Poitevin Marsh waterway

Poitevin Marsh, the second largest wetland in France, is known as Green Venice, a lush green marsh you discover by punts that gently glide on man-made waterways nestled under the tree canopies

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Grande Salle des Malades in Hôpital Saint-Jean - Angers city

The city of Angers, the former capital of the Counts and Dukes of Anjou, boasts a rich historical heritage that earned it the label City of Art and History

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Ile chauvet Abbey - Romanesque sculptures

The ruined Ile Chauvet Abbey was founded in 1130 by Benedictine monks who developed and exploited the surrounding salt marshes throughout the Middle Ages

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Birds sculpture in Saint-Jean-de-Monts

Saint-Jean-de-Monts, a seaside resort on the Côte de Lumière in Vendée, renowned for its 8km long sandy beach and extensive cycle tracks

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Loire Valley - Gabare

The Loire Valley is also known as the Royal Valley because of the many chateaux the kings of the French Renaissance and their vassals built along the river

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Angers castle - Ramparts and former moats

History of Angers Castle in the Loire Valley, the chateau of the Counts and Dukes of Anjou the descendants of Fulk Nerra and Louis IX’s brother Charles I

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Cycling along the Loire River

The best cycling routes along the Loire River, a series of trails that follow the river from its spring in Auvergne downwards to its mouth in the Atlantic

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