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Equestrian show – Chambord

At Chambord, from May to September, the Maréchal de Saxe stables are the setting for a superb equestrian show. A succession of living scenes and equestrian acts in period costume, evoking the nobility of the horses, academic dressage and the feats of circus acts, reviving the traditions of French horsemanship from the Renaissance with today’s equestrian art.
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Max Vauché Chocolaterie– Bracieux

It is here in Bracieux, at the heart of Sologne between Chambord and Cheverny, that Max Vauché, master-chocolate maker will show you "a whole universe of chocolate", its origins, its culture, and the different steps in its transformation. A real return to the source to discover your senses... This unique place is devoted to all chocolate lovers and to those who would like to understand and appreciate the way it is made and how to properly taste it.
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The châteaux region by bike

Between the Loire and Sologne, evade along the Châteaux à Vélo (bike) itineraries. Over 300 km of cycling routes, tracks or small lanes have been thought out, signposted, and made safe for you. From ages 7 to 77, at your own rhythm and following your own whims, take a bike ride and discover the châteaux of Chambord or Cheverny of course, but don't forget the Loire-Valley villages along the way. At your disposal, there are 11 circuits of between 8 and 32 km. These routes are designed for the family and accessible to all. To help you on your way, ask for the free Châteaux à Vélo map and download audio commentaries.
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Château of Villesavin – Tour-en-Sologne

This residence belonged to Jean le Breton, a secretary of finance to François I and a superintendent of construction work at Chambord. The Château of Villesavin was built by the architects already at work on Chambord. You will admire the dovecote with a revolving ladder, before moving on to see the collection of costumes and objects evoking the history of marriage since 1840. In the park, children will use games and enigma to search for the identity of the ghost which haunts Villesavin!
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Roquelin gardens – Meung-sur-Loire

This is a garden which may bring back memories of your grandmother’s garden, perfectly in keeping with the traditions in the Loire Valley with roses everywhere. They occupy the garden (even invade it), old roses to the most recent varieties with their enchanting names: Yolande d'Aragon, Cuisse de Nymphe, Guirlande d'Amour or Aimable Amie. There are also roses which the owner cultivates. You may see them opening up in the nursery and then the favourites being carried off for the garden.
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Notre-Dame Basilica of Cléry-Saint-André

Just a few kilometres from the borders of the Loire, the Notre-Dame Basilica of Cléry-Saint-André boasts its eloquent silhouette of the flamboyant gothic style of the 15th century. As a pilgrimage site dedicated to Notre Dame, the basilica was constructed at the same place where a statue of the Virgin Mary was discovered in the year 1280. The basilica received much favour from the kings of France, and Louis XI chose to be buried there.
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