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Sloping Sancerre vineyards, glades and hedged farmland, plains of cereal crops in Berry Champagne, along with hills, woods and lakes make up the landscapes of the Cher. Right in the heart of the Berry region, the Cher offers visitors elegant castles, palaces and monuments along the historic Jacques-Coeur Trail, as well as the town of Bourges with its famous cathedral.


As illustrated by the varied landscapes of Perche, Beauce and the Loir and the Eure valleys on the one hand, and on the other hand by the famous Gothic cathedral of Chartres, the charming villages with old houses, the Renaissance castles and the old town of Châteaudun, the Eure-et-Loir brilliantly combines nature, culture and architectural heritage.


The Indre département, situated in the heart of the historical Berry province, offers a wonderful array of places of interest for nature and architecture lovers, including celebrated châteaux such as Valençay and Bouges, La Brenne Regional Nature Park, whose wild scenery is dotted with thousands of ponds and lakes, beautiful villages like Gargilesse-Dampierre and Saint-Benoît-du-Sault, Romanesque churches and places steeped in the memory of the writer George Sand!


The centre of the French Renaissance, the Indre-et-Loire possesses an exceptionally rich heritage, from natural and historic treasures to artistic and architectural gems. Famous for its Loire châteaux, remarkable UNESCO World Heritage-listed buildings, the Touraine area also offers visitors outstanding gardens, beautiful typical villages and towns and cities of Art and History.


A favourite destination of the former kings of France, the Loir-et-Cher today attracts visitors from all over the world thanks to its rich historic, architectural, artistic and natural heritage. Highlights include the town of Blois and its magnificent buildings along the royal river, the famous châteaux of the Loire Valley, such as Chambord and Cheverny, the Loir Valley and its religious buildings containing magnificent murals, and the wild landscapes of the Sologne region.


Besides its varied landscapes ranging from the Loire valley to the forests of Orléans, Montargis and Sologne, and Beauce and Gâtinais plains, the Loiret offers towns with a rich heritage, such as Orléans, Beaugency and Meung-sur-Loire, magnificent châteaux, remarkable religious buildings and delightful flower-filled gardens!