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De la Daguenière à Bouchemaine
De la Daguenière à Bouchemaine
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La Daguenière – Bouchemaine Val de Loire

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On this journey, you’ll travel alongside the Loire, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, taking full advantage of the quiet La Levée de Belle Poule road as far as the gateway to the old port town of Ponts-de-Cé. Next, head for the Fleur de Loire - Sainte-Gemmes-sur-Loire - where you’ll discover its tourist facilities, and continue as far as the confluence at Bouchemaine.

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Bouchemaine and La Pointe

Oriented, as it has been for hundreds of years, towards the river and its tributary, Bouchemaine - with its town on the banks of the Maine and its village at the Pointe - has been a popular fresh-air destination for Angevins since the last century.

De la Daguenière à Bouchemaine : jardin

The Gardens of Saint-Gemmes sur Loire

A visit to Sainte-Gemmes-sur-Loire will take you on a journey in the course of which all your senses will be awakened. Aromatic plants, flowers, both delicate and more robust, this little village has two parks – at the Presbytère and the Méditerranéen, and each is a veritable floral treasure-chest.

Ponts-de-Cé …according to legend

Ponts-de-Cé was built by Julius Caesar. The town, which is split in two by the Loire, had a great many bridges to facilitate transport. Someone wanted to name it "Les Ponts de César" (Caesar's Bridges). But Caesar prevented him from doing so, and chopped off his head just as he was forming the "S"!

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Information on the route

Distance : 15 km

Way type : green way, mainly, cycle lane

Departure : La Daguenière (Church)

Arrival : Hôtel de ville de Bouchemaine (Quai de la Noë)

Practical informations : Easy route

To go further :

Tourist Office de Angers Loire Tourisme

7 place Kennedy – BP 15157 - 49051 Angers cedex 02

Tel : 02 41 23 50 00

Fax: 02 41 23 50 09

accueil@angersloiretourisme.com

www.angersloiretourisme.com

Approximate time : 1 hr 10 min

Please note: All the practical information about this route...

Information on the route

Distance : 15 km

Way type : green way, mainly, cycle lane

Departure : La Daguenière (Church)

Arrival : Hôtel de ville de Bouchemaine (Quai de la Noë)

Practical informations : Easy route

To go further :

Tourist Office de Angers Loire Tourisme

7 place Kennedy – BP 15157 - 49051 Angers cedex 02

Tel : 02 41 23 50 00

Fax: 02 41 23 50 09

accueil@angersloiretourisme.com

www.angersloiretourisme.com

Approximate time : 1 hr 10 min

Do not miss…

Do not miss

Angers_Bouchemaine

Bouchemaine and La Pointe

Oriented, as it has been for hundreds of years, towards the river and its tributary, Bouchemaine - with its town on the banks of the Maine and its village at the Pointe - has been a popular fresh-air destination for Angevins since the last century.

De la Daguenière à Bouchemaine : jardin

The Gardens of Saint-Gemmes sur Loire

A visit to Sainte-Gemmes-sur-Loire will take you on a journey in the course of which all your senses will be awakened. Aromatic plants, flowers, both delicate and more robust, this little village has two parks – at the Presbytère and the Méditerranéen, and each is a veritable floral treasure-chest.

Ponts-de-Cé …according to legend

Ponts-de-Cé was built by Julius Caesar. The town, which is split in two by the Loire, had a great many bridges to facilitate transport. Someone wanted to name it "Les Ponts de César" (Caesar's Bridges). But Caesar prevented him from doing so, and chopped off his head just as he was forming the "S"!




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