst you are outside the site check out St Amans the nearest village and find yourself a restaurant where you can have a coffee on the street and really soak up the French atmosphere.

Five Reasons to Book a Family Holiday to Les Tours

  • Lots of water sports
  • Good pool complex
  • Lovely countryside
  • Good food
  • Even better wine

Family Travel Guide to Auvergne – France

The Auvergne is a pretty part of France with a gentle, slow paced lifestyle that makes for a great holiday. You can find out more about holidays in this part of the world by clicking the link below;

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  1. Barry McKay

    We booked this self catering holiday with Keycamp holidays in August for two weeks. First impressions were fantastic although the site is slightly isolated.

    The best thing about the site is the amazing lake which was warmer than I expected, I preferred the lake rather than the busy (cold) pool.

    The entertainment is really hit and miss (like most family resorts). The main entertainment finishes at 11 pm although if like me you have teens there is a disco just for them which finishes around 2am.

    While the disco is located far away from the main pitches the stream of drunks teens can sometimes be a little noisy, I don’t want to sound like an bitter man but the noise levels could have been controlled bettered.

    This certainly wouldn’t stop me returning, the site is highly recommended.

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