Sologne ... Its landscapes of moors, heather, ponds and rivers cradled by the early morning mist, its undergrowth flooded with beautiful light, its villages of character with red brick houses, its churches with its awning ... This exceptional natural setting is a true paradise for lovers of hunting, fishing and above all nature with no less than 1500 km of marked trails.
Well known to the kings of France, the Loire Valley is prestigiously illustrated with its numerous castles and their remarkable gardens, among them: Chambord and its 365 chimneys - the most visited, Cheverny magnificently furnished, Blois and its monumental staircase, Chenonceau posing majestically on the banks of the Cher, Chaumont-sur-Loire and its unique panorama on the royal river or Valençay, true jewels of the Renaissance ....
?In addition to the “Greats”, take the time to discover the Château de Troussay, an architectural jewel in its lush green setting among the vineyards, or even the medieval-looking Château de Chémery surrounded by its moats ...
In another register, an essential place to discover with the family, the Beauval Zoo-park in Saint-Aignan, ranked among the 5 most beautiful zoos in the world with its 10,000 animals, some of which are threatened with extinction such as the tiger of Sumatra, the giant panda, the Tasmanian devil or the white rhino. Since 2020, a tropical dome of 19 ponds and aquariums has made it possible to see more than 200 species evolve in environments as close as possible to their natural environment.
Some ideas for visits and leisure activities around Soings-en-Sologne:
- Wine Village no less than 9 winegrowers in the immediate vicinity
- The Cher valley and its charming villages
- Bourré troglodyte sites
- Controis chocolate factory and biscuit factory in Sologne at 4 km