This modest, attractive campsite is situated in a non-touristy, green and hilly area in the town of Liverdun, north-west of the interesting city of Nancy. The site of Les Boucles de la Moselle is beautifully situated on a loop of the Moselle, next to a sports and recreational field. You have a lovely view of the castle of the medieval Liverdun.
This is a former municipal campsite, extensively renovated by the Quinot family and lovingly managed by them. You will notice straight away that the owners have implemented several original ideas, for instance a lowered desk for disabled persons. The campsite makes a well maintained impression.
Where is your pitch?
The 178 touring pitches are fairly spacious (70-90 m2), non-demarcated and have a grass surface. The paths running alongside are not hardened with gravel, but are made of loamy sand. The trees offer a fair degree of shade. The grounds have been partly raised. There are separate pitches for the disabled and there are four rental accommodation units.
There is a small, oval-shaped, sunny swimming pool (water at chest height) on the campsite, safely fenced-off. Cyclists and mountain bikers are pampered here with special facilities (bike rental and a breakdown service point). Walkers and other nature lovers will also spend a wonderful holiday here. There is playground equipment for the little ones and nearby sports facilities.
Making dinner or going out?
When you want to do your own cooking, you can get your supplies in the small campsite shop. Expect a limited range. However, fresh bread is available on a daily basis. There is a small restaurant, with breakfast service, a bar and a cosy terrace.