The Loire Valley, with its Renaissance châteaux, was once the home of Kings and Queens. Blois is central to such famous names as Chambord, Chaumont, Cheverny, Chenonceau and Amboise castles. No matter what the season, you will be able to appreciate the region’s history, wine and gastronomy.
For those who like the outdoors, there is cycling, hiking, canoeing, horse riding, air ballooning and golf with some of France’s most beautiful countryside and hunting forests as a backdrop.
Distance from main châteaux and towns
Chaumont: 19 K, Chambord: 17 K, Cheverny: 20 K, Chenonceau: 45 K, Amboise: 35 K, Chinon: 115 K, Orleans: 65 K, Tours 65 K, Vouvray: 50 K, Paris: 190 K