Known as the “Garden of France” where vineyards, fruit orchards, asparagus, and artichoke fields line the banks of the Loire River. A place reminiscent of a fairytale, where picturesque castles provide the exquisite backdrop for the region’s offerings.


  • Take in Château de Villandry, Azay le Rideau, and Château Chambord, three of the Loire Valley’s most beautiful castles
  • Taste wine made from the Romorantin grape Grown in the Loire since the 16th century, the Cour-Cheverny’s 48 hectares are the only wine appellations in the world using this obscure grape
  • Taste regional dishes specially paired with the best local wine in a tuff stone quarry.
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