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This department is located in the centre of France, is named after the Loiret river of the same name (which is fed by the Loire) and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. Loiret has an area of 6775 km2 and over 665,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the nature of Loiret? In Loiret you can encounter different landscapes.
Around the capital Orléans you can enjoy a holiday home in the largest communal forest in the country with an area of 35,000 hectares. Are you more looking for a holiday home in a piece of unspoiled nature? Then visit the Sologne. Here you will find an unspoiled natural area covered with pine forests, chestnut trees, oak trees and many beautiful ponds. Or would you prefer a gite in a region where you can sniff a lot of culture? Then visit the 'Gâtinais' in Loiret. With its many bridges, this is sometimes called the 'little Venice'. For anyone looking for a holiday home in a walking area, a visit to the region around Pithiviers is recommended.
Parks and gardens in Loiret
In Loiret there are many arboretums and 'remarkable gardens'. Here you can enjoy holiday homes in the heart of the gardens of France. Enjoy, for example, the botanical gardens, the French gardens or the English gardens. In the arboretums you can discover many special species of flora lovers. Visit the 18th century English garden at the castle of La Bussière or visit the precious collections to be admired in the conservatory national of Ilex or in the arboretum of Grandes Bruyères.
Are you looking for special places near your holiday home in Loiret? Visit the longest bridge canal in Europe. This 662-meter-long bridge was designed to move canal ships across the Loire. This bridge connects the canals Briare-Loing and Canal Latéral. This special structure is definitely worth a visit if you are staying in one of the holiday homes in Loiret.
The capital of Loiret is Orléans. Here you can enjoy all the beauty that a city has to offer. The name of the city is inextricably linked to that of Joan of Arc, the 'Virgin of Orléans'. Visit, for example, the equestrian statue of Joan of Arc on the Place du Martoi or the Cathedral of Ste-Croix. If you're staying in a holiday home around the capital, you'll be able to enjoy all the beautiful and old buildings that can be found here.