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AGRICULTURE AND TOURISM IN THE LOIRE VALLEY

Visit the Loire Valley during an agritourism or green tourism stay! The Loire Valley is proud of its agriculture and there are many opportunities for you to discover it, such as tasting activities, meeting local producers, discovering local know-how, visiting or spending a night on a farm... You’ll be spoilt for choice!   

Les jardins de la mer, an eco-responsible farm  

At the tip of Le Croisic, Valérie and Jean-Marie collect and cook edible seaweed on their ecoresponsible marine farm. Their specialities? Fresh seaweed tartar or, more unusual still, nougat and little seaweed shortbreads. For the curious-minded, their doors are regularly open to offer introductory workshops on picking and cooking this unusual product. Take the opportunity to learn more about these mysterious plants and their culinary properties!     

A night in the trees at Brin de chevrette  

In the countryside near Ancenis, Marie and Patrice welcome nature lovers in search of a change of scenery on their alpine goat farm.   
After spending the night in a hut suspended between the oak trees, visitors can watch the milking and get a taste of daily life on the farm.     

Brin de laine brin de paille, guest rooms and alpacas 

Farmers and breeders who are passionate about their work, David and Pascale offer three guest rooms in their tastefully restored 1810 farmhouse. Stay in a relaxing, authentic setting surrounded by alpacas, angora goats and sheep in the Torfu countryside in Anjou. In the evening, share a unique and friendly traditional dinner with your hosts (booking required). You can also take the opportunity to ask the couple more about traditional weaving!   

Camping du Bois Madame, a true nature break 

Just 7 kilometres from the Loire in the Regional Nature Park of Loire-Anjou-Touraine, spend a peaceful couple of nights in a verdant setting at Camping à la ferme run by the Gauthier family. Meet their ponies and draft horses who might even become your travelling companions...  
The little extra during your stay? Horse-drawn carriage trips for a truly slow holiday!