The region itself takes its name from its location at the mouth of the river Loire, where it is wonderfully situated near to the Atlantic Ocean, where it boasts a 300km long coastline and some of the most beautiful beaches. The Loire river is the longest in France, and all alongside it you will find many interesting cities to visit during your stay in Loire Valley holiday rentals, with various types of holiday rental property available to rent here. The capital of the Anjou region is the town of Angers where you will find the famous Formula One track. The Loire Valley is home to a very historical landscape filled with fascinating chateaux which all hold a colourful history.
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There are also plenty of vineyards to visit during your stay in Loire Valley accommodation, where you can sample the local wines of the region. Of course you will also find some delicious French culinary delicacies to try which is far more the art form than simply food. And you can even take them with you to your self catering Loire Valley holiday rentals. The art of gardening is also very important in the region of Loire Valley and it has achieved international recognition and appreciation for its gardens and open spaces. You can rent your fantastic holiday cottage in this beautiful seaside resort and travel around the region to discover the full sights and monuments that this culturally rich region has to offer. Loire Valley accommodation is always a good starting point for any activity. There are many beautiful gardens to visit on your holidays here which must be experienced first hand as words will not do the beautiful view of nature justice. Book Loire Valley holiday rentals and travel around the region, for example to the Sarthe department to really make the most of your Loire Valley holiday. During your stay in here you can also travel to the neighbouring region of Centre Val de Loire and see the numerous castles in the nearby towns of Tours and Amboise in Indre-et-Loire, such as the chateau of Clos Luce, the last residence of Leonardo da Vinci.