Chambord has opened new footpaths leading into the part of the park previously closed to the public. Visitors can now enjoy 1,000 hectares of woodland, paths, meadows and moorland through the largest walled park in Europe. The new Grande Promenade circuit takes visitors on a loop around the château, offering unparalleled views of the monument and unique natural areas.
The Chambord park is criss-crossed by around 6 kilometres of “La Loire à Vélo” cycle route, as well as three “châteaux à vélo” loops. In total, the estate has more than 25 kilometres of cycle paths.
Cycle parking is located in front of the main entrance and close to the P0 visitor car park.
The Domaine National de Chambord has been awarded the “La Loire à Vélo” and “Accueil Vélo” labels.
Get away from it all on the 500km of itineraries, divided into 15 loops of between 10 and 43km, specially signposted for you. Connected to the Loire à Vélo, Les Châteaux à Vélo gives you the freedom to discover the Sologne, wine and Loire landscapes, picturesque villages and the Loire’s greatest châteaux: Chambord, Blois, Cheverny and Chaumont-sur-Loire, as well as more intimate estates such as Beauregard, Troussay and Villesavin, at any age and at your own pace, on footpaths, low-traffic roads or cycle paths.