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Ghislaine Milon
Lieu-dit Les Landes



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Holiday Home 6 150 320 5


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  • Château de Senonches: Located in the heart of Senonches, this medieval castle is a major tourist attraction. Visitors can explore the historic rooms, admire the impressive architecture, and enjoy the beautiful surrounding parkland.
  • Perche Regional Natural Park: Situated near Senonches, this vast natural park is known for its stunning landscapes, rolling hills, and picturesque villages. It offers various outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and birdwatching, making it a perfect destination for nature lovers.
  • Chartres Cathedral: Located in the nearby city of Chartres, this magnificent Gothic cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Known for its stunning stained glass windows and intricate architectural details, it is a must-visit for art and history enthusiasts.
  • La Maison Picassiette: Situated in Chartres, this unique mosaic house is a testament to one man's creativity and passion. Decorated entirely with broken pieces of glass, ceramics, and found objects, it is a visually striking attraction that showcases the artistic spirit.
  • Château de Maintenon: Found in the town of Maintenon, this elegant castle dates back to the 13th century and was later renovated by Madame de Maintenon, the second wife of Louis XIV. Visitors can explore the castle's luxurious interiors and stroll through its extensive gardens.
  • Dreux Royal Chapel: Located in Dreux, this neo-Gothic chapel is the final resting place of several members of the French royal family. Its stunning architecture and beautiful stained glass windows make it a fascinating historical and cultural landmark.
  • The Museum of Fine Arts and Natural History in Chartres: This museum showcases a diverse collection of artwork, including paintings, sculptures, and decorative arts, as well as natural history exhibits. It offers visitors a chance to explore the region's artistic and natural heritage.
  • The Gardens of the Château d'Anet: Situated in Anet, these Renaissance gardens were designed by landscape architect Claude Mollet. Visitors can marvel at the geometrically arranged flower beds, terraces, and fountains, reflecting the grandeur of the 16th-century château.
  • The International Stained Glass Center in Chartres: This center is dedicated to the art of stained glass and offers exhibitions, workshops, and demonstrations. It provides a unique opportunity to learn about the craft and history of this ancient art form. 10. The Forest of Senonches: Surrounding the town of Senonches, this vast forest is perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and horseback riding. With its diverse flora and fauna, it offers a peaceful and scenic retreat for nature enthusiasts.