We (my wife and I) recently enjoyed a five-night stay at Les Fourneaux, plus an extra night, a couple of weeks later, in the room set aside for overnight visitors or those campers wanting to make an early getaway in the morning (which costs an extra 10 euros). It is a beautiful, friendly, clean, pretty and well-organised campsite, and because you can choose the type of pitch - family, child-free or wild - it can also be a tranquil, peaceful stay. Most of those staying were Dutch and middle-aged, and out of 60 pitches, we were the only English visitors. We chose the campsite because its location, in the very centre of France, makes it easy to include in any tour of the country, and we thoroughly enjoyed exploring the (mostly flat and always quiet and rural) area by bike, including the nearest city, Moulins, which is pleasant and worth a visit. What also drew us to Les Fourneaux was the opportunity for some nude walking, which was nice, although only possible over the site's many fields, so not truly into nature. Best of all about the site is: naturism is the norm. We have been to so-called naturist places where people dress when there seems no reason, especially in the evening, but the vast majority of those staying were happy to spend virtually all their time without clothes. So we would not hesitate to recommend a stay here.
G Carter | 25-08-2020More reviews by G Carter (3)
This site is located in a very quiet area of rural France. It has the largest and most beautiful ptiches we have encountered on our travels around France. Cycling is wonderful because of the pretty small towns with ancient churches and the very quiet roads. Also naturist walks/runs of at least 5k can be taken around the extensive grounds of the site. There is a very friendly and relaxed feel to this campsite.
Terry & Val | 25-08-2016More reviews by Terry & Val (27)