Lac de Maine Parc des Loisirs

Angers
Atlantic Loire Valley
Great Outdoors

200 hectares of greenery and a large lake, the Lac de Maine Parc des Loisirs is home to many diverse flora and fauna and has a wealth of land and water-based activities on offer for all the family. Why not go bathing, canoeing or windsurfing, or try your hand at orienteering or a game of tennis? If relaxing is more you thing then settle down in the shade of the trees with a good book.

 

Places to visit nearby

Angers in Atlantic Loire Valley is an artistic city on the banks of the River Maine, that is steeped in medieval history and full of beautiful gardens and parks.

Saumur in Atlantic Loire Valley is easily recognised by its fairytale chateau and is famous for its association with horses - the area around the town is even known as the Kingdom of the Horse.

Laval in Western Loire is a pretty town on the Mayenne river where a charming château sits on a rocky outcrop, and some remarkably well-preserved Gallo-Roman baths can be found nearby.

Nearby attractions

Built as a military fortress rather than a palatial home, this 13th century castle is an intimidating and austere sight when arriving in Angers. Home of the Dukes of Anjou, this massive fortress has seventeen towers and a...

This wonderful museum is housed inside the beautiful late 15th century Logis Barrault, the house of former mayor of Angers and King's Treasurer Olivier Barrault.

Renowned for its stained glass windows, dating from the 12th to the 16th centuries, and the diagonal ribs of its vaulting, Angers cathedral is an outstanding example of the Anjou Gothic style.