Built in the Renaissance and become the home of Diane de Poitiers, the castle of Chenonceau is one of the most beautiful castles of the Loire, if not the most beautiful. Visit Chenonceau Castle, its French gardens and the Wax Museum and enjoy the unique atmosphere of this building controlling the Cher.
The royal city of Loches brings together the main historical monuments of the city with the medieval dungeon of Loches, built at the beginning of the XIth century and which served as royal prison with the famous "girls" of Louis XI, as well as the royal lodging dominating the valley of the Indre.
Requiring access to the Mediterranean Sea to go on a crusade, the King Saint Louis created the port of Aigues-Mortes, a city acquired in the royal domain. He built the ramparts and the towers where the Templars were held prisoner years later.
The city was built by the Glanic people as oppidum, then renamed Glanum after the defeat against the Romans.Abandoned in the 3rd century, it was rediscovered late and now offers an impressive testimony to antiquity, just like Pompeii.