4 days/3 nights
longer options available
Start any date between May 1 and October 31
The day rides vary from 32 to 53 km (20 to 33 miles) depending on your level of accommodation and the routes you select
Your Route Descriptions will provide information on distances and terrain and you can choose each day which ride to take
The terrain is mainly flat to moderately hilly, but there are options for rides with climbs
Classic Accommodation: US$795
Single suppl. classic: US$225
- 3 nights hotel
- All breakfasts
- Use of a top quality 21-speed hybrid bike complete with handlebar bag, pump, and all the necessary accessories for changing flats. We recommend that you bring your own helmet for safety and hygiene reasons
- Detailed route instructions and map
- Area Manager available throughout the tour
Chambord is located approximately 250 km southwest of Paris.
To reach Chambord you need to take a train to Blois and then a taxi to your accommodation.
The trip between Paris and Chambord takes less than two hours.
Arrive at your accommodation. Your bikes are waiting for you. Visit Chambord, the largest château of the Loire Valley, then pedal or stroll through the Bois de Boulogne, the surrounding forest and wildlife preserve that’s the largest enclosed forest park in Europe. Cycle and walk in the vicinity of the Chambord, enjoying the lovely forest. Length 48 km from Chambord. Our area manager will give you the bikes and a briefing for the tour.
Cycle past chateaux, chateaux and yet more châteaux! These are the true highlights of the Loire. Cycle past Chambord, Villesavin, Cheverny, Troussay and Beauregard plus other minor castles. Budget lots of time for visits too. The suggested route is 53 km.
Pedal to Beaugency, a pretty medieval town where it is possible to walk along the riverbank. Total distance from Chambord castle is 55 km.
There’s time for a ride to the beguiling town of Blois, with its narrow, hilly streets and romantic courtyards and gardens before you depart for your next adventure. The chateau at Blois is worth every minute of the trip there. It is one the most interesting and historic in the Loire valley and is worth the trip by itself. In addition, Blois is an attractive town with various museums, churches and numerous restaurants and shops. Distance is 32 km.