> Villandry castle and gardens: Villandry, built around 1536, is the last of the Renaissance chateaux to be built in the Loire valley.
> St Cosme à la Riche priory
> Montrésor one of the most beautiful villages in France
> Loches Royal City: go back in time and discover one of the most striking fortified towns in France.
> Château de Chenonceau: Built on the banks of the river Cher, which reflects its beautiful renaissance architecture, the Château de Chenonceau is the jewel of the Loire valley.
> Chanteloup Pagoda: A Louis XVI Chinese folly, offers a captivating view of the valley and the Aboise forest from its 44 metre high tower.
> Le Clos Lucé and Leonardo de Vinci park: Da Vinci lived the last three years of his life here. The three-acre park is bursting with information on his life.
> Château Royal at Amboise
> Petrified caves at Savonnières
> Château de Candé
> Château d’Azay le Rideau
> Château de Rigny-Ussé
> The Balzac Museum at Saché
> Château de Chambord, Fontevraud Abbey, Saumur