Château de l'Islette
9 Route de Langeais, 37190 Azay-le-Rideau, France
About Château de l'Islette
The Renaissance castle, surrounded by the arms of the Indre, recalls that of Azay-le-Rideau, its neighbor. Two brothers, we often say ... Today it is the home of the current owners who have the pleasure of sharing their home, showing the rooms currently inhabited and thus the development of a castle in the 21st century.
Attractions near Château de l'Islette
A beautiful castle which was built in the Loire valley is one of the loveliest and most visited chateaus of the Loire Valley. It was built on an island in the river Indre. One of the gorgeous building in this area which is surrounded by beautiful gardens and also The interior of the castle is truly wonderful. It is one of the must-visit places in this area.
Maurice Dufresne Museum houses an authentic and impressive collection of old vehicles, cars, cycles, planes, trucks, motorcycles, tractors, agricultural machinery or military, vintage posters, and unusual period objects, true retro-mechanical heritage from the 1850s to the 1950s. Nearly 3 hours of visit, a journey through time, family, and inter-generational, to discover more than 3000 exceptional pieces and for many of them, unique in the world.
The eighth longest explored cave in the world and the second deepest cave in the United states and It is most famous for its unusual geology, rare formations, and pristine condition. ess to the cave is limited to approved scientific researchers, survey and exploration teams, and National Park Service management-related trips.
One of the beautiful castle which is in the center of a busy street. A powerful building with its drawbridge and its towers with their machicolations. Château of Langeais and its park Rebuilt in the 15th century by Louis XI, the castle of Langeais is one of the oldest Loire Valley chateaux. Its architecture illustrates the transition between two styles. One of the beautifully constructed building and has a lot of historical importance.
The Château de Saché is a writer's house museum located in a home built from the converted remains of a feudal castle which was Located in Saché. it is where French writer Honoré de Balzac wrote many of his novels in the series La Comédie Humaine in which he attempted to reflect every aspect of French society at that time. Since 1951, the château has been open as an evocative museum dedicated to Balzac.
The Chateau of Villandry is the last of the great chateaux of the Loire built during the Renaissance in the Loire Valley. With its unique furnishings, décor and atmosphere, the Château de Villandry is a living testimony of French heritage. Villandry and its gardens are probably one of the most family orientated chateau within the Loire Valley in that it has a children’s maze and a beautiful play area and a beautiful garden.
Where is Château de l'Islette
Discover more attractions in Centre-Val de Loire, where Château de l'Islette is located
The Centre-Val de Loire is a large inland region of central France located in the south-west of the French capital Paris. The region is known for its fine historical towns, for its vineyards and agricultural produce, and for its many beautiful castles.