Castle activities

Château d’Artigny features a heated outdoor swimming pool in summer, tennis court, table tennis and bicycle rental. The 25-hectare private park and formal garden are also open to visitors. The spa offers access to a sauna, hammam and jacuzzi.

Outdoor swimming pool


Mountain bikes

Tennis courts

Walk in the park

Panoramic terrace

The Bar

The restaurant

History of the castle

Leisure activities

During your stay at Château d’Artigny, you can take advantage of the many means of transport available to make the most of the Touraine Val de Loire region.

Electric scooters

Electric bike rental

Hot-air balloon flight

Visit the Loire Valley Châteaux (French)

Indre and Loire by bike

tourism map

Touraine is a French region that offers visitors an exceptional historical, architectural and natural heritage. The Loire and its tributaries have shaped its landscapes and made it a rich land. From the monumental Loire Valley to the luminous countryside, from vineyards to charming villages, each area has its own identity. The region’s jewels are the historic towns and châteaux of Tours, Amboise, Chenonceau, Villandry, Azay-le-Rideau and Langeais.

Tours and its historic city center are just 30 minutes away. Discover the local vineyards and wine cellars: Vouvray, Chinon, Bourgueil… 30/40 minutes away.

Château d'Artigny & Spa
92 Rue de Monts, 37250 Montbazon 0247343030
Forteresse Royale de Chinon
Fortress overlooking the town, built by Henry II of England, home to Joan of Arc and the Knights Templar.
Chenonceau castle
Remarkable 16th-century château built on the river, with collections of tapestries and paintings by masters.
The gardens & château of Villandry
Restored Renaissance palace with formal gardens, labyrinth and temporary art exhibitions.
Chambord Castle
Huge 16th-century royal palace surrounded by a moat with towers and domes.
Château Royal d'Amboise
Château gothique et Renaissance du XVe siècle, pièces décorées de tapisseries et terrasse panoramique.
Langeais Castle
Fortress rebuilt in 1465, with tours of 16 rooms featuring period furniture, frescoes and tapestries.
Azay-le-Rideau castle
Château d’Azay-le-Rideau 37190 AZAY-LE-RIDEAU
Montrésor Castle
Château Gaillard Royal Estate
Built in Amboise by the young King Charles VIII in 1496, close to the court, the royal estate of Château Gaillard was the site of the first Renaissance gardens in France, on the initiative of Dom Pacello de Mercogliano. 99 avenue Léonard de VInci 37400 AMBOISE
The wines of the Vouvray appellation, made from the Chenin grape variety, can be vinified as sparkling wines or as still, dry, soft (demi-sec) or sweet wines, depending on the quantity of natural sugars harvested.
Chinon contains something that other wines don't have. The humanism initiated by Rabelais, the ingredient that binds all the others together. To open a bottle of Chinon is to drink a "Vin loyal à Rabelais", the very essence of the appellation!
Bourgueil is an appellation d'origine contrôlée wine produced around Bourgueil, in the Indre-et-Loire region. The vineyards cover 1,400 hectares, with Cabernet Franc N and Cabernet Sauvignon N grape varieties.
Traditional boat trip
Traditional boat trip on the Vienne and Loire rivers Cale de l'Ormeau below the Collegiate Church 37500 CANDES-SAINT-MARTIN
Traditional Valchantray boat trips
9 chemin des Dames 37270 ATHEE-SUR-CHER
Perraudière Park
Perraudière Park Parc de la Perraudière was designed at the end of the 19th century. Its 5 hectares make it the city's largest park, offering superb views over the Loire and the city of Tours. 37540 SAINT-CYR-SUR-LOIRE
Museum of Fine Arts and its garden
18 place François-Sicard 37000 TOURS
Saint-Gatien Cathedral
1 rue Racine 37000 TOURS
Confiserie Hallard
Sweets / Confectionery Chocolate 62 TER avenue aristide briand 37600 LOCHES