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This department is centrally located in France, is named after the rivers of the same name that flow through Indre-et-Loire and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. Indre-et-Loire has an area of 6127 km2 and almost 600,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the nature of Indre-et-Loire? Indre-et-Loire is also called Touraine, which means 'the garden of France'. In Indre-et-Loire you can enjoy the vineyards, impressive forests and beautiful lakes from your cottage. Are you more looking for a holiday home from which you can make many walks? Indre-et-Loire has the largest network of footpaths in France.
Regional natural park Loire-Anjou-Touraine
In the Centre region in Indre-et-Loire you can enjoy the beautiful nature that can be found here in a gite. In the regional nature park you can take beautiful walks along the river Loire, which is the last wild stream in Europe. The park has a rich and varied natural, cultural and historical heritage. A nice way to explore the park, when staying in a holiday home in this region, is by canoe or boat. In the park you can find many special places, such as the Loire valley, which has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2000. In the limestone grasslands that the area is rich in, you can encounter many flora and fauna species. Think of the blue harrier, the osprey, the common tern, the little staircase, the corncrake king and many different species of bats.
The capital of Indre-et-Loire is Tours. Around Tours you can enjoy the many vineyards that can be found here. Are you looking for a holiday home in Indre-et-Loire? Departure for example from Tours for a boat trip on the river, so many castles in the region to admire. In the city itself you can visit the cathedral St-Gatien, whose construction began in the 13th century and was only completed 300 years later.
Castles in Indre-et-Loire
If you are staying in one of the holiday homes in Indre-et-Loire, it is almost impossible not to encounter a castle. Pay a visit to Amboise, for example. From the bridge or the right bank at Tours you have the best view over this castle. It is one of the oldest and most beautiful royal residences in the valley. Near the Indre you can find the Château d'Azay-le-Rideau and was built in the 16th century. Also worth a visit if you stay in one of the cottages in Indre-et-Loire is Château de Chenonceau. It was built around 1520 and under the castle flows the river Cher. Are you looking for a holiday home in Indre-et-Loire? With all the natural beauty, art, culture and history that can be found here, there is always something for everyone.