Close to the camping Les Voiles d’Anjou

Amazing things, discoveries, surprises and more! There are all sorts of things to do during your holiday at the Yelloh! Village les Voiles d’Anjou, with your family or with your friends! Find out about what this region has in store for you

Camping Les Voiles d’Anjou

6, rue Sainte Baudruche

49350 Rosiers-sur-Loire



Rosiers-sur-Loire, 1 km
Angers airport, 33 km
Rosiers-sur-Loire railway station, 1 km

GPS Coordinates

Latitude: N 47° 21' 31'' Longitude: W 0° 13' 34''


Tourist spots


Cellars and wines

The Loire Valley is also well-known for its fine food and vineyards. Wines as famous as Muscadet and Cabernet d’Anjou originate here. Enjoy a little time soaking up the region's famous "art de vivre" (art of living). You'll be able to visit all sorts of cellars in the campsite region. Winemakers will love telling you about what they do and giving you a taste of their wines!

The troglodyte village of Rochemenier

Anjou is also a region with troglodyte dwellings, which include more than 1000 km of tunnels. You'll find wine cellars, gîtes, artists' workshops and a zoo, as well as homes. Just a few kilometres from Saumur, some highly unusual dwellings emerge from the ground. Over an area of 20 hectares, the museum site of Rochemenier is an opportunity to find out about the fascinating lives of the people who lived here.

Village troglodyte de Rochemenier
14 Rue du Musée
49700 Louresse-Rochemenier

Historic monuments, museums and troglodyte sites

Discover the cultural treasures of the Loire Valley: monuments, museums and troglodyte sites will no longer hold any secrets for you!

  • The troglodyte sites of the Loire Valley, Rochemenier, Forges, La Cave aux Sculptures...
  • Fontevraud Abbey, one of the most beautiful abbeys in France, with the final resting places of Richard the Lionheart and Eleanor of Aquitaine.
  • The slate museum, where you can discover this ancestral skill
  • The Saumur Mushroom Museum, where the mushroom farm is still in operation
  • Pierre et Lumière, where historic monuments are sculpted in tufa stone

Gardens and vineyards

Your holidays will also be synonymous with nature, a change of scenery and discovering the great outdoors. 

  • Les chemins de la rose of Doué la Fontaine, an English-style garden with over 13,000 rosebushes. 
  • The vineyards of the Loire Valley, visit the wine estates of Saumur-Champigny, Layon, Savennières...

The Loire by bike

Just 800 metres from the campsite, discover the Loire by bike. An 800 km route for exploring and admiring Europe's last wild river.

The Loire by bike is ideal for a quiet family outing on safe routes. There are a number of different itineraries to choose from, giving you the chance to discover the unspoilt countryside and the wealth of the Loire Valley, with its châteaux, charming villages and vineyards.

You can also discover the Authion cycle route, located in the Loire Anjou Touraine Regional Nature Park. Other circuits are close to the village in the Loire-Longué area, where you can admire the forests, countryside and banks of the Loire.

For family outings, bike hire is available in the village of Les Rosiers-sur-Loire and in Gennes.

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