A journey to the heart of France

Only 2 hours from Paris, you discover the central region with the Berry, the Sologne, the Touraine, where the Kings of France chose to rest, where you can taste the charm of this magnificent region.

Chasse à courre huntThe Sologne situated south of Orleans, alive with lakes, fields, woods, rivers, and wild animals. The Sologne is a paradise for hunting, fishing, the good life in pure harmony with nature.
It was also the home of all the great Kings of France, and where they had built many of their chateaux.

Sight of cathedrale St-Etienne, BourgesFortified town from the age of the Gauloises, strategic role in the war of 100 years, royalist town since 1100, town of art and culture, Bourges is proud of its historic monuments, the Palais Jacques Coeur, of its old streets and timbered houses. A masterpiece of gothic art, listed as a site of World Heritage by UNESCO since 1992, the cathedral of Saint-Etienne is unique by its architectural conception.

Château de ChambordThe Val de Loire also listed by UNESCO as of World Heritage importance, leads to the heart of a scenery of a unique elegance from its edifices of natural stone to the Loire, the royal river, which opens the prestigious gates of many famous chateaux and monuments: Chambord, Chenonceaux, Cheverney, Villandry, Sully, Azay-le-Rideau, Fontevraud...