Map position of Parc du château de Beauregard
You can find details of some of the places we suggest you visit near Parc du château de Beauregard below the map...
List of places in distance order
Distances are direct ("as the crow flies") so driving will be further!
Chateau de Blois: 7 km
One of the most impressive of the Loire castles, the Chateau de Blois is best known for its double helix renaissance staircase
Blois: 7 km
The town of Blois, with its castle, cathedral, extensive historic centre and other monuments is one of our favourite Loire Valleyt towns
Chateau de Cheverny: 7 km
Cheverny Castle is perhaps the most opulently furnished of the Loire castles, and also has very lovely gardens
Chateau de Chambord: 13 km
The largest castle in the Loire Valley, Chateau de Chambord exceeds all expectations with its grandeur - despite being built as a hunting lodge and rarely occupied!
Chateau de Chaumont: 16 km
The small village of Chaumont-sur-Loire is dominated by the Chateau de Chaumont, one of the largest Loire Valley castles and with a famous annual International Garden Festival
Domaine Royal de Château Gaillard: 32 km
The Domaine Royal de Château Gaillard in Amboise is the first Renaissance manor house in France, newly restored and surrounded by lovely gardens
Chateau de Clos Lucé at Amboise: 33 km
Beaugency: 33 km
A small town on the banks of the Loire River, Beaugency squeezes a remarkable number of interesting sights in a small space!
Chateau d'Amboise: 33 km
The Chateau d'Amboise is a castle with
Chateau de Chenonceau: 33 km
The perfectly lovely Chateau-de-Chenonceau includes a renaissance gallery across the river and gardens designed by Diane de Poitiers and Catherine de Medicis
Amboise: 34 km
Although it is the castle that attracts visitors to Amboise, you will also enjoy exploring the main square and old streets elsewhere in the small town
Vendome: 37 km
Now listed as a 'town of art and history', Vendome retains many monuments from its active past despite extensive wartime damage