Sologne is a top place for landscapes that offers many opportunities to rejuvenate in the middle of nature. It is also a hiking ground. There is no less than 240 kilometers of walkable hiking trails at the Portes de Sologne that you will enjoy on foot, on a bike or on horseback.
Our hikes are spread over our 7 towns. Thus, 17 hiking loops, ranging from 3.9km to 52.1km, will delight lovers of hikes or of the simple Sunday walk. Visit the Tourist Information Center of the Portes de Sologne in Ferté-Saint-Aubin to get the booklets.
These loops bring together all the different landscapes of Sologne: forests, plains and ponds and are accessible to all, one trail being dedicated to PRMs (People with Reduced Mobility).
On out paths, meet wild animals such as deer, wild boars, hares, etc. You must be careful when facing these animals while knowing how to appreciate seeing them.
Also discover a remarkable and typical architectural heritage through many private castles made of bricks, always in a green scenery. The Castle of Bon Hôtel, more commonly known as "Le Petit Chambord", is the only castle not made of bricks.
Walk alone or with one of our nature experts. Learn more about the wildlife with Sylvain Devillard d'Aballo, or with Laurent Letuillier and his company E.cycle en Sologne and discover Sologne by VAE (Electric Bikes) or with Charlotte Gapsaretti of Un Beau Dimanche and discover the edible endemic plants of Sologne and learn how to enjoy it throughout the year.
So… get your walking shoes on !