Famous for its marshes, this rich landscape is a veritable mosaic of forests and peat bogs, ponds and valleys. To the north-west of Sologne, known as “the ponds”, you can discover the Beaumont pond, a site particularly remarkable for its biodiversity. , especially for the many species of birds that find refuge there and accompany walkers on free or accompanied walks.
For fishing, Mouet Lake offers 9 hectares of aquatic land, which will allow you to discover the different species that coexist here, thanks to educational panels. The principle of No Kill is applied there, which means that fishing is authorized as long as the catches are released, in order to preserve the population of the site.
Essentially rural territory, Sologne is dotted with small typical villages of character, such as Saint-Viâtre, Dhuizon or La Ferté-Beauharnais, in which you can discover the Sologne architecture, made of red bricks and half-timberings, as well as many paths. hiking.
A few kilometers from the Sologne des étangs, the castles of the Loire take you through history in Blois, Chenonceau or Cheverny. These three castles, among the most remarkable for their style, present at the same time a magnificent architecture, an extremely rich furniture and a set of parks and gardens particularly pleasant and representative of the art of the French garden.
Whether it is to cross its many admirably preserved natural sites, discover its typical architecture, experience history through the visit of the castles, or simply have a good time tasting the local products such as honey or goat cheese , Sologne can adapt to all tastes, for a holiday of relaxation and discovery.