Places of interest
The Chapel of Saint Jean du Liget
In the "Plantagenet" style, the Saint Jean chapel is decorated with frescoes from the end of the 12th century.
Chemillé-sur-Indrois’s Leisure centre
Lake on the banks of the Indrois: beach with sailing, pedal boating, canoeing, boating, fishing, petanque, fitness trail ...
Enter into the privacy of this fully furnished stately home, lived in by the same family since 1857.
Corroirie du Liget
Come live at the pace as these historic buildings, comprising a church in the Plantagenet style, fortifications, prison, drawbridge...
One of the most remarkable castles in the Loire Valley, Montrésor is entirely furnished and has not changed for 150 years.
With its castle, Loches is a picturesque town full of art and history. The ideal place for wandering.
Surrounded by 20 hectares of woodland, the garden received the Jardin Remarquable (Remarkable Garden) label in 2014.
Château de Chenonceau
An essential stop on your visit circuit of the Châteaux de la Loire
Ranking among the 10 best zoos in the world, the ZooParc integrates the greatest animal diversity in France.
Château de la Bourdaisière
Historic monument (XIV-XVI ° century) ideally located in the heart of the castles of the Loire between Tours and Amboise.
Château of Bridoré
Medieval military fort (XIVth - XVth centuries), with fully preserved defences which are unique in France (4 caponniers).
Prieuré de St Come
Better known as the “Demeure de Ronsard” (home of Ronsard), who was the prior here from 1565 to 1585.
Château de Valançay
one of the most prestigious buildings in the Loire Valley.
Château de Valmer
Marvel of the Italian Renaissance where Vouvray wines and an exceptional garden are happily combined.
Royal city, Amboise was the laboratory of the French Renaissance.
Sightseeing walks in Tours