A campsite in the heart of the natural wonders of the Ile de France
You want to book a mobile home rental or a pitch package at a campsite near Paris to recharge your batteries and get away from it all in a green and unspoiled natural setting. At the Loisirs des Groux campsite in Mousseaux-sur-Seine, we have gathered all the necessary ingredients to meet your expectations. Our family-friendly open-air hotel is an excellent base for exploring several natural and cultural gems in Île-de-France. Start your discovery of the hidden face of the Paris region with the Boucles de Seine leisure island. With the backdrop of one of the longest rivers in France, woods and green meadows, this leisure center is a perfect place to relax and carry out outdoor activities (water sports, tree climbing, climbing, authorized and supervised swimming in summer. ).
Around the Loisirs des Groux ?
The Loisirs des Groux campsite in Yvelines is located at the gates of the French Vexin regional natural park, a protected natural area covering an area of over 700 km2 and encompassing around one hundred municipalities. This green lung in the northwest of Île-de-France has several marked cycle and hiking trails, lakes, some of which are accessible to swimmers and fishermen, golf courses and leisure parks. You can go on horseback rides with your family, fly over the park in a microlight or in a hot air balloon to admire the landscapes that surround you from the sky.
The Coteaux de la Seine National Nature Reserve is the perfect place to appreciate the beauty of the loops of the Seine at their true value. A 2 km marked route suitable for families has been laid out with, as a reward, very beautiful panoramic views over the valley of the Seine. Finally, it is impossible to get to the Coteaux de la Seine nature reserve without visiting La Roche-Guyon, one of the most beautiful villages in France, famous for its castle and other remarkable monuments such as the Saint-Samson church.
Cycling Home Label
Our Loisirs des Groux ** campsite now holds the Accueil Vélo label and is committed to providing suitable reception and services for cyclists!
From the campsite, several routes are available: – Route to the Bennecourt bridge. – Route to the Mantes bridge. – Route to the Lavacourt ferry.
Breathtaking tours between Yvelines and Eure
Giverny, Vernon and Mantes-la-Jolie
These three places of interest are less than 15 minutes by car from the Loisirs Les Groux campsite in Yvelines. Giverny is a Norman town (Eure) which won over a master of Impressionism, a certain Claude Monet. The house and gardens where the painter spent part of his life are now open to the public (Claude Monet Foundation), and constitute the most visited tourist site in Normandy behind Mont-Saint-Michel. Only 2 km from Giverny, Vernon is seen as a green town with many parks and gardens with ramparts and other vestiges of the medieval era: Vieux-Moulin, châteaux, tower of the Archives… Watered by the Seine, Mantes-la -Jolie stands out above all for its superb Notre-Dame collegiate church, its Saint-Maclou tower and the old Limay bridge.
Other unmissable visits in Île-de-France
Symbol par excellence of the French monarchy, the Palace of Versailles shines with its monumental architecture, its grandiose rooms, its park and its gardens. Allow about an hour to reach Versailles from the Loisirs des Groux campsite, passing through Mantes-la-Jolie (A13). Rambouillet attracts visitors for its forest frequented by cyclists and hikers, and for its historical monuments such as its castle which was once a royal residence, its Saint-Lubin-et-Saint-Jean-Baptiste church and its palace of the King of Rome. Thoiry, with its castle and animal park, as well as Élancourt with its churches and its Villedieu commandery, are also to be included in your program of visits to Île-de-France. Without forgetting Paris, City of Light, where you will be photographed at the foot of the Eiffel Tower or under the Arc de Triomphe before strolling on the Champs-Elysées, admiring the painters of the Place du Tertre in Montmartre and visiting the Louvre Museum.