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This department is located in the east of the centre of France, is named after the Loire river of the same name and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. The Loire has an area of 4781 km2 and over 758,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the nature of the Loire? The river Loire is the longest river in France with its 1012 kilometers. It is therefore along this river where many beautiful holiday homes can be found. The Loire is characterized by a mountainous relief, plateaus, wooded slopes and plains.
In the east of the Loire you can see the chain of Monts du Lyonnais. In the southeast you can enjoy holiday homes in the wooded area of the Loire. This area also has a lot to offer for hikers. Visit for example the Crêt de la Perdrix (1434 meters above sea level) and the Crêt de L'Oeillon (1365 meters above sea level).
Le Pilat Regional Natural Park
Are you looking for a holiday home in the forest? The regional nature park Le Pilat is located in the most wooded part of the Loire and has an area of about 65,000 hectares. In the park you can encounter a changing landscape, think of pine forests, meadows, hillsides with vineyards and rocky areas. In addition to the special flora and fauna that can be found in the area, you can also find the Crêt de la Perdrix rock ridge here. Departure from your cottage in Loire for a brisk walk to the top of this rock ridge. If you visit a gite in the summer, you can enjoy beautiful walking and cycling routes here. If you have a holiday home in the winter then you can enjoy the ski slopes and snowshoe trails that can be found here.
If you are staying in a holiday home in the Loire you are definitely advised to visit the medieval village of Cervieres. This village is built on a rocky outcrop and used to be of strategic importance for the controls towards l'Auvergne. In Loire there are also numerous medieval villages that are surrounded by old ramparts. If you are staying in a holiday home in this region, visit Saint-Haon Châtel, Charlieu, Villerest, Crozet and Saint-Jean-Saint-Maurice.