Camping de Nevers

Europe France Bourgogne Nièvre

  • Laundry
  • Dogs welcome
  • Short walk to pub
Loire-side camping with views to Nevers. Get up early to watch the mist slowly rise from the waters.

All great countries have a great river or two and France’s pièce de résistance has to be the Loire. Its fancy urban cousin, the Seine, may slink its way through the boulevards of Paris, but it’s the Loire, winding its way past shady banks and leafy vineyards, that’s the country’s golden artery. And while the broader reaches around Blois and Tours are swarming with tourists in high season, you can be smart and head a little up-river to Nevers. This is a great little former Roman town with a medieval heart and a fantastic cathedral that you can sit and admire from your tent.

The campsite is divided into two, with shady spots up top, where most of the caravans and campervans park up, and a lower level running down to the river bank, which tends to be where the tents pitch. Sadly there’s not much access to the river, but you can still enjoy watching it idle by and in the morning see the mist slowly rising from the waters. And the best bit is that the town’s just a ten-minute stroll across the river, allowing you to sit back and take in the views before summoning the will to go and explore.



The reception, café, and facilities are all well maintained. There’s a heated shower room with hot showers and unisex WCs, and an outside area for dishwashing. There’s also a washing machine (€4) and dryer (€3). Up in reception there’s a computer for Internet access at €1 for 15 minutes.

Suitable For

Tents, campervans, caravans, dogs – yes.


The town across the river is worth exploring, from the old streets around the ducal palace to the marvellous cathedral of St-Cyr-et-Ste-Juliette.

Food & Drink

Apart from the small café on site, it’s best to head over the bridge into the town. At Au Bureau on place St-Sebastien you can sit out on the pavement terrace, enjoy a coffee or beer, and watch the world go by.


Mid April–mid October.


Camping de Nevers, rue de la Jonction, 58000 Nevers, Nièvre, France

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Getting There

Through Nevers follow signs for Moulins and Bourges. The site is on the opposite bank, on your left.

Nevers is easily accessible by train and bus from Paris, Lyon, and Dijon and the campsite is only a 10-minute ride from the bus and railway stations.


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