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Luynes stands in the heart of the Loire Valley, inscribed by UNESCO within the World Heritage listing. Endowed with a rich historical past, many parts of the town reflect one specific period. The remains of a roman aqueduct, the castle built from the 12th century to the 17th century, the priory, the inn, the covered market from the 15th century and diverse houses dating back from the 16th and 17th centuries can still be admired. For those who are looking for calm and love nature, there are many paths troughout the country. A first class camping, in a quiet area, welcomes the tourists who wish to stay a while in the Loire Valley so as to discover all its wonders. The Tourist Office offers a large choice of leaflets and documents which can help you to program your journey. The twin-town of Luynes in England is Buntingford.
The Castle - Luynes, a diversiful castle. The castle (XIIth) proudly looks down on the Loire Valley and the historic city of Luynes, to remind its troubled mediaeval past. But an elegant and warm familial residence (XVth-XVIIth) is hidden behind the impressive difensive wall. At this place, many kings as Louis XI and Louis XIII were invited for huntings and receptions by the well-known owners: Maillé, chamberlain, Luynes, the favourite, became the first Duc of Luynes. More recently, the Queenmother and Prince Charles have come and admired this lovely residence. Now, it's your turn to descover this exceptional château where are harmoniously combined.
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