The BIOPARC Doué la Fontaine is the only troglodyte zoo in the world, making it an extremely unique site to see. The BIOPARC Doué la Fontaine is the only troglodyte zoo in the world, making it an extremely unique site to see. The zoo is located in former quarries in Anjou. With over 1000 animals living in such a natural setting with lush vegetation and waterfalls, the Bioparc is definitely worth the visit. Due to the troglodyte setting, the Parc is naturally air-conditioned, making it still pleasant to visit in the summer.
La Fléche Zoo is France's first private zoo, originally founded in 1946, and is one of the top 5 zoos in France. The Zoo has 1500 animals representing 160 different species, as well as more than 800 plant species. It is committed to four key missions: public education, entertainment through innovative and meaningful activities for animals, species conservation, and in situ and ex situ research.
A theme park dedicated to the natural world with all sorts of experiences for everyone - easy to spend a full day enjoying everything on offer. Good fun for children if the weather is good as its all outdoors.
Consistently voted France’s No 1 tourist attraction and you may not have even heard of it! It’s a theme park, but not with rides but with a series of outdoor shows set around a huge park. The scale is mind-blowing, Gladiators, Vikings, The Dance of the Birds. It is hard to explain except that it’s worth the journey. Just plan carefully as it’s a full-day visit.
Futurescope is the only one of its kind in Europe, and this has made it one of France’s most popular amusement parks attracting more than 50 million visitors since it opened. Located in 60 hectares of countryside, the theme park is dedicated to audiovisual media, the cinema and the future. From 3D rides to live shows and plenty of outdoor actives, it has something for everyone.
Avoid the tourist crowds and join us for a uniquely personal approach to Loire Valley cycle tours. Our cycling holidays are suitable for all types and levels of cyclist and if you love cycling (and eating!) you’ll love our part of France. Put your trust in Loire Valley experts.