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Marvel at the Venice of Gâtinais, as you stroll over canal bridges and along the cobblestone alleys from the Middle Ages.

A network of charming canals and the Loing River run through Montargis, a rural town beside a forest. It is known for its history relating to the Hundred Years’ War. Explore the medieval structures and ruins of the downtown area to learn about the city’s past.

The area is perhaps best known for the rustic Montargis Forest in its northeastern outskirts. It contains 10,100 acres (4,100 hectares) of picturesque terrain, primarily composed of oak, birch, beech and pine trees. Cycle over the leaf-strewn paths to reach its center, with a clearing for a small church and town hall of the Paucourt village.

Camp at one of the sites between Montargis and the forest. Amble along the Loing River and capture photos of the pretty countryside. Reach the town center to appreciate its medieval setting. View the more than 100 bridges stretching over the connecting waterways. Enjoy a meal at a restaurant overlooking the canals with flowers in full bloom in spring and summer.

Beside the water, admire the half-timbered houses dating back many centuries. Visit the Montargis Castle, standing proudly on a hill. The stone ruins date back to the 14th century and still include its towers, defensive walls and gardens. See the Church of St. Mary-Magdalene, with some parts that date back to the 1100s. Follow the story in the stained-glass windows, which portray a conversion of Chinese people to Christianity.

Look at the 15th-century town hall and visit the Girodet Museum for its neoclassical paintings from the 1600s.

This part of north-central France has cold winters and warm, pleasant summers. When talking about the region, locals refer to the archaic province of Gâtinais, which once covered northeastern Loiret.

Find Montargis about 75 miles (125 kilometers) south of Paris and the nearest major airport. Montargis is just east of Orléans in the Loiret Department. Get around the town and its pleasant surroundings on bike. Spend your time in Montargis crossing charming bridges and listening to the quiet sounds of the water of the canals.

Accommodation in Montargis

If you are tracking down accommodation in Montargis itself, you'll find that the list of available places is limited.

Montargis lodging options include the Hôtel de France and Hotel Central Montargis.


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