Things to see and do - Loches
Loches Travel guide
Loches : Michelin's recommendations
Encompassing the best and worst of France’s history, from the gracious smile of Agnès Sorel to the horrific cages of Louis XI, Loches is an imposing military fortress that can be explored from top to bottom. Visitors must not however forget to also see the fine medieval town itself, surrounded by ramparts, before heading off to discover the mills of the Indre.
Tourist attractions Loches : Things to see and do
7 mail du Donjon F - 37600 Loches
The keep was built in the 11C by Fulk Nerra to defend the fortified town from the vulnerable south side. It is a solid square construction with two towers, the Ronde and the Martelet. Inside the keep, the floors of the three storeys have vanished, bu..
F - 37600 Loches
The natural defensive site of Loches has been exploited since at least the 6C. The counts of Anjou and Henry II of England strengthened its defences, prior to King Louis IX transforming it into a royal residence in 1249. A number of imposing medieval..
12, rue des Lezards. F - 37600 Loches
Located in a landscaped park, this Logis Luccotel overlooks Loches town centre in the Loire Valley. It features a heated indoor swimming pool, tennis and volleyball courts. Guest rooms at Hotel Luccotel are equipped a flat-screen TV and each room ha..
1 Rue des Ponts F - 37600 Loches
Ideally set on the banks of the Indre river, in the heart of an extraordinary medieval town and facing the Logis Royal, the residence is made up of former flour-mills that have been fully renovated and small contemporary buildings, built in perfect h..
39 Rue Quintefol F - 37600 Loches
Located in Loches, in a 15th-century building, Inter Hotel George Sand features individually decorated rooms with private bathroom, TV and telephone. The buffet breakfast is served every morning in the hotel's dining room. Regional specialties made ..