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Uncover the Loire by bike as you take a bike tour from Amboise to the chateau de Chenonceau. Whether you would like to ride your bicycle on the Loire à vélo bike path, cycle across the Loire river, explore the castles of Chenonceau spanning over the Cher, Villandry and Azay-le-Rideau, or travel through vineyards and fruit orchards you can do it all in the Loire Valley. Join us on a Loire Valley bicycle tour and ride your bike on the peaceful roads of this Unesco world heritage site.
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On day 1 of your Loire Valley cycling tour, you visit the Château de Chaumont famous for its garden festival. Your cycling trip then travels amongst vineyards to the town of Amboise, a town that was once the residence of the royalty.
On day 2, your bike tour follows dedicated bike path to the Château de Chenonceau, a renaissance castle spanning over the Cher River. Take a self guided tour of the castle as you admire the 16th century tapestries. From Chenonceau head back to Amboise on one of the most famous Loire Valley cycle path for a visit of the Clos Lucé, the manor where Leonardo Da Vinci lived.
On day 3, this cycling tour travels to the Chateau de Villandry for a self-guided tour of its flower and vegetable gardens. Biking through the Loire Valley you discover one of France most beautiful villages (Crissay sur Manse). From there, our cycle route continues to the Château du Rivau (Léméré) a renaissance castle in the touraine region. This is where Joan of arc came to fetch horses during the 100 years war.
Today, as you continue cycling in the Loire Valley, you will discover the town of Chinon, its vineyards, as well as the Châteaux d’ Azay-le-Rideau and the the fairytale château d’Ussé. End the day with a wine tasting of famous Loire Valley wines.
For your last day of cycling in the Loire, you will ride on the Loire a vélo. On the way to Saumur and as you are cycling along the Loire discover the villages of Candes-St-Martin (Anjou), Montsoreau both located on the banks of the Loire River.
Touring the Loire Valley ends this this morning at the Tours train station.