Great little town to live in and sightseeing, dominated by its medieval castle (XI – XIII century) where Joan of Arc came to meet the future King Charles VII as her crown was disputed him from all sides, in a kingdom of France although diminished by conflict started since 1337, interspersed with shorter or longer truce …
Its perfection and size make this chateau a real Renaissance gem.
The Cardinal’s city, providing an outstanding example of 17th century town planning.
Château de Villandry :
Its amazing flower and vegetable garden is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful vegetable gardens of the world.
Abbaye Royale de Fontevraud :
The largest monastic center of Europe, founded in 1099.
One of the most fascinating Romanesque churches in France, with its famous 11th century frescoes.
One of the most beautiful villages of France with its Renaissance-style houses.
Where Balzac lived.
1 place d’Hofheim B.P. 141 – 37501 Chinon Cedex
Tél 02 47 93 17 85 Tous les jours de 10h à 19h
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Site : www.chinon-valdeloire.com
Ile Bouchard :
16 place Bouchard – 37220 L’Ile Bouchard
Tel 02 47 58 67 75
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Le marché médiéval à Chinon. Cette année le marché médiéval de Chinon a lieu le 6 août 2016.
Chinon : Jeanne d’Arc
- Fresh from 8h to 13h
- No food from 8h to 18h – about 100 exhibitors
Place de la Fontaine
- Every Saturday 8am to 13h fee – about 10 exhibitors
- Every Sunday 8am to 13h fee – around 10 exhibitors
Ile Bouchard : Bouchard Place
- and non-food costs from 14h to 18h – about 10 exhibitors.
Azay le Rideau : Place of former AFN
Every Wednesday from 7:30 to 13h costs – about 15 to 20 exhibitors
Republic Square – Every Saturday from 7:30 to 13h costs – about 15 to 20 exhibitors.
Sainte Maure :
Place du Maréchal Leclerc and in the aisles of the halls – Every Friday and non-food costs from 8 am to 12:15 pm – about 100 exhibitors