Once the border between County Vendome to the English (Protestant) and the County of Blois in the hands of the French (Catholic), Landes-le-Gaulois was the center of bloody religious wars. Neither of its two castles there and survived one of its churches remained standing, with its frescoes and a crypt.
Its 12th century church.
Two magnificent dolmen.
EVENTS AND CELEBRATIONS
In early July held its annual flea market.
Landes-le-Gaulois celebrates the feast of Saint-Gilles every last weekend of August.
ATTRACTIONS, LEISURES AND ACTIVITES AROUND
The Priory Orchaise, 8 km, with its botanical gardens, its celebration of the end of April peony and the rose festival in July.
Nature Reserve and Grand-Pierre Vitain, 8 km, offers a fitness trail in the wilderness, away from pollution of cities.