The Loire Valley
An incredible place of history
An incredible place of history If you want to feel like a queen or a king, the Loire Valley will help you figure that out! Spread over the Loiret, the Loir et Cher and the Indre et Loire, the Valley of the Kings will blow your mind. Beautiful landscapes, incredible castles, the history of France will take you from coronations to romantic intrigues Walk in the footsteps of François 1er and the kings of France Visit the dungeons, remarkable gardens and prestigious royal apartments Sully sur Loire, Villandry, Le Clos Lucé are perfect getaways for a weekend, or a longer itinerary
Visit the Chateaux of the Loire
Between unmissable and majestic castles such as the Château de Chambord, the Château de Chenonceau, the Château d'Amboise, the Loire Valley is rich in small castles. The visit of castles like Meung sur Loire, Talcy, Chamerolles are also worth a detour. The kings of France are not the only ones to have their beautiful castles. Visit the Château de Cheverny, which inspired Hergé for Moulinsart, the home of Tintin! From the medieval castle to the French Renaissance, you will be charmed by the discovery of these beautiful places along the royal river
The Loire Valley allows you to discover beautiful cities. Discover the city of Joan of Arc with Orléans. Tours, Blois and their half-timbered houses, mansions, old town, ... Stroll through the beautiful villages and discover unusual routes. Taste the terroir of the region, the cuisine of kings! Game, delicious fish from the Loire, asparagus, or even the famous Tarte Tatin! The vineyard also deserves its appellation. A tasting of the wines of the Loire Valley hillsides between two visits to castles or royal fortresses is a pleasant break
Nature and biking
The splendid Loire river offers nice walks along the water.
Enjoy it also with a boat, but be careful, the Loire is a wild river !
The region is also known for its paths for biking. You can visit all the Sologne with your bike and admire the forest, and the plains of the Beauce.
La Loire is part of the Unesco World Heritage.
Chateaux of the Loire