Maisons en briques à Sennely, village de Sologne © Jean PUYO

Historical and cultural heritage

South of Orleans, our territory marks the northern entrance to Sologne, where nature and history combine in harmony. Our seven towns reflect our beautiful Sologne region: its remarkable churches, a national necropolis, heritage of the Second World War.


Discover the town of Ardon spread over more than 5,300 hectares, a true entryway to Sologne, with its many natural, historical and leisure resources. You will love it all year long!

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Lavoir ancien à Ardon, village de Sologne © Jean PUYO


Come and visit Jouy-le-Potier, a pottery village at the Portes de Sologne, with a well-defined natural and architectural heritage!

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Bonde d'étang de Jouy-le-Potier, village de Sologne © Jean PUYO

La Ferté Saint-Aubin

La Ferté-Saint-Aubin is a very attractive city for tourists. It has everything welcome and satisfy everyone!

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Château de La Ferté Saint-Aubin, village de Sologne © Jean PUYO


Visit a town with typical characteristics of Sologne: in the middle of the forest, ponds, moors, and heather, adorned with brick colors here and there. A place which perfectly combines natural and historical heritage!

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Ligny-le-Ribault, village de Sologne © Jean PUYO


Marcilly-en-Villette is a town offering wooded landscapes, agricultural land, moors, and ponds. Its architectural heritage along with this diversity offer the visitor an authentic and preserved environment.

Its recent label “Loir’étape” is an additional asset, proof of this village’s attractiveness!

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Maisons en briques de Marcilly-en-Villette, village de Sologne © Jean PUYO


Lovers of unspoiled nature, go to Ménestreau-en-Villette, a true natural setting … but not only!

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Eglise de Menestreau-en-Villette, village de Sologne © Jean PUYO


A true village of character, Sennely is almost entirely covered by forest, crossed by the Cosson and crisscrossed by hiking trails. Need a break? Sink into this captivating green setting!

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Eglise de Sennely, village de Sologne © Jean PUYO