Whether you are a nature lover, or a historian at heart, you will not be disappointed.
Learn the history of France through a trip to the Loire Valley, the birthplace of the medieval era and its chateaux.
To start your day, what better than a trip in a horse drawn carriage around the Château of Chambord? In the middle of its private forest, the biggest in Europe, Chambord is the largest château in the Loire valley and has remarkable architectural features, like its dungeon with two towers, its double helix staircase, as well as its beautiful facade reflecting the river Cousson.
Châteaux de la Loire
At lunchtime indulge in a tour on a « saponaire » the traditional boat of Saint Dyé Marines. Discover the untamed nature and enjoy a picnic on one of the many islands in the Loire river.
Last but not least, famous for its vineyards, the Valley of the Loire has some of the most prestigious wines.
For a great family day out, the Tabourelles Vineyard has underground troglodyte caves inviting all modern-day explorers. Armed with your torch, reveal writing and drawings going back 1000 years, bringing a touch of originality to the Vineyard visit.
Finish the tour with a wine tasting experience of four wines each paired with local specialties for an altogether intoxicating experience !