Between the Loire and the hillside, you will appreciate this old town and its romantic château, where fortress and manor-house gracefully join together. Made famous by Alexandre Dumas and situated right at the confluence of the Loire and the Vienne (at the heart of the Loire-Anjou-Touraine regional nature reserve), Montsoreau has always been a major stopping place for river traffic. When exploring the town centre, you will notice a number of troglodyte dwellings, old mariners’ houses, windmills, the Sénéchaussée palace, its churches, and the Fontaine well. Visits on foot, on horseback or by bike will take you around the village, vineyards and along the riverbanks.
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