The commune of Châteaudun, in the south of Eure-et-Loir, sits upon the banks of a charming river, the Loir, a tributary of the Sarthe. Its surroundings are at once made up of town, countryside and forest. Its historic quarter is home to an impressive 13th century castle built upon a rocky outcrop which dominates the valley and offers a magnificent viewpoint of the valley itself and its woods. It's also home to a rare and spectacular geological site, the Caves of Foulon. Book your hotel in Chateaudun to explore this region !
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