Things to see and do - Montargis
Unmissable tourist sites
Montargis Travel guide
Montargis : Michelin's recommendations
An area for hunting and fishing, known as the “Venice of Gâtinais”. The comparison may be somewhat optimistic, although there are several canals running through the town and the peaceful banks of the Briare Canal are a pleasant place for a stroll. With the ruins of its old castle, a museum dedicated to local painter Anne-Louis Girodet, its wash houses and renovated Tanners’ quarter, the town (famous for its pralines) has much to offer visitors.
Tourist attractions Montargis : Things to see and do
r. Raymond-Laforge F - 45200 Montargis
From two successive bridges, a view of two canals, with old houses and wash houses standing at the water's edge, while small boats planted with flowers move gently to and fro: the serenity of Montargis.
bd Durzy F - 45200 Montargis
At the end is an elegant metal footbridge offering a pleasant view of the two locks.
bd Belles-Manières F - 45200 Montargis
The houses were built on the site of the razed towers of the town's old rampart and are bordered by a narrow canal.
2, Place Victor Hugo F - 45200 MONTARGIS
The ibis Montargis hotel and its 1900s retro style La Brasserie de la Poste restaurant welcome you to the heart of Montargis, the Venice of Gâtinais, and the nearby Chateaux of the Loire. The hotel is ideally located at the entrance to Rue Dorée and ..
2, rue Gudin. F - 45200 MONTARGIS
"Just 1 hour from Paris, via the A6 motorway to the sunshine in the south, come and discover Montargis, a town with over 100 bridges and affectionately known as the ""Venice of the Gatinais region"". Our hotel, located right ..
54 Place De La Republique F - 45200 Montargis
Located next to Lake Closiers, Hotel de France lies near the historic centre of Montargis. It offers soundproofed accommodation with air conditioning and a flat-screen TV. The spacious guest rooms at the Hotel De France are individually decorated an..
6 r. du Dévidet F - Montargis
There's nothing restrained about the portions served in this restaurant, which is named after the Dominican order of nuns. Fish and seafood take pride of place on the menu - roast lobster is one of the chef's specialities.
22 r. Jean-Jaurès F - 45200 Montargis
Behind a pretty white façade, is a 1930s counter, and beyond that is the dining rooms in either contemporary or chic bistro-style. Traditional cuisine using the finest produce.
74 av. du Gén. -de-Gaulle F - 45200 Montargis
Despite its name, La Gloire ("Glory") is not at all ostentatious; a warm welcome and a light, bright restaurant with lots of flowers await you. In the kitchen, the chef puts a subtle and generous new spin on culinary tradition, as you can s..
chemin des Bois F - 45210 Montargis
57 r. Jean-Jaurès F - 45200 Montargis
A family ambience characterises the small welcoming dining rooms (exposed beams, pale hues) and a conservatory-style veranda. Traditional gourmet cuisine.