Monday, 23 August 2021

Do You Want to Walk in Rural France?

Are you reasonably fit and active and can walk 10 kilometres in a morning? Would you rather have a half day walking along a river bank, along a valley then up the valley sides learning about World War II history, seeing a tower built by Richard the Lionheart, a picturesque church and some troglodyte caves than spending hours in a chateau looking a rich people's furniture? Let us know and we will take you to see Saint Rémy sur Creuse. I hope you are ready to do a bit of steep climbing (but not too much...). Or we can walk through the vineyards and troglodyte caves at Souzay-Champigny. It's your choice.

Church, Saint Remy sur Creuse, Vienne, France. Photo by Loire Valley Time Travel.
This church can be reached by a lovely walk along the river and up on to the plateau beyond.

To enquire about our private guided tours of chateaux, wineries, markets and more email us or use our contact form. More tour ideas can be found on the Loire Valley Time Travel website. If you would like an idea of how your tour might look and sound, please check out our YouTube channel.