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The Loire Valley is a magnificent example of the diversity of the French landscape. Ocean, countryside, forest, sandy beach, rocky cliff, river … as different as they may be, these landscapes blend harmoniously within the same region. And, set among these varied landscapes, are to be found the magnificent châteaux of the Loire Valley.
And, as you travel through the Normandy countryside, you will discover sublime period châteaux, immense parks, and numerous small villages with their ancient charm. Along the coastline, you’ll find a completely different panorama, wilder, with cliffs, sandy beaches, and creeks.
Between historical monuments and craftsmanship, the Champagne region offers you the opportunity to discover Rheims and Epernay with its history and its amazing wine cellars. Take advantage of this opportunity to try to lift the veil on one of our best-kept secrets… champagne!
These 3 regions close to Paris can be combined with the capital.
Paris – Normandy – Loire-Valley is one combination, Paris-Champagne is another. For groups of up to 100 people, we offer tours lasting several days. For much larger groups we recommend accommodation in Paris and excursions by private coach or train.
These 3 regions are very popular with gastronomes, nature lovers, and those curious about military and artistic history.
For the first discovery of Normandy, we guide you to Deauville, Honfleur, Bayeux, and the D-Day landing beaches. The countryside is full of farm inns and cider and cheese producers for stops between each site.
Between Normandy and the Loire, we pass Mont Saint-Michel, which we can visit on foot or on horseback. Tonight, the tide is high and we will stay on the island. At midnight we cross to the Abbey to listen to a recital in the monks’ refectory. With a bit of luck, we will see the full tide over the Channel. Spine-tingling shivers guaranteed!
Then we find ourselves in the country of the Loire Castles. It is another landscape, still green and dotted with huge castles where the Winery brotherhood and the hunting horns welcome us. Wine tasting in troglodyte dwellings at the foot of the chateaux after a flight in a hot air balloon or helicopter.
Sportsmen can choose between cycling, golf (the most beautiful golf courses in France are in the Sologne area), canoeing, or driving a convertible through the vineyards.
We invite you to imagine the evenings at the chateau with artists in period costumes, music, and candlelight.