Camping Moncontour Active Park Discover a nature camping in France, with a lot of entertaiments and a cable wakeboard website : www.moncontour-active-park.com
Construite sur un éperon rocheux, la forteresse royale de Chinon domine avec majesté la vallée de la Vienne au sud-ouest de Tours. Érigée au XIIe siècle, sous la direction du comte d'Anjou Henri Plantagenêt, futur roi d'Angleterre, le château deviendra au fil des siècle un haut-lieu de l'histoire de France.
Le Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers dans la Vienne. France.
Chinon tourism site
Places to see in ( Chinon - France ) Chinon is a commune located in the Indre-et-Loire department in the Region Centre France. The regional area is called the Touraine which is known as the "garden of France". It is well known for its wine castle and historic town. Chinon played an important and strategic role during the Middle Ages having served both French and English kings. Chinon is in the Loire valley registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000. Chinon is located in the…
Places to see in ( Montsoreau - France ) Château de Montsoreau The Château de Montsoreau is a Renaissance style castle directly built in the Loire riverbed in the small market town of Montsoreau in the Maine-et-Loire département of France in close proximity to Saumur Chinon Fontevraud-L'abbaye et Candes-Saint-Martin. The château de Montsoreau has an exceptional position at the confluence of two rivers the Loire and the Vienne and at the meeting point of three historic regions: Anjou Poitou…
The Château de Montsoreau is in Montsoreau, Maine-et-Loire, France. Constructed in 1455 by Jean de Chambes, a senior councillor to King Charles VII. It was a strategic fortress, controlling river traffic between Chinon and Saumur. The castle has an exceptional position at the confluence of two rivers, the Loire and the Vienne, and at the junction of three historic regions: Anjou, Poitou and Touraine. Unlike other castles by the Loire, Montsoreau was directly built in the river.
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The remains of a once-fabulous chateau that are still worth a visit today
Château Valcreuse, near La Roche Posay in the Vienne, was classed as one of Le Figaro's favourite 200 B&Bs in 2009. If you meet owners Caroline and Alexander and visit their romantic hideaway, you'll soon understand why...