Château du Plessis-Bourré
Formerly this area was called Plessis-le-Vent. It was bought by Jean Bourré , Grand Treasurer of King Louis XI , who gave his name in 1462 …The castle was built at the direction of Jean Bourré in just 5 years from 1468 to 1473 , a remarkable achievement for the time. Even today it remains as it was built in the fifteenth century.
Les Gites du Layon
Lease Anjou cottage in Doué-la-Fontaine 49 Maine-et-Loire. Near our hostings, you can visted the Loire castle : Chenonceau, Amboise, Clos Lucée, Saumur castle, Angers, Unusual tourist places, troglos, the Layon and Val de Loire vineyards (appellations renommées : Saumur wine, Champigny, Puy-notre dame,Saumur wine, Bourgueil etc…), thematic amusement parks : Puy-du-Fou, the Futuroscope, etc… Welcome to Anjou !