In the Loire Valley du Moulin Castle so called "the Perle of Sologne"

In the Loire Valley, not far from the main castles, the "Chateau du Moulin" has been erected at the end of the XVth century by Jacques de Persigny, following the order of Philippe du Moulin who saved the  King of France Charles the VIIIth's life at the battle of Fornovo (Italy) and was ennobled on the battle field.

Hidden in the heart of the forests of Sologne, the castle is surrounded by water, where it reflects its architecture of pink bricks, white corner stones and slates covered elegant roofs.

The castle is inhabited and entirely furnished.

 

OPEN 7 days a week from

the April the 1st until September the 30th 2018

 from 10 a.m to 12:30 a.m  and  2 p.m to 6:30 p.m

 

 

 

 

Ticket rates : Castle guided tour + museum and garden

Adults : 9.50€ - reductions and groups (as from 20 pax) 8.00€ - children from 4 to 12 : 4.00€ -

from 12 to 18 7.00€ - Museum and garden 7.00€

 

Boutique, picnic tables and parking 300m to the castle.

 

30 mn  drive from Chambord, Cheverny, Blois, Valencçay and other main places of the Loire Valley, region Centre Val de Loire