Located on the banks of the Cher in the Loir-et-Cher department, Selles-sur-Cher is a small town at the intersection of Berry, Sologne and Touraine.
Selles-sur-Cher born in the sixth century on a prediction of St. Eusice to Childéric who created the town along with an abbey. Strongly affected by the wars of religion, especially with the onslaught of Protestant troops of Admiral de Coligny, the city became famous in the late 1930s by hosting more than 3,000 Spanish refugees fleeing the Franco dictatorship.
Today, the town is appreciated for its tourism activity particularly focused its culinary specialties like goat cheese PDO Selles-sur-Cher, AOC Valençay wine and goat cheese of the same name. Tourist town with a castle, Selles-sur-Cher also has an interesting architectural heritage to discover. You will find all the shops and several restaurants and a cinema.
The ZooParc Beauval is 20 minutes away by car.