Castles in the Loire Valley

Published in The Globe and Mail | By Karan Smith

There’s a castle in my bike’s side-view mirror. But it’s not just any castle. It’s the castle said to have inspired the tale of Sleeping Beauty. Built against a hill in the beautiful pale tufa stone of these parts, the Château d’Ussé overlooks the Indre River and is all towers, turrets and tight winding staircases.

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See just how sweet life is here! Our Loire Châteaux Biking trip allows you to take a romantic ride through history. Slum it with Richard the Lionheart, Joan of Arc, and Leonardo da Vinci, as you stay at not one, but two châteaux. You’ll feel like royalty at every turn.

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On our Loire Valley Biking trip, we roll out the red carpet for you in the playground of French kings and queens past. Bike through the stunning countryside and take in the regal châteaux, ancient monuments and, of course, miles of verdant vines.

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