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Holiday rentals and lettings in Loire Valley
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The Loire Valley, cut out by central France's celebrated Loire River, is known for its abundant produce, famous wine industry, exciting culture and incredible châteaux and castles. A holiday rental in the Valley is a real treat, with so many gorgeous countryside spots to choose from, with a plethora of medieval villages and gorgeous towns. If it's all about nature, look for a letting in or around the spectacular national park of Loire-Anjou-Touraine Regional Nature Park. Or how about a cottage in Loire Valley with all the amenities you could wish for at your fingertips? The picture-book towns of Tours and Nantes are at your service!
Superb holiday rentals in Loire Valley for all the family
Holiday rentals in the Loire Valley tend to be spacious, boasting lovely gardens and are just perfect for all the family. If you are looking for your own swimming pool, that is no problem at all, and some lettings even come with a hot tub. The Loire Valley is all about splendour and style. So, get off on the right foot, and start with a marvellous, stylish self-catering villa in Loire Valley as a base for your memorable holiday in the region!
At Holidu, we take pride in providing you with exceptional holiday rentals and lettings in Loire Valley. We prioritize the quality of your stay and ensure that our accommodations meet your expectations and needs. You can trust us to offer the best options for a memorable holiday experience.
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All the best of France in one region
The Loire Valley stretches 280 kilometres east-west in the northwestern corner of France. It is a paragon of the traditional French countryside, by booking a holiday letting in Loire Valley you can enjoy the fine gastronomy and historic monuments. Indre-et-Loire, in the heart of the Valley, is the region with the most celebrated châteaus. Tours, Saumur, Angers, and Amboise are wonderful towns if you plan to explore Loire Valley's historical past. In the east, Orleans is bursting with cultural activities and is just a short hop from Paris. For a memorable coastal retreat, consider our exquisite holiday lettings in La Tranche-sur-Mer and experience the charm of this beautiful seaside destination.
The Loire Valley and fine wines
France is home to some of the world's best wines, and the most distinguished grapes in the country are grown right here, in the Loire Valley. Cabernet Franc, Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc are worldwide names that will be yours to explore during your holiday in the Valley. Most of the wine tours are in the western part of the Valley, such as Bouvet-Ladubay, one of France's finest producers of sparkling wine, with over 15 kilometres of wine cellars! Find the best holiday letting in Loire Valley to enjoy your holidays
Visit castles and go cycling in Loire Valley
Loire Valley for castle fans
Already booked a private holiday letting in Loire Valley? Here you can expect hundreds of castles! So, where to start? UNESCO World Heritage Site Chambord is the biggest castle in the region and the most spectacular. The homestead of King Francis I, it features a fireplace for every single day of the year, and eighty ostentatious rooms to explore. Cheverny is another not-to-be-missed castle. Fully furnished and with outrageously beautiful gardens and canals, it is considered one of the country's most luxuriant châteaux. Or if you want to stay in the enchanting region of Pays de la Loire, explore our exquisite holiday lettings in Pays de la Loire and immerse yourself in the charm and history of this beautiful area.
Loire Valley for cycling holidays
La Loire a Velo cycle trail is a globally famous route which takes cyclists on an opulent journey past the Valley's most beauteous châteaux along well-maintained and marked roads. The countryside constitutes pretty rolling hills covered with vibrant sunflowers and vineyards that stretch to the horizon. Quaint French towns and villages, the lustrous waters of the Loire itself, and the fine culinary traditions of the Valley will make this a cycling journey you will never forget. Find accommodation in Loire Valley to rent and bring your bike along with you, and explore our exquisite holiday lettings in La Baule-Escoublac for a coastal experience in this destination.
Castle enthusiasts take note – the Loire Valley is home to over 300 castles!
Best places to visit while travelling Loire Valley
Top 5 travel tips in Loire Valley
1. To your family to the Tours Natural History museum
This small and welcoming museum is home to creatures galore, such iguanas, lizards, and turtles. Interactive and educational, it's a great day out for all the family!
2. Picnic at Parc Oriental de Maulevrier
The biggest and most impressive Oriental garden in Europe, Parc Oriental de Maulevrier features traditional Japanese bridges and Shinto shrines along with dainty magnolias and treasurable maples and pines. Take a picnic and experience this gorgeous park at your leisure
3. Learn all about Leonardo da Vinci at the Château du Close Luce
This unassuming château in Amboise was the residence of world-renowned artist and inventor Leonardo da Vinci. The château's museum dedicated to da Vinci's interactions with the region is fascinating, whether you are a fan of the artist or not.
4. Experience the workmanship of Chartres Cathedral
The breathtaking city of Chartres is a hotbed of delectable medieval cobblestone streets, quaint timbered houses, and the home of one of France's most stunning cathedrals. It pays homage to the incredible skills of the workmen and women of yesteryear and contains the largest collection of medieval stained-glass windows in the world.
5. Ride the Grand Elephant of Nantes
A hugely popular attraction for the kids, the centre of Nantes is home to a 12-metre tall mechanical elephant that strolls around the town, picking up children and adults as it goes. Most fun of all, it squirts water at bystanders from its giant mechanical boot!