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Over a hundred fairy-tale châteaux with turrets and towers, galleries and ornamental gardens nestle along the Loire valley. They were built by the French Aristocracy who followed the Kings of France when they were forced out of Paris during the Hundred Years War. This region, with a fascinating history to discover, has the greatest concentration of Renaissance châteaux in Europe. Each has its unique charm, from the elegant arches of Chenonceau and the waterside beauty of Azay-le-Rideau, to the fortress of Amboise and the deer parks of Chambord. The Château d’Ussé, which was reputedly the inspiration for ‘Sleeping Beauty’, is a great favourite with children, while the Château at Villandry is famous for its formal gardens. Many châteaux hold spectacular 'son et lumière' shows in July and August.
The River Loire, France’s longest river beginning in the Massif Central and running through to the sea at St Nazaire, flows majestically through this beautiful region. An agriculturally rich and productive region with fertile river valleys, the Touraine and Anjou areas are famous for their pretty orchards and fine vineyards.
Loire vineyards - Well known for their fine selection of wines. Visit Saumur or Chinon for tours of the wine cellars and vineyards.
Grottes de Savonnières - A series of underground caverns, with stalactites, stalagmites, rivers and waterfalls for over one mile. There are spectacular son et lumière performances on summer evenings.
Blois - A picturesque town set on a hill overlooking the Loire river. Its fascinating châteaux hosts son et lumière performances in high summer.
Château de Chambord - This vast château is one of the most extravagant of Royal residences. The ornate façade and turrets are spectacularly lit at night.
Château de Chenonceau - Raised on arches spanning the River Cher, this château appears to float like a mirage on the surrounding water.
Château d’Ussé - Enchanting, fairy-tale castle with towers and turrets, said to be the inspiration for Perrault’s Sleeping Beauty.
Loches - A small town on the banks of the Indre with a delightful old quarter and château dating from the 13th century.
Tours - An old medieval city with a fine gothic cathedral and narrow streets full of lively bars and excellent restaurants.
Saumur - A busy town spread over both banks of the River Loire. Its impressive château has splendid views. It is also home to France’s National Horse Riding School.
Romorantin-Lanthenay - This beautiful old town has a rich history and fabulous architecture as well as a popular market.
Azay-le-Rideau - A real ‘fairy-tale’ castle in a lovely village. There are regular son et lumière performances depicting its history.
Chinon - The ruins of an imposing medieval château overlook the town. Chinon also boasts a unique wine museum.
Futuroscope - The European Park of the Moving Image at Poitiers has 360° cinemas, spectacular shows, incredible architecture and a theme park.
Le Puy du Fou - This ruined renaissance château is the perfect setting for son et lumière performances, also featuring an 18th century village, theme park and botanical gardens.
Doué Zoo - The children will love a visit to the zoo at Doué La Fontaine to see the wild animals roaming free.
Canoeing - Enjoy a canoe excursion along the Loire - a relaxed way to view the countryside.
Walking - the best way to see the glory of the region.