On your way, take the time to admire the basilica of Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire and the church of Germigny-des-Prés, one of the oldest in France, built by a close counsellor of Charlemagne.
On the edge of the Forest of Orléans, the Château of Chamerolles
was once the property of a certain Lancelot of the Lake, named in honour of the famous knight of the Round Table.
Visitors are taken on a voyage into the world of hygiene and perfume of the Middle Ages, through a magnificent collection of objects, such as a perfume cabinet and precious bottles...
Outdoors, the grounds offer an insight into the soul of the Renaissance garden.