Loir et Cher is chateaux country, and in this department, the village of Cande-sur-Beuvron is a charming choice for a base while exploring the region. The Cosson River joins the Beuvron, a tributary of the Loire River, in the area outside the town. Choose your budget Cande-sur-Beuvron hotel on EasyToBook.com, then enjoy the natural riches that the chateaux of the area present to the visitor.
The Chateau de Blois is a royal palace that was the home of many French kings, as well as the site where Joan d’Arc was blessed before going to war. It was built in stages from the 13th to the 17th centuries, and today is most admired for its stunning spiral staircase. The Chateau Chambord is possibly the most recognized French chateau because of its distinctive French Renaissance architecture, its sheer size, and the fact that it was built by King Francois I. The Chateau de Chaumont dates from the 10th century, but was rebuilt in the late 15th century after being completely destroyed by fire in 1465. The Chateau de Cheverny is also in the region, and was built in the late 1620s.
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