The Château of Langeais is located in the Centre Val de Loire region, on the border between Anjou and Touraine. The Château of Langeais presents two exceptional châteaux: the Foulques Nerra Tower and the Château of Louis XI. The former has the particularity of being the oldest keep in France whereas the latter has two different facades - feudal on the town side and Renaissance-inspired on the courtyard side.
A key monument for the history of France
Discover the daily life of an important lord of the Middle Ages at the ChÂteau of Langeais. A reconstruction using life-like wax figures will help you relive the historic union that took place within these walls.
The Château of Langeais proposes a walk in the gardens, recalling flower beds of the Middle Ages, and the discovery of the park. Among cedars and sequoias, a unique panorama opens up from the belvedere over the Loire valley.