Loire Gastronomic Self Guided Cycling


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    Cycle through idyllic scenery and visit the finest chateaux in France


    Start Chissay.

    Cycle along the River Cher to Château de Chenonceau; cycle on to St Ouen-les-Vignes via Amboise.

    Free day to return to Amboise; or cycle along the River Cisse to the wine capital of Vouvray.

    Cycle to Autreche; continue onto Chaumont; finish in Ouchamps.

    Free day to visit the chateau at Cheverny. Alternatively, cycle to Chateau de Chambord.

    Cycle via Fougeres-sur-Bievre and along the River Cher to Montrichard; then ride onto Château de Chissay for a well-earned dip in the pool!

    End Chissay.

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    This is an incredibly relaxed self-guided itinerary, ideal for those who enjoy their food and wine as much as culture and cycling. The distances are kept short, with optional cycling days built in so you have plenty of time to explore the many fabulous châteaux, enjoy long lazy lunches or a lengthy stop at a vineyard. If this isn't enough to tempt you, the setting is beautiful, with rides along the pretty river banks that meander through the countryside. To top it off our hotels are superb and your evening meals will be a highlight!


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    Duration: 7 Days
    Starts in: France
    Group Size: 1

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